Norwich City have sold over 20,000 season tickets for the 2018/2019 season despite a less than impressive campaign in the Sky Bet Championship this term.
The Canaries are languishing in 14th place in the league table and their hopes of a return to the English Premier League are virtually over for another year.
Despite another turbulent campaign at Carrow Road, Norwich City have revealed that over 20,000 fans have opted to renew their season tickets for new season with just a small handful having chosen not to continue their support.
The Canaries currently have the eighth highest average attendance in the Sky Bet Championship this season. Their average of 25,720 is just short of the official capacity of Carrow Road which is 27.244. The record attendance recorded at the ground in its current form is 27,137 which was recorded for an English Premier League fixture against Newcastle United in April 2016.
The club have plans to increase the stadium capacity by a further 7,000 should they secure a return to the top flight. The cost of the work would be around £20 million and has been classed as not necessary in the Sky Bet Championship.
Norwich City are now inviting applications from prospective new season ticket holders to purchase the remaining tickets between now and the start of the new campaign.