In March 2012, it was
announced that Cameron Norman, a versatile right-sided defender
/ midfielder from Sprowston, would be joining the Canaries as
an Academy Scholar in the summer of 2012. He joined the
Canaries at the age of 10.
Norman played in both FA
Youth Cup semi-final matches against Notts Forest which the
Canaries won to progess to the FA Youth Cup final but was sent-off
in the second leg. He also played in both legs of the final which
the Canaries won 1-0 and 3-2 against Chelsea to secure victory
in the FA Youth Cup for
the first time in 30 years.
On 13th May 2014, Norman signed a two year professional contract
On 29th October 2015, Norman joined Conference side Woking on
a one month youth loan. This was extended to January 2016.
On 10th June 2016, Norwich announced that they woiuld not be renewing Cameron's contract.
In September 2016, he joined Norwich United debuting against Waltham Abbey in the Ryman League on 25th September 2016.
At the end of October 2016, Norman joined Concord Rangers of the Conference South and made his debut on 29th October in a 2-2 draw with Chelmsford. He made 14 appearances for Concord Rangers, scoring once.
On 7th August 2017, Norman signed for Kings Lynn Town. In February 2018, it wasd reported that his fine form for Lynn had generated interest from Football League clubs. He has spent time on trial with Northampton Town who, along with Portsmouth, Oxford United and Doncaster Rovers are said to be keen on signing him.
After helping Kings Lynn reach the Southern League play-off final in May 2018, Norman left the Linnets and signed for Oxford United on 18th May 2018
On 18th January 2019, Norman signed for Walsall for an undisclosed fee on a two-and-a-half-year deal. He had played 12 games for Oxford. Norman made 9 appearances for Walsall in 2018/19 but they were relegated to League Two on the final day of the season following a goalless draw with Shrewsbury.