Forest Green's Skrill Premier game against Grimsby Town has been rescheduled for Tuesday 14th January (7.45pm).
The fixture was due to be played next Saturday 7th December but has had to be rearranged because of the Mariners’ continued involvement in the FA Cup.
After Forest Green’s three game winning run was ended in North Wales on Saturday against Wrexham, Ady Pennock’s side are quickly back into action on Tuesday night as they travel again to take on Salisbury City (7:45pm).
Saturday’s 2-0 defeat ended a good run of consecutive wins, and also brought to an end Forest Green’s superb goal scoring run, where they had found the back of the net in fifteen consecutive Conference Premier matches.
Race Nights are back at The New Lawn on Friday evening as the FGR Supporters Club host their latest fundraiser in the Carol Embrey Suite.
Doors open at 7:30pm, for an 8pm start, and all Forest Green supporters are invited to come along to the event which will help raise funds for the Supporters Club.
The auction of Reece Styche’s signed Poppy Shirt has produced a winning bid of £150.00 from Sadie Mertens - the highest bid for any of Forest Green's squad.
Sadie's generosity has meant donations to the Royal British Legion reached almost £1,400.
After three consecutive wins Forest Green go into this weekend’s visit to Wrexham with plenty of confidence but will face a very tough test at the Racecourse Ground (3pm).
This weekend’s opponents cruised to a 5-1 away win over Dartford on Tuesday night and possess a squad full of talented individuals who haven’t quite hit the heights expected of them so far this season.
Reece Styche’s signed Poppy Shirt is going to auction to raise further funds for the Royal British Legion.
After seeing how much had been raised by fans generosity at our Remembrance match - over £1200 from donations and the sale/auction of his team-mates Poppy shirts - fan’s favourite Reece Styche has decided to make his own shirt available.
James Norwood smashed in a 93rd-minute penalty as England C staged a late comeback for a fully deserved draw with Czech Republic Under-21s at Woking on Tuesday night, writes the Non League Paper's Matt Badock.
It was a fitting reward for Non-League’s Three Lions who controlled large parts of the game and against ten men for much of the second-half.
The success of last week's business networking event at Forest Green Rovers has prompted interest in the next installment, which will be brought forward early in the New Year.
Sponsored by Lister Communications, the event before last week's Nuneaton Town victory was thoroughly oversubscribed, with 27 local and regional businesses attending to network, meet Forest Green players, take a tour of the stadium, listen to a guest speaker and enjoy Rovers famous food - before taking in the football.
Forest Green Rovers new manager Ady Pennock and assistant-manager Dave Kevan will be holding a Fans Forum at The New Lawn on Thursday 28th November (7:45pm - 8:45pm).
After being appointed, Pennock said that he viewed the club and fans as one and the same, and wanted the club to be united from top to bottom.
It has been a month since Forest Green were last on the road at Grimsby in October, but Rovers return to their away travels this weekend with a visit to North Wales on the agenda.
Ady Pennock’s side will be hoping to carry on their excellent recent run of form, as Welsh side Wrexham play host at the historic Racecourse Ground.
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