Fans Meeting Up Around the Globe to Watch East Anglian Derby
Saturday, 25th Feb 2017 05:28
With Sunday’s East Anglian derby at Norwich City being shown live on TV in the UK and abroad, Town fans across the country and around the globe will be meeting up in pubs and bars to cheer the Blues on as they look to defeat their greatest rivals (Sky Sports Two from 11.30am, kick-off midday).
The South West Branch of the Supporters Club will be meeting up at their new Bristol venue, the King Street Brew House, Welsh Back, Bristol BS1 4RR (Tank Room, downstairs from 11.30am).
A pre-match meet-up for breakfast from 10am is also being arranged at Wetherspoons (The Knights Templar, 1 The Square, Temple Quay, Bristol, BS1 6DG) next to Temple Meads with all welcome.
If you’re watching Sunday’s match at a pub or bar in some far-flung part of the nation or world, post it below. Please do not post links to illegal streams here or on the forum.
Meanwhile, a list of UK pubs showing the game can be found here.
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