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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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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Remembering Guy20-12-2019

Guy Lloyd was from Chelmsford in Essex and developed an interest in Forest Green Rovers through his brother, Hugh. Hugh lived in Nailsworth and worked for Renishaw in Wotton. Guy travelled to FGR’s game at Cambridge Utd on 7th September but suffered a cardiac arrest at the ground and passed away 2 days later. Guy’s Read More…

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Swindon Town16-12-2019

Some quick facts about Swindon Town FC Swindon’s nickname, The Robins (supposedly because of their ‘redbreasted’ kit) is also the nickname of Cheltenham Town and Bristol City. Swindon striker Eoin Doyle was named League 2’s player of the month in November 2019 (Eoin was also player of the month for October). Eoin is currenly on Read More…

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Supporters Club response to reported racial abuse16-12-2019

The Supporters Club are disappointed to hear of a report of a racist incident involving a Forest Green Rovers fan in the East Stand during our match against Scunthorpe. The allegation of racist behaviour at the home match against Scunthorpe has been a shock to us all. This is not the FGR we have come Read More…

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Supporters Club cheque to FGR Women16-12-2019

From left to right, Ash Watson (FGR Womens’ captain), Neil Munro (Secretary Supporters Club), Beth Freeman, Gary Woods (Chair FGR Women), Paige Todd, Beca Woods, Rosie Dimery (Secretary FGR Women), Hannah Nowakowska.   This was FGR Women’s share of the proceeds from the November Quiz evening. The next Quiz is on 6 March 2020, on the Friday before the Read More…

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Scunthorpe Utd05-12-2019

The first league visit of Scunthorpe Utd. Some quick facts – Former players include Kevin Keegan, Ray Clemence, Ian Botham (played 11 games in 1980), and Neil Warnock. Local rivals include Doncaster Rovers, Grimsby Town, Hull City, and Lincoln City. Grimsby and Lincoln games are known as Lincolnshire Derbies. ‘The ‘Iron’ nickname refers to the Read More…

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The Green Devil – Oct 201912-11-2019

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A fans-eye view of the Pilgrims12-11-2019

Plymouth Argyle’s visit to the New Lawn is the first EFL meeting between the 2 sides. Plymouth were one of the clubs relegated from League 1 last season and were favourites to make a quick return back to League 1 this season. They are a very well supported club – all away tickets for the Read More…

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“This is the last vegan lad that we had in here. Look at him now!”23-10-2019

In case you didn’t see it on TV, the former player now football pundit explored the rise of veganism in football. The programme was broadcast on the BBC recently. Jermaine talked to celebrity nutritionist Rhiannon Lambert, cooked a couple of dishes with Instagram chef Miguel Barclay, and also spent the day at Forest Green. Jermaine Read More…

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Happy 130th Birthday Rovers!23-10-2019

130 years ago in November 1889 Forest Green Rovers Football Club was formed.  72 years ago (1947) the Supporters Club (FGRSC) was formed.  Between 1949 and 1982 FGRSC built and part funded the team and funded various improvements to the ground, including new changing rooms, tannoy, levelling of the playing surface, and a new grandstand.  Read More…

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FGR Women11-10-2019

FGR Women is the new name for FGR Ladies. FGR Women play in  the South West Women’s League.  The link to FGR Women’s fixtures and league table is http://fulltime-league.thefa.com/Index.do?divisionseason=24845318&league=49427966 They will be playing home games at the school pitch by TNL, Sundays 2.00pm kick off.  So try to get up there and cheer them on.  The team are pictured here with FGR Ambassador Matilda. Read More…

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Quiz Night06-11-2019

On 1 November the Supporters Club held another successful Quiz Night which raised over £800 to be shared between the Supporters Club and FGR Women.Yet again it was a very well attended evening with an excellent Quiz delivered by Keith Weyman & scorer Sue Clegg  interspersed with humour and song by Ray Clegg acting as MC.Bob Hunt, Read More…

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New stadium update08-01-2020

New Stadium Forest Green have been granted outline planning permission for the world’s first wooden football stadium, which will be built near to Junction 13 of the M5. When complete it aims to be the world’s greenest football stadium, constructed entirely from timber and powered by sustainable energy sources. It was the second attempt to gain Read More…