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Thread: FT: CARDIFF CITY 1 - 0 NORWICH CITY. Match thread

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    FT: CARDIFF CITY 1 - 0 NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    Saturday 30th July, ko 3:00pm.

    Match officials.

    Referee: Tim Robinson
    Assistant Referee: Andrew Fox
    Assistant Referee: Sam Lewis
    Fourth Official: Josh Smith

    The first game of the 2022 / 23 season. The line up at Swindon on Saturday probably a great clue as to the likely line up at CCS next weekend.

    The Championship season starts with Huddersfield v Burnley on Friday, ko 8pm.

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Morris View Post
    Saturday 30th July, ko 3:00pm.

    Match officials to follow.

    The first game of the 2022 / 23 season. The line up at Swindon on Saturday probably a great clue as to the likely line up at CCS next weekend.

    The Championship season starts with Huddersfield v Burnley on Friday, ko 8pm.
    Very early start to the season.
    Come on you Bluebirds!

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Morris View Post
    Saturday 30th July, ko 3:00pm.

    Match officials to follow.

    The first game of the 2022 / 23 season. The line up at Swindon on Saturday probably a great clue as to the likely line up at CCS next weekend.

    The Championship season starts with Huddersfield v Burnley on Friday, ko 8pm.
    Two of our promotion rivals !

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    Going to be a very long week. Feels like Christmas as a kid and I can't bloody wait

    Even a draw here would be lovely.

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    Looks like the Canton's pretty much sold out for this one, no availability in 104, 105, 106 or 107. Hopefully there'll be a good crowd

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    Cardiff City v Norwich has been selected for international broadcast this weekend.

    The ITV highlights show on Saturday are giving it main billing so it might be the first / main highlights game.

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Morris View Post
    Cardiff City v Norwich has been selected for international broadcast this weekend.

    The ITV highlights show on Saturday are giving it main billing so it might be the first / main highlights game.
    What does this mean Mike?

    Nobody has bought the rights to EFL football where I am yet. They usually wait a few months and get it on the cheap.

    This better be on Cardiff City TV for me or I'll be gutted.

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Dale's Mole View Post
    What does this mean Mike?.
    Honestly I don't really know. I did delete a couple of posts as I was unsure about the details I was posting. But this info tries to explain. It seems that certain countries are not allowed to broadcast live games when matches chosen for international broadcast.

    Norwich City say about Saturday's game

    Norwich City’s opening Sky Bet Championship game against Cardiff City has been selected for international broadcast and WILL NOT be available to watch live on Canaries TV in the UK.

    The game kicks off at 3pm on Saturday, July 30, at the Cardiff City Stadium.

    As part of the EFL’s central agreement, a live video stream of the game will only be available on Canaries TV for supporters in the following regions:

    Afghanistan

    American Samoa

    Andorra

    Bangladesh

    Belgium

    Bhutan

    Brunei

    Cambodia

    China

    Christmas Island

    Cocos Islands

    Cook Islands

    East Timor

    Falkland Islands

    Faroe Islands

    Federated States of Micronesia

    Fiji

    French Polynesia

    Gibraltar

    Guam

    India

    Indonesia

    Kiribati

    Laos

    Liechtenstein

    Luxembourg

    Macau

    Maldives

    Malta

    Marshall Islands

    Monaco

    Mongolia

    Myanmar

    Nauru

    Nepal

    New Caledonia

    Niue

    Norfolk Islands

    North Korea

    Northern Mariana Islands

    Pakistan

    Palau

    Papua New Guinea

    Philippines

    Pitcairn Islands

    Portugal

    Puerto Rico

    Samoa

    Solomon Islands

    South Tyrol

    Sri Lanka

    St Pierre & Miquelon

    Tahiti

    Taiwan

    Thailand

    Tokelau

    Tonga

    Tuvalu

    US Virgin Islands

    Vanuatu

    Vietnam

    Wallis & Futuna

    Western Samoa

    Live audio commentary from the team at BBC Radio Norfolk will be available on Canaries TV for every Championship fixture.


    Here are the full website articles from Norwich and Cardiff explaining how their TV passes work:

    CARDIFF CITY

    With the 2022/23 Sky Bet Championship season kicking off this weekend, read up on Cardiff City TV's coverage for the upcoming campaign...

    International Streaming

    This season, Cardiff City TV's International Season Pass returns, and is currently available for its Early Bird price of only £140! Monthly Passes are also available for £25 per month.

    International Pass holders may be able to watch every Sky Bet Championship fixture throughout the 2022/23 season, including Cardiff City TV's full pre-match show, interviews, previews, highlights and more!*

    *Fixtures selected for television broadcast may not be available in your location, with audio commentary provided as an alternative. However, due to a change in EFL streaming policy, those living outside of Core International Countries (listed below), will have access to the following:

    ALL matches originally scheduled for midweek will now be available to watch internationally outside of the listed territories, regardless of television broadcast selection.
    ALL Sky Bet Championship weekend fixtures selected for television broadcast may still be watched outside of the listed Core territories, if your local provider has opted not to broadcast.

    These updated terms mean that supporters tuning in internationally will now have more access than ever before to watching the Bluebirds play remotely!

    Please note that City's campaign opener against Norwich City on Saturday, July 30th has been selected for international coverage, meaning that Cardiff City TV will be only broadcasting via Audio in some regions.

    Domestic Streaming

    Cardiff City TV will continue to offer live audio coverage domestically throughout the 2022/23 season! Audio Monthly Passes are now available for only £5 per month, with an Audio Pass for the entirety of the 2022/23 season is now available to purchase for £45!

    Audio Passes for individual matches will be available for £2.50 per match!

    When available, Cardiff City TV matches that are broadcast via video domestically will be available to supporters for only £10 per match!

    Updates on the availability of Cardiff City TV's video coverage shall be given by the EFL on a match-by-match basis throughout the 2022/23 season!

    Core International Countries

    Middle East and North Africa (MENA): Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Sudan, South Sudan, Tunisia, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Chad, Djibouti, Somalia, Palestine.

    USA.

    France and French Territories (Andorra, Monaco, and The French Overseas Départments and territories which consist of Clipperton; Guadeloupe; Guyane Française; Madagascar; Martinique; Mauritius; Mayotte; Nouvelle-Calédonie; Polynésie-Française; La Réunion; Saint Barthélémy; Saint Martin; Saint-Pierre et Miquelon; Terres Australes et Antarctiques Françaises; and Wallis et Futuna).

    Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland).

    The Baltics (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania).

    Poland.

    Iceland.

    The Netherlands.

    Turkey.

    NORWICH CITY

    Norwich City can now confirm Canaries TV live video and audio streaming information for the 2022/23 season.

    Following the launch of the club’s revamped digital website, canaries.co.uk, the existing EFL iFollow service has now been replaced by Canaries TV.

    As well as exclusive non-live video content, Canaries TV will be the go-to place to watch Norwich City’s first team games LIVE.

    Both monthly and seasonal live video streaming passes are now available for UK and international purchase, ensuring supporters don’t miss a kick of Norwich City first team action.

    Supporters will also be able to purchase individual match passes on a game-by-game basis in due course.

    Selected games will NOT be available to watch on Canaries TV. These games are those selected for broadcast, either domestically by Sky Sports in the UK, or by an international rightsholder. Live video streaming passes will not be available for these fixtures.

    Live audio streaming will be available for all Norwich City first team fixtures.

    Both video and audio live streams of Norwich City’s first team fixtures will feature commentary from the team at BBC Radio Norfolk.

    To purchase either a live video or audio streaming pass supporters must register a OneCity account.

    Packages are available on a monthly or seasonal basis for both UK and international fans.

    UK customers

    Fans can sign up right now to an audio-only subscription to listen to a selection of City’s Championship fixtures.

    Monthly pass £5 Seasonal pass £50

    There will also be a number of fixtures eligible for live video streaming. These will be priced at £10 per pass (a fixed fee set by the EFL) and will be placed on sale in the days leading up to the eligible fixture.

    International customers

    Overseas fans can sign up to a video subscription to watch all of City’s Championship fixtures, excluding games shown on Sky Sports in the UK (which is also passed to international broadcasters), and one Saturday 3pm fixture per round selected for overseas broadcast.

    Monthly pass £25 Early bird Seasonal pass £140 Seasonal pass from Thursday, September 1 £170

    All video streaming prices are a fixed fee set by the EFL.

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Morris View Post
    ALL Sky Bet Championship weekend fixtures selected for television broadcast may still be watched outside of the listed Core territories, if your local provider has opted not to broadcast.

    These updated terms mean that supporters tuning in internationally will now have more access than ever before to watching the Bluebirds play remotely!
    This sounds very positive, thanks Mike!

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    Morison press conference coming up.

    https://www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/...-live-24607978

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Dale's Mole View Post
    What does this mean Mike?

    Nobody has bought the rights to EFL football where I am yet. They usually wait a few months and get it on the cheap.

    This better be on Cardiff City TV for me or I'll be gutted.
    3.00pm Saturday games are not allowed to be televised live in the UK under EFL rules.

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    Morison mentions 3 players vying for the number 9 starting position and mentions Max and Mark as being fit. Does he really see Davies or Colwill in that position or is he referring to someone else at the club? It can't be Crole as he's also not injured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PontBlue View Post
    Morison mentions 3 players vying for the number 9 starting position and mentions Max and Mark as being fit. Does he really see Davies or Colwill in that position or is he referring to someone else at the club? It can't be Crole as he's also not injured.
    I wondered about that too. I assume he means Isaak Davies as the third No9 candidate, but who knows. It wasn't clarified in the press conference.

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    I was fairly confident of a first game upset, until Prutton backed us for a win!

    https://www.skysports.com/football/n...ip-predictions

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    I can't make the game saturday, so it looks like a weekend in Sudan for me if i want to watch the game.

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    Is it time yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Dale's Mole View Post
    Is it time yet?
    just noticed your posting time. You'll be so knackered by tomorrow, you'll oversleep and miss KO!

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    Liz Truss claims to be a Norwich fan!

    https://www.indy100.com/politics/liz...s-norwich-fans

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    Re: CARDIFF CITY v NORWICH CITY. Match thread

    Quote Originally Posted by dml1954 View Post
    3.00pm Saturday games are not allowed to be televised live in the UK under EFL rules.
    Suspect like many others including me he doesn’t live in the UK

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