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Association football club in Nailsworth, England

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Forest Green Rovers F.C.: Association football club in Nailsworth, England
Forest Green Rovers Football Club is a professional football club based in Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, England. The team competes in League Two, the fourth tier of English football, and have played their home games at the New Lawn since 2006, when they moved from their original home at The Lawn Ground.


Forest Green Rovers 0-2 Scunthorpe: Rovers investigate report of racist abuse

Forest Green Rovers are investigating an allegation of racist abuse directed towards Scunthorpe player Jordan Clark.
BBC News - Published

Leyton Orient: Ross Embleton to 'look forward' after Mark Cooper jibe row

Leyton Orient interim boss Ross Embleton intends to "look forward" after an alleged jibe by Forest Rovers manager Mark Cooper.
BBC News - Published

Videos for Forest Green Rovers F.C.

The world's greenest soccer club nets its wooden stadium [Video]The world's greenest soccer club nets its wooden stadium

Forest Green Rovers, the world's first U.N.-certified carbon-neutral soccer club, has won planning approval for a stadium made almost entirely out of wood. David Doyle reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:41Published


From League Two to UN ambassadors: how a tiny English football club is leading the world's climate change fight

Forest Green Rovers have organic pitch, kits made from bamboo and solar panels on stand roof. Oh, and the half-time pies are vegan only
Independent - Published

Forest Green: League Two side launch world's first bamboo kit

Forest Green Rovers, named the greenest football club in the world in 2018, launch what they say is the world's first football kit made from bamboo.
BBC News - Published

Forest Green Rovers' wooden stadium plan rejected

forest green rovers' wooden stadium plan rejected
Councillors rejected the football club's plans, a decision called "farcical" by chairman Dale Vince.
BBC News - Published
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