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Fanzone returns following four week break

Seats still available for Watford game

CUT-price tickets for Albion's game against Watford remain - as the Fanzone, sponsored by, re-opens its doors following a four-week break.

Seats are available for just £20 adults, £17.50 over-60s, £15 under-21s/students and £10 under-17s.

And there will be plenty to keep supporters entertained in the build-up to the 3pm kick-off.

For starters we will get a visit from Albion's 1993 Wembley hero Steve Lilwall and the entire Sporting Club Albion side, who recently got to the Women's FA Cup quarter final.

And there's more. 

Tommy Langford, Commonwealth middleweight champion, will be back in the Fanzone for the first time since defeating Lewis Taylor last month.

You want more? How about local band Eagle Empire, who will be performing their set on the stage? Or, if you really want to get in the mood for our game, check out the early kick-off - which sees Norwich take on Sunderland at 12.45pm. Could this be the day...?

All that and the usual food, drink and entertainment outlets. 

Any supporters wishing to buy tickets for tomorrow's Barclays Premier League game against Watford can still do so here.

12.00 - Fanzone open
12.45 - Live game: Norwich v Sunderland. 
1.00 -  Live music: Eagle Empire
1.30 – MC: Sporting Club Albion, Steve Lilwall, Tommy Langford
2.00 – Live music: A second set from Eagle Empire
2.45 – MC Close down