The Norwich City F.C. Hall of Fame honours Norwich City F.C. players, coaches, managers, directors and executives who have "made the greatest contribution to the club in its long history both on and off the pitch." a Hall of Fame was created. Initially, 100 significant figures from the club's history were honoured; 25 were nominated by the club and a further 75 were subsequently chosen by a fan vote. Six members of the Hall of Fame both played for and managed or coached at the club, most recently Gary Megson and Doug Livermore, respectively.Peter Grant has managed the club more recently, having previously been a player, but he is not a member of the Hall of Fame. Mike Walker holds the distinction of being the only manager in the list to have had two spells as City manager.
Below is a sortable list of the inductees, indicating members who have also won the club's Player of the Year award since its inception in 1967.
List of winners
"Type" refers to the type of admission to the Hall of Fame.
Inaugural: One of 25 people nominated by Norwich City F.C. in 2003 as inaugural members
2003: One of a further 75 people admitted to the Hall of Fame in 2003, following a fans' vote