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Tickets now on sale

Be a part of Jamie's Game V

Tickets for the Community Sports Foundation’s (CSF) Jamie’s Game are now on sale.

The annual celebrity football match returns to Carrow Road on Sunday, May 21 (k/o 3pm), and tickets have been priced at £10 for adults, £5 for U18s, £8 for 65+ and £2 for U12s. 

Organised by CSF in conjunction with Sellebrity Soccer, the game has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds since its inception in 2013 to support disabled and disadvantaged individuals in the local community.

A provisional list of celebrities confirmed for this year’s game includes the likes of Calum Best (TV star), Dan Osborne (TOWIE), Jake Wood (TV star) and Wayne Bridge (Footballer/I’m a Celebrity) with exciting additions to the lineups to be revealed at a later date.

Tickets are available here and from the ticket offices at Carrow Road, Castle Mall and Chapelfield. Alternatively, phone on 0844 826 1902.

Watch Jamie’s Game in style

Our popular match day hospitality packages are back this year, with prices starting from as little as £35 for adults. The packages go on sale when general entries open. More details here.

Be a mascot at Jamie's Game 

Give your young family member an unforgettable day with a Jamie's Game mascot package. Priced at £129.99, the experience gives youngsters the chance to meet all of the celebrity players, walk-out with the teams and receive a host of special extras including a full Norwich City FC kit, an autograph book and a mini stadium tour. Further details can be found here

Spots for hospitality and mascot packages will be available to purchase via the Jamie's Game website from 9am on Thursday 2nd March. Please email csf.fundraising@canaries.co.uk for more information.

Story added: 01 Mar 2017

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