Hosted By Norwich City Legend

Jeremy Goss

Saturday 30th May 2015
7-a-side Tournaments

Children´s Tournament 2015

Now in its 7th year, these tournaments have become firmly established as an annual event in the end of season Carrow Road calendar and clubs have found that these events are a great end of season treat for their players.

Our events provide young players with the thrilling and rare opportunity to play at top class venues and imagine what it must be like to be professional footballer on matchday playing in front of thousands of fans. This will be a dream-come-true football "experience" like no other which will generate a feelgood factor within the club and is sure to be fondly remembered for years to come.

£39.50 +vat pp

  • U7's, U8's, U9's, U10's
  • U11's, U12's, U13's & U14's
  • All Matches On The Pitch
  • Tunnel Line-Up & Matchday Anthem
  • Visit To Dressing Rooms
  • Names Announced Over P.A. System
  • Certificates Signed By Celebrity Host
  • Matchday Programme

As a schoolboy at Pent Valley Secondary School in Folkestone, Jeremy represented Kent Schools at football.

Jeremy, nicknamed "Gozza", a reference to Paul Gascoigne, is noted for playing for Norwich City from 1984 to 1996 (after having been a member of the club's FA Youth Cup winning team in 1983), and came to prominence during their successful period in the mid-1990s. Ironically,Jeremy made his Norwich debut 25 years ago this week (12.05.84) in a 1–2 defeat away at Coventry City.

Jeremy played in the midfield and was known for scoring spectacularly but not often, most notably when he scored against Bayern Munich in both legs of the 1993 UEFA Cup (2nd Round) when Norwich stunned Europe by knocking the mighty Germans out of the competition.

He also has the distinction of scoring the last goal in front of the terraced Spion Kop at Anfield. He was awarded a testimonial during the 1993-94 season, which fittingly became his most successful season with the club.

All told, Jeremy made 235 appearances for Norwich, scoring 37 goals, including 6 in Europe. He retired in 1999 but is still involved with the club on the coaching side after many years as a community ambassador and matchday host.

Jeremy, with his father having served in the British Army, is the President of the Forces2Canaries Supporters Group and in 2002, Norwich fans voted him into the club’s Hall of Fame.

Interested in playing? Register here without commitment

Children's Tournament Promo
A Taster Of Our Carrow Road Event