Norwich City Football Club, also known as the Canaries, is a professional football club based in Norwich, Norfolk, England. The club was founded in 1902 and has played its home games at Carrow Road since 1935. Norwich City has a rich history, with its biggest achievement being the UEFA Cup run in the 1993-1994 season where they reached the third round. The Canaries have also won the League Cup twice, in 1962 and 1985, and have been runners-up in the FA Cup twice, in 1973 and 2019.
The club's colours are yellow and green, which are reflected in their iconic canary crest. Norwich City's nickname, the Canaries, comes from the city's historical association with canary breeding. The club has a strong community presence and is actively involved in local charity work and initiatives. With a passionate fan base and a commitment to developing young talent, Norwich City Football Club continues to make its mark on the English football scene.