Nottingham Forest FC Tryouts

Nottingham Forest FC is a professional football club in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England. The club competes in the Premier League, the top division of English football.

Nottingham Forest FC Youth Development System

Nottingham Forest FC Under 21s & 18

Nottingham Forest FC has several academy teams, which include the U23 that compete in the Premier League 2 Division 2 , U21 that compete in the Premier League 2 Division 2 and U18 team.

To view the full U21 roster, please click here.

To view the full U18 roster, please click here.

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Nottingham Forest FC History

The Nottingham Forest Football Team is a professional association football club that plays its home games in West Bridgford, which is located in the county of Nottinghamshire in England. The football club Nottingham Forest was established in 1865, and since 1898, all of its home matches have been played at the City Ground, which is located on the banks of the River Trent. Forest is one of only two English clubs to have won the competition back-to-back, making them one of four English clubs to have won the European Cup/UEFA Champions League more than once. As a tribute to the fact that they have won the European Cup on two separate occasions, Forest’s club emblem has two stars. The Premier League is the highest level of competition in the English football league system, and the team competes in it.

Nottingham Forest have won two European Cups, one UEFA Super Cup, one League championship, two FA Cups, four League Cups, and one FA Charity Shield. In addition, they have won two FA Cups and four League Cups. Since it was accepted into the Football League, the club has spent all but five seasons playing in one of the top two divisions of English football, with the exception of the five seasons spent in the third tier. It was under the direction of Brian Clough and Peter Taylor in the late 1970s and early 1980s that the club saw its greatest period of success. During this time, the club won the European Cup for a consecutive two years, in 1979 and 1980.

During Clough’s final decade with the club, the Nottingham Forest squad was victorious in the League Cup competition in 1989 and 1990. They also reached the final of the FA Cup in 1991 and the League Cup Final in 1992, but lost both times. The team was demoted from the Premier League in 1993. After making an instant comeback, Forest placed third in the Premier League in 1995, but the team was demoted from the top level once more in 1997 and again in 1999. The team defeated Huddersfield Town in the 2022 Championship play-off final and earned promotion to the Premier League as a result of their victory.

The club’s most heated rivalry is with Derby County, with whom they compete in the East Midlands derby. Both teams are members of the English Football League. The two clubs have competed against one another a total of 109 times, with Forest coming out on top with 43 victories, the longest victory streak (five), and the longest undefeated run (ten), which began on March 11, 2018, and continues right up until the current day.

Nottingham Forest FC Stadium

On the banks of the River Trent in West Bridgford, in the county of Nottinghamshire, England, sits a football stadium known as “The City Ground.” Since 1898, the Nottingham Forest Football Club has called this venue their home; it has a capacity of 30,445 people.

It is only three hundred yards (270 meters) away from Meadow Lane, which is the home of Forest’s neighboring club Notts County. The two grounds are the closest professional football stadiums in England and the second-closest in the United Kingdom, after the grounds of Dundee and Dundee United. The stadium was a venue when England hosted Euro 96, and it is only three hundred yards (270 meters) away from Meadow Lane. They are situated on opposing banks of the River Trent at their respective locations.