Norwich wore this classic shirt for the 92/93 and 93/94 seasons.
92/93 was the very first FA Premier League season and the shirts featured these new sleeve patches.
Shown below is a match worn number 7 Norwich City shirt from the 92/93 season.
This shirt was worn by Ian Crook in the final game of the season at Middlesbrough.
The 3-3 draw meant the Canaries finished in a best ever 3rd place and qualified for European competition.
This is a worn / issued number 15 home Norwich City shirt from the 92/93 season.
Individual player squad numbers and names were introduced for the 93/94 season.
This is a Norwich City number 12 Mark Robins home shirt from that season.
This shirt has the Mitre patch that was sewn over the original manufacturer’s logo after Ribero went bust mid-season.
This is a 93/94 number 12 Norwich City away shirt for Mark Robins.
This is a very special Norwich City number 10 home shirt from the 93/94 UEFA cup match against Bayern Munich.
The shirt was worn by Ruel Fox in the 2nd leg and swapped with Bayern’s Jorginho.
This is a Norwich City away number 4 shirt also from the 93/94 UEFA cup campaign.
This shirt was worn in the 2nd leg 0-0 draw at Vitesse Arnhem by captain Ian Butterworth.
Lastly, this is a number 27 Spencer Prior worn home shirt.
Mitre launched the new kit for the 94/95 season at the last home game of 93/94 against Oldham Athletic.
A 1-1 draw on the day wasn’t enough for Oldham who were relegated. Spencer changed his squad number to 14 for the 94/95 season.