And we don't even know which division we will be in next year yet!
To date a total of 19,639 non-corporate season ticket holders have already decided they will be heading to Carrow Road next season regardless of whether the Canaries are playing Arsenal and Chelsea or the likes of MK Dons and Coventry.
The club is also expecting to sell out again for next year in the corporate areas, which means the club will cap total season ticket sales to watch next year’s action unfold at 22,000 as with this year.
David McNally, Norwich City’s chief executive, paid tribute to the “passion and dedication” of the faithful and said they had a “crucial” role to play in helping steer the Canaries clear of the dreaded drop.
He said: “Demand for season tickets has been as high as ever as we approach the end of this campaign and look ahead to 2016-17. We have had so many years of superb attendances at Carrow Road that we never take for granted and it remains a fantastic endorsement of the passion and dedication of our supporters.
“And it is an absolutely vital component of our annual financial strategy to support the manager and the players.”
The club had frozen season ticket prices in standard areas, which McNally said was as a “thank you” to fans.
He said: “They have responded by ensuring that Carrow Road, which has had a staggering 99.7pc occupancy rate this year, will be full to the rafters again next season.”