Post-COVID planning for Norwich City as they prepare for the Championship

Norwich City Chief Operating Officer Ben Kensell speaking with ITV News Anglia

Norwich City hope to be considered for a test event venue to welcome fans back at Carrow Road, should government guidelines allow.

The club has reported an income shortfall of twelve million pounds because of COVID-19, and have contingencies in place for a further three million.

Despite this Chief Operating Officer Ben Kensell says the club's in a relatively healthy state, helped by partnerships with businesses plus the support of thirty-seven thousand fans through Season Ticket holders and memberships.

The club lost it's Premier League status having failed to pick up a single point when the season resumed following it's postponement due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

City also furloughed staff in the wake of COVID-19. but they're determined to avoid making redundancies as they plan ahead for their SkyBet EFL Championship campaign.

Norwich City's Chief Operating Officer Ben Kensell addressing the media on how the club is now operating in the wake of COVID-19 Credit: ITV Anglia