The Hall of Fame was formed to celebrate 100 years of Norwich City Football Club. As part of the Club's celebrations fans were asked to nominate 100 personalities, who in their opinion, made the greatest contribution to the club in its long history both on and off the pitch, and after much fevered debate the list was finally completed. Many great names were unable to make it into this final selection, which was a great tribute to the 100 who were inducted into the Hall of Fame.
In March 2006, fans had the chance to vote for 10 additional Hall of Famers. The 10 were inducted at the Hall of Fame Dinner on March 3 and are highlighted in Yellow,
On November 13, 2009, ten new members were inducted into the Norwich City Hall of Fame at a celebratory dinner at Carrow Road.
Trustees of the Norwich City Football Club Historical Trust agreed to elect five new members and supporters were then asked to cast their votes for an individual from each of the following eras: 1945-1960, 1960-1975, 1975-1990, 1990-2000 and 2000-2009. The trustees' choices and supporters' votes then resulted in the following names being added to the Norwich City Hall of Fame, these are highlighted in red.
A further 8 were inducted in 2012, these are highlighted in white.
Sir Arthur South