All you need to know when visiting The Nest for Canary Cup 2023

The Community Sports Foundation’s Canary Cup is back for 2023!

Thousands of spectators are expected to cheer on the teams, with the likes of Manchester United Foundation, Watford Community Sports & Education Trust, Cambridge United, and Brighton & Hove Albion Foundation joining their Canary hosts across the tournaments.

If you are visiting The Nest for the first time, here’s everything you need to know ahead of your trip.

Timings, dates & format

Sunday 13th August
U16s Pan-disability tournament
Start time: 11:00am

Tuesday 15th August
U11s & U12s Boys tournament
Start time: 10:30am

Wednesday 16th August
U9s & U13s Boys tournament
Start time: 10:30am

Thursday 17th August
U10s & U14s Boys tournament
Start time: 10:30am

Monday 23rd October
U10s & U14s Girls tournament
Start time: 10:30am

Tuesday 24th October
U12s & U16s Girls tournament
Start time: 10:30am

Finding Us

The Nest is located near to Norwich International Airport and is a ten-minute drive from Norwich city centre. Free car parking is available on site.

The Canary Konect is an hourly bus service which connects The Nest with the airport, train station, city centre, and Carrow Road. For more information and timetables, click here.

The Nest Address:
Holt Road, Horsford, Norwich, NR10 3AQ

View a map of the site here.


On-site Facilities

The Hub Cafe will be open from 9am, serving delicious Green Farm Coffee, a range of hot and cold snacks, and cakes from Delia’s Canary Catering.

There is free Wi-Fi available throughout the venue.

Please note, The Nest is a cashless venue. Card and contactless payments only.

Social Media

Don’t forget to tag us in your posts on social media and use the hashtag #CanaryCup2023

Facebook: @TheNestCSF / @CommunitySportsFoundation
Twitter: @TheNestCSF / @NorwichCityCSF
Instagram: @thenestcsf / @norwichcitycsf

Spectator Behaviour

All clubs are expected to manage the behaviour of their own supporters & spectators.

As per previous years, no smoking, drinking or dogs (aside from guide dogs) are allowed on site.