The August Bank Holiday double-header begins at Kidderminster Harriers Aggborough home on Saturday for Forest Green Rovers with the aim to retain the team’s place at the top of the table (3pm).
Supporters can check out ITV West Country and BBC Points West tonight to watch interviews and a special report on Forest Green’s opening month of the season ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend double header.
All Forest Green fans attending the Bromley game this Bank Holiday Monday 31st August are invited to ‘drop-in' to the Eco Park as public consultation event before the game in the Carol Embrey suite (12noon – 2:45pm).
No matter whether you have tickets for the main East Stand, the South Stand or the Western Terrace – all supporters are welcome to come into the Carol Embrey suite before kick-off and find out about the initial 'concept design' for Eco Park.
Forest Green Rovers can confirm that Danny Coles time at The New Lawn has come to an end, with the defenders contract having been cancelled by mutual consent.
Signed from Exeter City in August 2014, the 33-year-old made 34 appearances in all competitions for the club last season, scoring once in our 1-0 away win over Bristol Rovers.
Supporters have until 1pm today to book on the supporters coaches travelling to Saturday’s clash with Kidderminster Harriers at Aggborough.
Forest Green Rovers Ladies came from being two goals down last Sunday to earn a last gasp draw against Plymouth Argyle Ladies ahead of their FA Women’s Premier League Cup tie this Sunday.
Midfield general Sam Wedgbury believes that if Forest Green maintain the effort and energy they’ve shown in their work so far this season then a successful Bank Holiday weekend isn’t too far away.
There is a BIG weekend coming up for fans of the Vanarama National League as BT Sport broadcast their inaugural National League Highlights show live on Sunday night (9:45pm).
Hosted by Mark Clemmit, the programme will bring football fans everywhere a taste of the top of the non-league game, with action from all the matches played this Saturday in the Vanarama National League – including Rovers trip to Kidderminster, Lincoln City's local derby with Grimsby Town and Woking's tricky trip to Boreham Wood.
We're back on the road on Saturday when we make the short dash to Aggborough to take on Kidderminster Harriers - and you can be part of the FGR army of supporters making the trip by booking on the supporters coach.
For a second year in a row, 400 school children in the Stroud District are being offered a free Forest Green Rovers replica football shirt.