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3 October 2021

The AGM of Nottingham Forest Supporters Club will be held on Saturday 6th November 2021 before our home game with Preston North End, which takes place later that afternoon.

It will take place at the City Ground's Legends' Lounge, formerly known as the Pitch Diner, in the Trent End stand. Doors will open at 10.30am for a 10.45am start. We apologise for the early start, which we know does inconvenience branch members from further afield, but unfortunately the football club need the room vacated for match day corporate clients.

There is a lift available to the Legends' Lounge from the main entrance and tea and coffee will be available before the meeting, which will take approximately one hour.  All supporters club members are welcome to attend, but please remember to bring your 2021/22 membership card on the day to gain entry.

We have invited members of the football clubs Executive Board to the AGM, including our new CEO Dane Murphy and Chairman Nicholas Randall QC, to speak to us and answer any questions you may have, so we are hoping for a good attendance on the day.



17 August 2021

Due to an ongoing delay from one of our suppliers, dispatching of membership packs for the 2021/22 season has yet to start. This delay affects all memberships, whether you receive your package via post or if you collect them from the Boat Club on home match days.

We apologise for this delay and any inconvenience it may cause. As soon as it is resolved we wll be dispatching packages to all members who have signed up for the new season, and have them ready for collection in the Boat Club. 



22 July 2021


Membership to join Nottingham Forest Supporters Club for the 2021/22 season is now open, and those of you who sign up by 7th August are in with a chance of winning a very special prize.

Membership, as always, includes our exclusive 2021/22 membership pack, entry into our monthly £50 draws throughout the season and all the other benefits of being a member of the Official Nottingham Forest Supporters Club.

As an extra incentive to sign up this season, the 150th person to become a supporters club member between 17th July and 7th August will win a signed 2020/21 Nottingham Forest shirt.

You can join online by going to the membership section of this website or via post by printing our membership form below.



9 May 2021

This weekend our Player of the Year and David Howard Young Player of the Year awards were presented to the winning players.

Reds defender Joe Worrall has been voted as the Nottingham Forest Supporters Club Player of the Year and Gedling branch Player of the Year, whilst Alex Mighten claims the David Howard trophy for Young Player of the Year.

A consistent performer in the back four, Joe has made 31 league appearances for The Reds this season and is humbled to see his contribution recognised by supporters. "Growing up watching Forest and being able to play for the club is a dream come true so to be recognised on a personal level means a lot," he said. “I’ve been unlucky with the two injuries but coming back into the side and being captain on numerous occasions has been an honour and I’ve always played each game as though it’s my last.”

Mighten, who has only just turned 19, made 27 appearances for The Reds in all competitions this campaign and returned 3 goals, his first coming away at Millwall in December. “It’s a huge honour to be voted for this award. From coming through the academy to getting to the point I’m at now – it’s been a really enjoyable season on a personal level,” he said “I’ve been really grateful to have the chance to play more minutes and gain confidence as a player. “We’ve got a lot of work to do next season both individually and as a team. We know where we want to end up next season and we’ll get there step by step. “We just want to keep progressing and hopefully the fans will be back to help us with that.”

Thank you to all of you who casted your votes and we look forward to hopefully welcoming you back to The City Ground soon.



19 April 2021


Nottingham Forest Supporters Club members have a chance to represent the football club in a Midlands charity golf day later this year.

The Midlands Football Legends Charity Golf Day will help support the brilliant Kaleidoscope Plus Group Charity and will be held at the stunning Forest of Arden Golf Club on Friday 29th October 2021. Nottingham Forest, Leicester City, Derby County, Aston Villa, West Bromwich Albion, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Birmingham City will all be represented by 2 teams of 4 players, consisting of 1 club legend and 3 supporters per team.

The event currently has only six playing spots left remaining representing the club, although they do have additional dinner tickets available. Please see ticket information below, which includes a 20% discount for supporters club members.

Golf & Dinner Ticket Includes: £199pp+VAT
- Welcome Breakfast
- 18 Holes Golf at Forest Of Arden Country Club representing Nottingham Forest
- Complimentary Team Gift
- On Course Live Scoring via VPAR, £1k Par 3 Challenge, On Course DJ, NTP & LD Comps
- 3 Course Dinner at Forest Of Arden
- Charity Donation
- Prizes, Speeches, Entertainment, Sports Memorabilia Raffle and Auction

Dinner Ticket Includes: £65pp+VAT
- 3 Course Dinner at Forest of Arden Country Club
- Prizes, Speeches, Entertainment, Sports Memorabilia Raffle and Auction
- Charity Donation
- Chance to rub shoulders with your sporting heroes

To book tickets, or get more information on the event, contact Mike Watson at or call on 07803 325 370.




February 2021

Theo Marsden from the Yorkshire/Lancashire branch

March 2021

Belinda Pulver from the Gedling 

April 2021

Stan Toon from the Larry's Bar, Stapleford & Long Eaton 



3 April 2021


As we approach the end of the 2020/21 season, we are asking Nottingham Forest Supporters Club members to help us decide who will be crowned our player of the season and young player of the season.

This year voting will be solely online. All you have to do is copy out the text below and copy it in to an email to us, adding your name, branch details and your chosen player for each award, only emails with all voting details included can be accepted;






Please include 'NFSC VOTE' in the subject box on the email and send to
. We will be accepting votes until 25th April 2021 and hope to announce the winners before the end of the season in May.

Thank you in advance to all of you who take the time to cast their votes this year.





December 2020 

Anthony Kavanagh from the London branch

January 2021

Melanie Mortimer from the South West & M5 




11 December 2020

The City Ground with The Boat  Club to the right of the picture.

With Christmas fast approaching, we are celebrating the 12 days of Christmas with a special membership offer for the festive season.

Every person who joins the Supporters Club from the 13th of December through to the 24th of December will be entered into that days draw to win a daily Forest related prize.

Membership, as always, includes our exclusive 2020/21 membership pack, entry into our monthly £50 draws throughout the season and all the other benefits of being a member of the Official Nottingham Forest Supporters Club.

You can join online by going to the Membership section of this website or via post by printing our membership form below.




25 November 2020


It's not too late to join the Official Nottingham Forest Supporters Club for this season and take advantage of our November offer to win a signed Nottingham Forest shirt.

We have a 2020/21 home shirt signed by the Nottingham Forest first team squad to give away to the 100th person who joins the supporters club during the month of November. Membership as always includes our exclusive 2020/21 membership pack, entry into our monthly £50 draws throughout the season and all the other benefits of being a member of the Official Nottingham Forest Supporters Club.

You can join online by going to the Membership
 section of this website or via post by printing our membership form below.



17 November 2020

November usually sees our AGM take place before one of our home games during the month, but as we are sure you can understand this has been unable to happen this year due to the ongoing national lockdown. For this reason we are moving our AGM online this year.

We start with our Chairman report from Keith Mather;

With the way things in the World are panning out now and the restrictions placed upon staging meetings and gatherings etc. It has become increasingly more difficult for us all to perform our duties, hold Committee meetings and generally have any face to face contact with each other. However, at our last Committee meeting we managed to pencil in the AGM for NFSC on Saturday 28th November 2020 prior to the fixture with Swansea City.

Unfortunately, now this will not be taking place due to the COVID 19 pandemic situation that we find ourselves within. There will be no alternative date for AGM 2020 and therefore due to restrictions that are now in place and likely to remain so for the foreseeable future the AGM cannot take place, we shall still produce our financial report for perusal and send/forward copies to each Branch Secretary via email, and if acceptable of the content within from our management committee and yourselves we shall then publish on our NFSC Website for members to see.

I realise and accept that not all our supporter’s club members have access and are not OK with getting information online, so a small number of the data information may have to be mailed out.

COVID 19 has had a massive impact throughout the world and like so many other families, businesses and charities it is very difficult for us to make ends meet, but we will try our best to keep our heads above water and moving forward we are going to make some savings and ‘cut our cloth’ accordingly, but hopefully the green shoots of recovery won’t be too long in coming our way.

We had plans in place to reopen our match day venue ‘The Boat Club’ from October 2020, but all this is now on the back burner with no signs of when spectators will now be allowed back into sporting venues. When we do get the green light ‘The Boat Club’ will re-open for every home game but will follow whatever guidelines and restrictions that would be in place. With reduced capacity, social distancing, table service, Track and Trace and pre-booking of tables.

We would also be looking to utilise outdoor space at the venue with bottle/can bar and hopefully use The Britannia next door, however this will give us nowhere near the capacity we had before within The Boat Club. It certainly will be very challenging, but it is something we will have to do and make work, bearing in mind this venue is a great source of match day revenue for NFSC.

Unfortunately, if nothing changes drastically there will be no match day entry for non-members due to space being so limited, so we will need extra volunteers to fully comply with membership checks and recording of names and addresses for current ‘Track and Trace’ purposes.
The challenges will be difficult, but I am sure we can all step up and meet these challenges to be able to move forward.

Memberships as we would all expect has not been everyone’s number one priority in this current pandemic climate, but if we could all just remind a few members to renew we could then enable us to get back to a more sustainable figure for NFSC to survive and continue to deliver for us all.

Finally, if anyone can come up with ideas to fund raise and inflate the bank account then please feel free to approach us with your ideas or plans.

Many thanks for your attention and good health to you all. Stay safe and let’s now hopefully see things turn around again on the football front for Nottingham Forest.
Keith Mather
Chair. Nottingham Forest Supporters Club.

We now move on to our Treasurer report from Ian Crosby;


It goes without saying that everyone has been badly affected by the COVID-19 virus, and NFSC finances are no exception, notably in the loss of the last five home games at the boat club. So there have been quite a few differences from the previous year in some of the areas, so I think these should be highlighted, so you can see the reason for the change.

The main difference is in the boat club and merchandise revenue which has fallen by about £1700 from the previous 12 months. Also contributing to the loss was an increase in package costs for the 2019/20 season, mainly due to purchases of gloves and scarves. We also had a slight increase in the Exec box, but we have been refunded for the last 5 games on a pro-rata basis, but this will show in next year’s accounts.
On the upside, the Membership income was unaffected as this income all arrives in the 1st part of the year, and the end of season raffle made a reasonable profit.

Other items such as shirt sponsorships and postage costs have remained at the same level, so the net result is that although we did increase net expenditure by £800, the main culprit was a reduction in income of about £1250.
So, the net result was a loss of £1250 over the year.

However, turning over to the actual Balance Sheet, the big differences you can see is in the 2019/20 debtors and prepayments, which is basically the exec box and membership package items for this current season. These are nearly £6800 less than the previous year.
£2700 of this difference is the payment for the diaries which was still outstanding, £700 was a reduction in the exec box cost for this season, so the real difference is £3400. We had already reduced the cost of the package items and used existing stock in making up the packages for 2020/21, which means we were nearly £3000 better off in the bank account than in May 2019. I'm hoping this will help us through this horrible time.

The actual figures are on the sheets attached here.

If you have any questions, you can contact me at
Best Regards
Ian Crosby
Treasurer. NFSC.

We thank you for taking the time to read our AGM reports for this year and hope to welcome you to our 2021 AGM back at the City Ground next year.


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