Norwich City have been charged with misconduct for failing to control their supporters during a pre-season friendly.

The allegations come from a game at King's Lynn Town on Saturday, July 8, which the Canaries won 6-1 against their non-league neighbours.

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City are accused of repeatedly failing to ensure their fans conducted themselves in an orderly fashion and "didn't use words or behaviour that were improper, offensive, abusive, indecent or insulting with either express or implied reference to disability".

Norwich have until October 2 to respond to the Football Association charge.

The attendance for the friendly was 2,397, with many of those in attendance likely to have been supporting Norwich.