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Who are the bigger club – Ipswich Town or Norwich City?

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Both Norwich City and Ipswich Town are two sides that have one intense rivalry, as they are the only two clubs to come from the East Anglia area.

The clubs are able to draw in great crowds from across the area due to the low density of clubs in the region, and it subsequently leads to packed out home crowds.

Now, Norwich City currently ply their trade in the Premier League, after being promoted through the Championship play-offs last year, defeating Middlesbrough in the showcase final at Wembley.

Meanwhile, Ipswich currently play in the Championship.. But does this subsequently mean that Norwich City are the bigger club?

Norwich City’s stadium Carrow Road has a capacity of 27,244 whilst Ipswich Town’s Portman Road has a capacity of 30,311, the Tractorboys win in-terms of stadium capacity.

Ipswich Town have enjoyed four seasons in the top-flight of English football, whilst Norwich City have enjoyed seven spells in the Premier League.

Ipswich have won a UEFA Cup back in the 1980/81 season, and it remains their biggest accolade to date, along with the FA Cup they won in 1977/78 – whereas Norwich City have failed to win a competition of this ilk.

SO….. WHO are the bigger club between Ipswich and Norwich? VOTE IN OUR POLL BELOW NOW!

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