Forest Green Rovers Supporters Club

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The Supporters Club has been around since 1946 to help the club and its supporters. We contribute to ground improvements, provide a link between the club and the supporters, promote football at all levels in the club (particularly women’s and girls’ football), support our school ambassadors and many other activities.

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Morecambe come to town!10-03-2020

Morecambe come to visit us on a pretty poor run of form. They sit 22nd in the table, in the division’s bottom 3 and slightly adrift, along with Macclesfield and Stevenage. Their away form is patchy – they have lost 13 away games this season. However, wins at Colchester, Walsall & Macclesfield show the Shrimpers Read More…


Who are the Cobblers?10-03-2020

Northampton Town come to the New Lawn sitting 7th in the table, just in the play-off places. Last time out they suffered a 2-1 reverse at home to Mansfield after playing most of the game with 10 men. They are 9 points ahead of Rovers having played a game more. Their top marksmen are Andy Read More…


Ben Fogle gets Cool treatment.28-02-2020

Saffron Cool is the FGR Ambassador for Hatherop Castle school in Cirencester. Saffron is lining up a series of hour-long interviews at her school with people who she thinks are ‘game-changers’ – people who can make a difference. In her first interview she chatted with Ben Fogle about his adventures and his views on conservation Read More…


Cam on BBC Newsround!!28-02-2020

Is sport doing enough for the environment? FGR Ambassador and superfan, Cam, takes a look around The New Lawn and chats to Dale Vince and Joseph Mills to try and find the answer. BBC’s Newsround filmed his report – Read More…

Quiz Poster MAR 2020

Quiz Night at the Rovers! Friday 6th March.16-02-2020

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leyton orient

Who are Leyton Orient?13-02-2020

Leyton is an Anglo-Saxon name meaning ‘settlement on the River Lea’. The Orient part comes from the Orient Shipping Company (later bought by P&O), employer of some of the players in the club’s amateur days. Orient’s crest is made up of two wyverns facing each other over a football. The wyvern is the symbol of the Thames, in mythology the defender of the Read More…


Hello to some of our new members!13-02-2020

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Forest Green Rovers v WalsallEFL Sky Bet League 208/02/2020.

Germany waves the flags for FGR10-02-2020

Rene and Markus were our big flag wavers at the home game against Walsall. They are members of the FGR Supporters Club Allgau (a region of southern Germany) and had flown from Innsbruck to Bristol to attend the game. Our thanks to both guys for their ‘waving’ and for making the effort to come to Read More…


Following FGR in Germany!07-02-2020

Martin was playing FIFA one day and got involved in a match with Forest Green in the FA Cup. He did a little research, then contacted his vegan friend, Rene. They decided to organise a trip to Nailsworth in 2018 (a 2-1 loss against Colchester!) and, shortly after that, the Allgau FGR Supporters Club was Read More…


Port Vale FC05-02-2020

What do we know about Port Vale? Nicknamed ‘The Valiants’, Port Vale are one of only 3 EFL clubs that aren’t named after a geographical location. Their name is a reference to the valley of ports on the Trent & Mersey canal. The ‘Great Pottery Throw Down’ and ‘Peaky Blinders’ have both been filmed at Read More…


Walsall FC25-01-2020

Things you may want to know about Walsall; Walsall are known as ‘The Saddlers’ which reflects this Black Country town’s reputation as a traditional centre for saddle manufacture. Walsall were formed in 1888 as Walsall Town Swifts – a swift still features in their club crest and the club’s mascot is called ‘Swifty’ (see below). Read More…


Carlisle Utd FC20-01-2020

What can we learn about Carlisle? Back in 1066, Carlisle was in Scotland. The town is, of course, English these days but is only 7 miles from the Scottish border. Probably the longest away-day for Carlisle supporters is when they play Plymouth Argyle (a journey of 390 miles each way – a total of about Read More…


Macclesfield Raffle10-01-2020

Proceeds raised from the Rovers Raffle at the Macclesfield match on the 29th December were given to the Silkmens Supporters Trust. The raffle raised an unusually large figure of almost £1250! The Trust will use the money to boost their hardship fund which has been set up to help with loans to the staff and Read More…


Green Devil Jan 2020 – copies of the Green Devil will be distributed at the Salford City game09-01-2020

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Salford City09-01-2020

What do we know about Salford City? The club were founded in 1940 as Salford Central. It changed its name in 1963 to Salford Amateurs (where their nickname ‘The Ammies’ comes from) before becoming Salford City in 1989. At each home game the team walks out to The Pogues’ cover of Dirty Old Town, the Read More…


Following FGR from Bulgaria07-01-2020

Niko Rachev and his Father have one of the biggest collections of football souvenirs in Bulgaria (and probably in the world as a whole) – more than 10, 000 items from all over the world.  Their football museum (part of which is pictured below) is in the city of Ruse, on the banks of the Danube, in the North Read More…


Exeter City23-12-2019

Exeter play at The New Lawn on New Years Day. Here are a few things to know about ‘the Grecians’; Their home ground is St James’ Park (confusing for Newcastle United fans!) and they have played there since 1904. Mark Cooper’s dad, Terry, managed the club for 2 spells between 1988 and 1995. Alan Ball Read More…


Macclesfield Town29-12-2019

FGR take on Macclesfield Town on the 29th December at The New Lawn. Proceeds from the day’s Rovers Raffle will go to the Supporters Trust at Macclesfield as a help in troubled times for the club. Macclesfield’s recent history has been difficult. On the 19th December, after an Independent Disciplinary Committee hearing Macclesfield Town were Read More…