Formed in 1902, the club have come to be known as the Canaries, a nickname that is reflected in the club’s badge. This dates back hundreds of years before the club had even formed.
1972 - Present
In 1972, the Canaries won the Second Division title and took their place in the First Division for the first time. To mark this achievement a new crest was designed, which included a lion and castle from the city’s coat of arms. The Canary and football are now yellow with black highlights on a green with a black trim shield.
1940 - 1972
The Norwich City badge from the ’40s is just the essentials − a canary standing on a football (without the seams), and the castle and lion of the City of Norwich in the upper right corner on a green with gold trim shield.
1922 - 1940
Norwich City finally presented a canary logo, which was worn by the players for years. A yellow with gold highlights carney standing on a yellow with gold trim stick with a green with gold trim background circle.
1902 - 1922
The original Norwich City crest was the arms of the City, a silver castle, and a gold lion on a red with a black trim shield. But the club was known as the Canaries and, the fans asked, where was the bird?