Norwich City will resume their Premier League campaign with a Friday evening clash against Southampton.

The Canaries will host the Saints in a 6pm kick-off on Friday 19 June, with the game being shown live on Sky Sports.

Norwich will then welcome Everton to Carrow Road on Wednesday June 24.

The match will be broadcast live on the BBC and will again be a 6pm kick-off.

Norwich's rearranged FA Cup quarter-final against Manchester United will be held at Carrow Road on Saturday June 27 with a 5.30pm kick-off, before they head to Arsenal for their first away game after the restart on Wednesday July 1 for another 6pm kick-off.

All matches will be staged behind closed doors.

Norwich will face Everton on June 24. Credit: PA

Norwich City's opening fixtures

  • Norwich City v Southampton - June 19, 6pm (Sky Sports)

  • Norwich City v Everton - June 24, 6pm (BBC)

  • Norwich City v Manchester United (FA Cup) - June 27, 5.30pm (BBC)

  • Arsenal v Norwich City - July 1, 6pm (BT Sport)

The Premier League was suspended in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, but players are now back in full contact training as a resumption edges ever closer.

Norwich were bottom of the league and six points adrift of safety when the campaign was stopped.

Details of each club's remaining six league fixtures will be revealed at a later date.