List of Norwich City F.C. Hall of Fame members

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Bryan Gunn signed for the club in 1986.

The Norwich City F.C. Hall of Fame honours Norwich City F.C. players, coaches, managers, directors and executives who have "made the greatest contribution to the club in its long history both on and off the pitch."[1] During the club's centenary season (2002–03),[2] a Hall of Fame was created. Initially, 100 significant figures from the club's history were honoured; 25 were nominated by the Norwich City Football Club Historical Trust and a further 75 were subsequently elected by supporters.[3] A further 20 members were inducted in 2006 and 2009, again with some chosen by the Trust and some elected by supporters.[1][4] In 2012, another eight members were selected, three by the Norwich City Football Club Historical Trust and five elected by supporters.[5]

Six members of the Hall of Fame both played for and managed or coached at the club, most recently Gary Megson and Doug Livermore, respectively.[6] Mike Walker is the only manager in the list to have had two spells as City manager.

List of members[edit]

Below is a sortable list of the inductees, indicating members who have also won the club's Player of the Season award since its inception in 1967.

"Type" refers to the type of admission to the Hall of Fame.

Inaugural: One of 25 people nominated by the Norwich City Football Club Historical Trust in 2003 as inaugural members[3]
2003: One of 75 people admitted to the Hall of Fame in 2003 having been elected by supporters as inaugural members[3]
2006: One of 10 additional people admitted to the Hall of Fame in 2006[1]
2009: One of 10 additional people admitted to the Hall of Fame in 2009[4]
2012: One of 8 additional people admitted to the Hall of Fame in 2012[5]

  Winner of Player of the Year award[7]

Name[3] Position[8] Seasons[3] Nationality[9] Caps[10][11] Appearances[3] Goals[3] Type[3]
Neil Adams Player
Manager
1994–1999
2014
 England 206 30 2003
Terry Allcock Player 1958–1969  England 389 127 Inaugural
Ron Ashman Player
Manager
1947–1963
1962–1966
 England 662 56 Inaugural
Dean Ashton Player 2005–2006  England 44 17 2012
Craig Bellamy Player 1997–2001  Wales 44[12] 91 34 2003
Gordon Bennett Executive[13] 1989–1999[1]  England n/a n/a 2003
Terry Bly Player 1959–1960  England 67 38 2003
John Bond Manager 1973–1980  England n/a n/a 2003
Jimmy Bone Player 1972–1973  Scotland 51 15 2003
Mark Bowen Player 1987–1996  Wales 399 27 2003
Phil Boyer Player 1974–1977  England 140 40 2003
Bobby Brennan Player 1953–1960  Northern Ireland 250 52 Inaugural
Max Briggs[14] Player 1964–1977  England 135 1 2006
Ken Brown Manager 1980–1987  England n/a n/a 2003
Steve Bruce Player 1984–1987  England 180 21 2003
Tommy Bryceland Player 1962–1969  Scotland 284 55 2003
Ollie Burton Player 1960–1963[15]  Wales 9 73 9 2006
Barry Butler Player 1957–1965  England 349 3 Inaugural
Ian Butterworth Player
Coach
Caretaker Manager
1992–1994
2009
2009
 England 2006
Mick Channon[16] Player 1982–1985  England 2003
Robert Chase Board 1982–1996[17]  England n/a n/a 2003
Robert Collinson Player n/a  England n/a n/a 2009
Ian Crook Player 1986–1997  England 418 24 2003
David Cross Player 1971–1973  England 106 30 2003
Errol Crossan Player 1958–1960  Canada 116 32 2003
Matt Crowe Player 1957–1962  Scotland 214 18 2003
Ian Culverhouse Player 1985–1994  England 369 2 2003
Hugh Curran Player 1966–1969  Scotland 5[18] 124 53 2003
Ron Davies Player 1963–1966  Wales 29[19] 126 66 Inaugural
John Deehan Player
Manager
1981–1985
1994–1995
 England 199 70 Inaugural
Kevin Drinkell Player 1985–1988  England 150 57 2003
Adam Drury Player 2001–2012  England 320 4 2012
Dion Dublin Player 2006–2008  England 79 16 2009
Darren Eadie Player 1993–1999  England 2003
Les Eyre Player 1946–1951  England 201 69 2003
Efan Ekoku Player 1993–1994  Nigeria 38 16 2012
Justin Fashanu Player 1978–1981  England 2003
Robert Fleck Player 1987–1992
1995–1998
 Scotland 2003
Craig Fleming Player 1997–2007  England 2003
Ken Foggo Player 1967–1973  Scotland 2003
Duncan Forbes Player 1968–1980  Scotland 357 12 Inaugural
Michael Foulger Director  England 2012
Reg Foulkes Player 1950–1956  England 2003
Ruel Fox Player 1986–1994  Montserrat 2003
Billy Furness Player 1937–1947  England 96 21 2003
Johnny Gavin Player 1949–1958  Ireland 338 132 Inaugural
Dale Gordon Player 1984–1991  England 2003
Jeremy Goss Player 1984–1996  Wales[20] 9[21] 238 23 2003
Robert Green Player 1996–2006  England 11 2006
Bryan Gunn Player
Executive
Caretaker Manager
Manager
1986–1998
1998–2009
2009
2009
 Scotland 477 0 Inaugural
Tom Halliday Player  England 2006
Joe Hannah Player 1921–1935  England 427 22 Inaugural
Asa Hartford Player 1984–1985  Scotland 2003
Jimmy Hill Player 1959–1963  Northern Ireland 2003
Wes Hoolahan Player 2008–2018  Ireland 33 258 39 2012
Roy Hollis Player 1948–1952  England 2003
Gary Holt Player 2001–2005  Scotland 11[22] 2003
Grant Holt Player 2009–2013  England 118 64 2012
John Howes Player  England 2006
Darren Huckerby Player 2003–2008  England 2006
Ralph Hunt Player  England 2003
Tommy Johnston Player 1952–1954  Scotland 2009
Kevin Keelan Player 1963–1980  England[23] Inaugural
Sandy Kennon Player 1958–1965  South Africa 2003
Darren Kenton Player 1996–2003  England 2003
Noel Kinsey Player  England 2003
Alf Kirchen Player
Coach
Director
 England 2012
Paul Lambert Manager 2009–2012  Scotland 2012
Bill Lewis Player  England 2003
Doug Livermore Coach  England 2003
Doug Lochhead Manager  England Inaugural
Norman Low Manager  Scotland 2003
Archie Macaulay Manager  England Inaugural
Ted MacDougall Player  Scotland 2003
Mel Machin Player  England 2006
Malky Mackay Player  Scotland 5[24] 2003
Andy Marshall Player  England 2003
Peter Mendham Player  England 2003
Roy McCrohan Player  England 2003
Paul McVeigh Player  Northern Ireland 2003
Gary Megson Player
Manager
 England 2003
Peter Mendham Player
Executive
 England 2003
Dennis Morgan Player  England 2003
Roger Munby Chairman 2002–2009  England 2009
Jimmy Neighbour Player  England 2003
Ken Nethercott Player  England Inaugural
Rob Newman Player  England 2003
Jon Newsome Player  England 2003
Maurice Norman Player  England 2003
Joseph Nutchey Founder  England Inaugural
Martin O'Neill Player
Manager[25]
 Northern Ireland 2003
Graham Paddon Player  England 2003
Tom Parker Manager  England 2006
Martin Peters Player  England Inaugural
Mike Phelan Player  England 2006
David Phillips Player 1989–1993  Wales 24[26] 197 20 2009
Don Pickwick Player  Wales 2003
John Polston Player  England 2003
Tony Powell Player  England 2003
Bill Punton Player  England 2003
Stan Ramsay Player  England Inaugural
Kevin Reeves Player  England 2003
Iwan Roberts Player 1997–2004[27]  Wales 15[28] 246 86 Inaugural
Bernard Robinson Player  England Inaugural
Davie Ross Player  England Inaugural
Ron Saunders Manager  England Inaugural
Tim Sheppard Physiotherapist  England 2003
Peter Silvester Player 1969–1973  England 2009
Delia Smith Board  England 2003
Arthur South Board  England Inaugural
Dave Stringer Player
Manager
 England Inaugural
Colin Suggett Player  England 2003
Daryl Sutch Player  England 2003
Chris Sutton Player  England 2003
Bryan Thurlow Player  England 2003
Andy Townsend Player 1988–1990  Ireland 2003
Arthur Turner Manager 1909–1910  England 2009
Percy Varco Player  England Inaugural
Jack Vinall Player 1933–1937  England Inaugural
Mike Walker Manager 1992–1994
1996–1998
 Wales 2003
Geoffrey Watling Board 1957–1973
1996
 England Inaugural
Dave Watson Player 1980–1986  England 2003
David Williams Player
Coach
1985–1992  Wales 2003
Chris Woods Player 1981–1986  England 2003
Nigel Worthington Manager 2000–2006  Northern Ireland 2003
Michael Wynn-Jones Board ?–current  England 2003
Bob Young Manager 1937–1938
1939–1945
 England 2009

Members by position[edit]

Position[29] Number of members
Player 93
Manager 15[30]
Coach 2
Board 5
Executive 3
Physio 1
Other[31] 1

Members by nationality[edit]

Nationality Number of
inductees
 Canada 1
 England 90
 Ireland 3
 Montserrat 1
 Nigeria 1
 Northern Ireland 5
 South Africa 1
 Scotland 5
 Wales 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Hall of Fame Gallery". Norwich City Football Club. Archived from the original on 3 July 2008. Retrieved 6 November 2007.
  2. ^ "A century of the Canaries … 1902–2002". Eastern Daily Press. Archived from the original on 11 October 2007. Retrieved 6 November 2007.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h "Canary stats – Norwich City Hall of Fame". Eastern Daily Press. Archived from the original on 27 September 2007. Retrieved 9 October 2007.
  4. ^ a b "Norwich City | Club | History | History | NEW HALL OF FAME MEMBERS ENROLLED". canaries.co.uk. 24 November 2009. Retrieved 21 September 2018.
  5. ^ a b "Norwich City | Club | History | History | NEW HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES". canaries.co.uk. 21 March 2012. Retrieved 21 September 2018.
  6. ^ Peter Grant has managed the club more recently, having previously been a player, but he is not a member of the Hall of Fame.
  7. ^ "Player of the Season 1967–2007". canaries.co.uk. 13 May 2012. Retrieved 12 October 2007.
  8. ^ Members indicated as Player / Coach / Physio / Manager / Board [member] (includes Chairman and President) or Executive (i.e. paid club official, e.g. Chief Executive). Exception is Nutchey, whose position as Founder is unique.
  9. ^ "EDP24: Norwich City FC centenary". Archived from the original on 21 October 2007. Retrieved 21 September 2018.
  10. ^ If blank, uncapped at full international level. Caps figure includes any won with clubs prior or subsequent to Norwich City career.
  11. ^ xxxxInsert ref here for caps won
  12. ^ "Craig Bellamy". 11v11.com. Retrieved 21 September 2018.
  13. ^ Former Chief Executive
  14. ^ Briggs' stats found at http://www.sporting-heroes.net/football/norwich-city-fc/max-briggs-8853/league-appearances_a13192/
  15. ^ Burton's known statistics are derived from [1], accessed 8 November 2007
  16. ^ EDP list of winners refers to him as "Mike"
  17. ^ Chase was elected to the board of directors in 1982 and resigned as chairman of the club in April 1996.
  18. ^ "Hugh Curran | Scotland | Scottish FA". www.scottishfa.co.uk. Retrieved 8 November 2007.
  19. ^ "Ron Davies - Wales International Footballer - Football-Heroes.net". Archived from the original on 24 October 2007. Retrieved 8 November 2007.
  20. ^ Born in Cyprus, but British (http://www.edp24.co.uk/Content/Sport/CanaryCentenary/ForeignLegion.asp)
  21. ^ "Football photographic encyclopedia, footballer, world cup, champions league, football championship, olympic games & hero images by sporting-heroes.net". www.sporting-heroes.net. Retrieved 21 September 2018.
  22. ^ "Gary Holt". Scottish Football Association. Retrieved 8 November 2007.
  23. ^ Born in India, but British Canaries' Foreign Legion, Eastern Daily Press
  24. ^ "Malcolm MacKay | Scotland | Scottish FA". www.scottishfa.co.uk. Retrieved 8 November 2007.
  25. ^ EDP site overlooks his managerial career, referenced at xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  26. ^ "David Phillips". 11v11.com. Retrieved 21 September 2018.
  27. ^ "Iwan Roberts career statistics". Retrieved 8 November 2007.
  28. ^ "Iwan Roberts". 11v11.com. Retrieved 21 September 2018.
  29. ^ Members with more than one position are counted twice
  30. ^ Includes Gunn, as Caretaker-Manager
  31. ^ Founder

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