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Sunday 20th May, 2018
KO 2pm
Carrow Road

Norwich City is marking 25 years since the Club’s memorable 1993 UEFA Cup run with a special charity match against Inter Milan’s ‘Inter Forever’ side at Carrow Road on Sunday May 20th, 2018 – and tickets are now on sale.

City legends from the last 25 years will join players and staff from the 1993-94 squad, to take on Inter Forever, a team of former Inter Milan stars, to celebrate one of the most significant chapters in the Canaries’ history.

Norwich City will be managed by club legend Mike Walker.

The match, kindly supported by club partner Aviva, will raise funds for The Nest, our Community Sports Foundation’s exciting project to build a groundbreaking community sports facility to benefit people from all walks of life in Norwich and Norfolk.

Players for each team will be unveiled in the coming months, but the confirmed members of each squad are as follows:

  • Bryan Gunn – the City stopper made a total of 478 appearances for Norwich City, was an integral part of the teams which finished 5th, 4th and then 3rd in the top flight and also played in the 1989 FA Cup semi-final. He captained the 1993 UEFA Cup side and was player of the season twice, in 1988 and 1993.
  • Andy Marshall – A trainee with the club since the aged of 10, Marshall’s breakout moment came in December 1994, following an injury to Bryan Gunn. As first-choice backup, he was thrust into the limelight for the remainder of the Premier League campaign.
  • Scott Howie – made only two appearances for the Canaries, but was on the bench during City’s UEFA Cup run. He represented Scotland at U21 level and had a successful career for the likes of Motherwell, Reading and Bristol Rovers.
  • Mark Walton – joined Norwich City from Colchester United in 1989 after being recommended by former Colchester manager Mike Walker. Primarily the understudy to Bryan Gunn, Walton made 28 first-team appearances and was an integral part of City’s run to the FA Cup semi-finals in 1991-92.
  • Darren Kenton – made over 175 appearances for the club from the late 1990s to 2003, scoring nine times. Later representing Southampton, Leicester City, Leeds United, Cheltenham Town and Rochester Rhinos, Kenton, 39, has since returned to Norfolk and now works within the club’s Academy coaching setup.
  • John Polston – Polston played 263 times for the Canaries and was an important member of the team that finished third in the top flight in the 1992/93 season.  He was the captain in the club’s first ever UEFA Cup tie, in 1993, scoring one of the goals in a 3-0 win over Vitesse Arnhem.
  • Spencer Prior – Centre-back Spencer Prior played the full 90-minutes against Inter Milan at the San Siro. A Barry Butler Memorial Trophy winner, he is currently the head coach of the Thailand Women’s team
  • Daryl Sutch – Daryl Sutch sits sixteenth in the all-time appearances list for Norwich City with 352. He featured in the 1993 UEFA Cup run, playing in both home and away legs against Bayern Munich and Inter Milan.
  • Rob Newman – Rob Newman was a hugely respected utility player who made 249 appearances for the Canaries and captained the Norwich City side that played in the San Siro against Inter Milan.
  • Mark Bowen – Mark Bowen famously scored a header in the 2-1 against Bayern Munich at the Olympic Stadium in the 1993 UEFA Cup run. With 399 appearances, he is the ninth most capped Canary of all-time.
  • Robert Ullathorne – Rob Ullathorne made 115 appearances for the Canaries in his tenure at the club, and played the full 90 minutes against Inter Milan at the San Siro in the last match of the 1993 UEFA Cup run.
  • Adam Drury – the former Club Captain made over 300 appearances in 11 years with Norwich City and won player of the season in 2003. He is one of a very distinguished group of Club Captains to receive silverware on behalf of Norwich City during its 115-year history.
  • Youssef Safri – The tough tackling Moroccan made over 80 appearances in three years at the club. Safri’s 40-yard strike against Newcastle United in April 2005 is considered by many as one of the most spectacular goals ever scored at Carrow Road.
  • Philip Mulryne – Mulryne enjoyed six seasons in Norfolk, in a spell that included a Division One play-off final, and promotion to the Premier League in 2004. He was capped on 27 occasions for his country, scoring three times. He was ordained as a Roman Catholic priest in 2017.
  • Gary Holt – Holt made 182 appearances for the Canaries, before he had two spells on the coaching staff at Colney as Assistant Academy Manager and later First Team Coach.
  • Darren Eadie – Darren made his professional debut in the 1993/94 UEFA Cup campaign, in City’s first-round fixture against Vitesse Arnhem. He subsequently made over 200 appearances for the Canaries, and scooped Player of the Year in 1997.
  • Darren Huckerby – the two-time player of the season played a pivotal role for the Canaries as they won the Championship title in 2003/04, and was named in the Norwich City Greatest Ever XI following a fan vote in 2008.
  • Paul McVeigh – Paul McVeigh made 246 appearances for Norwich City over two spells. He helped the Canaries to the Division One title in 2003/04 and scored against Manchester United at Old Trafford the following season.
  • Iwan Roberts –  The big Welshman was a hero to the Canary fans for seven years and picked up the Barry Butler trophy in 1999 and 2000. He sits third in Norwich City’s all-time top goal scorers list behind Jonny Gavin and Terry Allcock, having struck 96 times for the Canaries.
  • Grant Holt – A three-time winner of the Barry Butler trophy, Holt led the Canaries to the League One title and a promotion-winning campaign to the Premier League, in successive seasons. He was inducted into the Club’s Hall of Fame in 2012 after making a big impression in the Premier League, including a famous goal against Liverpool at the Kop End.
  • Ade Akinbiyi – A graduate of the youth team, Ade made his Norwich City debut in the 1-1 home draw with Bayern Munich in the UEFA Cup. Life after the Canaries included spells at a number of different clubs, most notably Gillingham, Leicester, Stoke, and Burnley.
  • Lee Power – Joined the Canaries as a schoolboy in 1986 and made his debut against Aston Villa in April 1990 while still a trainee. Lee scored 10 goals in 39 appearances for Norwich before signing for Bradford City in 1994 after a number of loan moves.
  • Efan Ekoku – The scorer of Norwich City’s first ever goal in European football during the 3-0 home win against Vitesse Arnhem. Efan scored 17 goals in 45 appearances during his time at Carrow Road before moving to Wimbledon for £1m in 1995.
  • Francesco Toldo – the Italy international was named Serie A Goalkeeper of the Year in 2000 before winning 11 major honours with Inter Milan. He kept three clean sheets in the UEFA European Championship finals of 2000 as Italy finished runners-up.
  • Sebastien Frey – Regarded as one of the best Serie A goalkeepers of his generation, Sebastien Frey made 35 appearances for Inter Milan between 1998-2001. Following Toldo’s arrival at Inter in 2001, Frey joined Parma to serve as the replacement for Gianluigi Buffon, who had transferred to Juventus for the world-record goalkeeper’s transfer fee.
  • Javier Zanetti – With 143 caps for Argentina, midfielder Zanetti added a Champions League winners’ medal in 2010 to a glittering array of Italian and European honours, in a career spanning more than two decades at the very top of the sport.
  • Massimo Paganin – Paganin faced City during the 1993-94 UEFA Cup run, and was subsequently involved in the victorious two-leg final against Austria Salzburg.
  • Nicola Berti – Midfielder Berti was part of the Inter side that went on to win the UEFA Cup that year, his second winners’ medal in that competition. He was also part of the Italy side which finished third in the World Cup on home soil in 1990 and runners-up in 1994.
  • Marco Materazzi  – won the Champions League during his ten seasons with Inter Milan and scored Italy’s goal en route to victory in the 2006 World Cup final. The centre back was also part of Inter’s incredible run of five Serie A titles in a row from 2006 to 2010.
  • Giuseppe Baresi – An Italian international like his legendary younger brother Franco, Giuseppe Baresi captained Inter for four seasons, and represented Italy at both the 1980 European Championships and the 1986 World Cup Finals.
  • Francesco Colonnese – Defender Francesco enjoyed European success while at the Nerazzurri lifting the UEFA Cup in 1998.
  • Giorgos Karagounis – was an instrumental figure in Greece’s fairytale European Championships success in 2004. He scored the tournament’s opening goal with a spectacular long-range effort that stunned hosts Portugal and was the catalyst for one of international football’s most unlikely underdog stories.
  • Alessandro Bianchi – During his 8 years at Inter, Italian international midfielder Bianchi won two UEFA Cup in 1990/91 and 1993/94 – scoring a decisive goal against Aston Villa in the 1990/91 edition.
  • Jurgen Klinsmann – one of the most iconic names in world football, Jurgen won the 1990 World Cup and 1996 European Championships and was the first player to score three or more goals in three consecutive World Cups.
  • Maicon – The Brazilian international won four Serie A titles, two Coppa Italias, and the 2009-10 Champions League with Inter Milan, as well as three Supercoppa Italianas and a FIFA World Club Championship.
  • Ousmane Dabo – Fellow Frenchman Ousmane Dabo, who was signed from Stade Rennes by Inter Milan in 1998 with Silvestre, also enjoyed time in the Premier League, with two years at Manchester City. He experienced two Coppa Italia winning seasons at Lazio, as well as spells at fellow Serie A clubs Parma and Atalanta.
  • Houssine Khjara – Tricky attacking midfielder Kharja spent most of his career in Serie A, playing for clubs including Piacenza, Siena, Genoa and Fiorentina, as well as making 18 appearances for Inter Milan in their Coppa Italia winning season of 2011.
  • David Suazo –  Nicknamed “The Panther”, the prolific Honduran striker netted over 100 league goals in Italy. Signed by Roberto Mancini in 2007, Suazo scored ten times for Inter in a four year spell at the Club, which saw them win the Champions League, two Serie A titles, the FIFA Club World Cup and the Coppa Italia.
  • Mikael Silvestre – A Champions League and four-time Premier League winner with Manchester Untied, Silvestre spent 11 years in English football. He made 31 appearances for Inter Milan, before being signed by Alex Ferguson in 1999.

Ticket information

Sunday May 20th, 2018. Kick-off 2pm.

Standard tickets are priced at £9.93 for adults and £1.93 for U18s.

Hospitality packages are also available.

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