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Return to stadiums – a fan’s perspective in the EFL Championship

The second round of the EFL season took place over the weekend with small numbers of fans allowed into stadiums for test events  – and there were many new procedures to follow.

Gary Field, treasurer of FSA affiliates the Canaries Trust saw his Norwich City side take on Preston North End at Carrow Road on Saturday and was kind enough to pull together a video highlighting his experiences.

Gary tells us about how tickets were distributed, crowds were managed and what social distancing measures were in place – useful info for anyone wanting to see their team again in the near future.

Behind the scenes: Return to stadiums with the Canaries Trust:

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