Norwich City played their football in the Southern League Division One with teams such as Crystal Palace, West Ham, Swindon Town & Merthyr Town.
The Manager was Bert Stansfield, his 4th season in charge.
Their Home Ground was The Nest on Rosary Road.
On February 14th 1914 they played Exeter City at home and won 3-1, 2 goals scored by Henry (Harry) Woods plus an own goal. The attendance was approximately 5000.
On February 21st 1914 they played Cardiff City away and lost 3-0, attendance approximately 15000.
Norwich finished 14th in the league, out of 20 teams.
Top goalscorer was Arthur Wolstenholme with 13 goals in 32 matches.
Half way through the season Norwich sold their goalkeeper William Mellor to Newcastle United for £765 (worth £74,733.77 now!)
Acknowledgement goes to:
Canary citizens : the official history of Norwich City F.C. / by Mike Davage, John Eastwood and Kevan Platt