12 games & 12 wins – great performance in difficult conditions.
Forest Green’s strenuous 52 game long campaign comes to an end at Alfreton on Saturday as Rovers fifteenth season at Conference Premier level reaches its climax (5:15pm).
After picking up an opening day point on the 11th of August at home to Cambridge United, Rovers face one more test with a visit to the Impact Arena in Derbyshire.
Forest Green Rovers are thrilled to announce that long-time supporter and volunteer Heather Cook has been awarded Life Membership of the club.
Heather began supporting Rovers 42 years ago and Lady Magpie has become synonymous with The New Lawn.
David Hockaday had nothing but immense praise for the Forest Green Rovers supporters who turned out to cheer on his side in their final home game of the season against Dartford on Tuesday night.
The Rovers boss hailed the impact made by the Rovers support, which despite being recorded as the lowest league crowd of the season, helped FGR almost snatch a late share of the spoils against the Darts, who enjoyed the rub of the green with two first half refereeing decisions that led to goals.
Alana scores 7 second half.– after keeping goal the first half.
The club are delighted to invite fans to come and celebrate the 2012/13 season at the Forest Green Rovers Awards night on Saturday 27th April at The New Lawn.
Forest Green Rovers will play host to Blue Peter tomorrow as the BBC children's programme make a film about the club's environmental efforts.
Presenters Barney Harwood and Helen Skelton will be filming in the lead up to kick-off for tonight's game against Dartford (7.45pm), exploring some of the eco-measures that have helped Rovers become the greenest football club in the country.
Forest Green are in action for the final time at The New Lawn this season on Tuesday night as they play Dartford for the fourth time during this campaign (7:45pm).
Having faced each other three times in the space of just two and a half weeks earlier in the campaign, in both the FA Cup and Blue Square Bet Premier, Tony Burman’s Darts side visit Nailsworth currently just two points behind Rovers.
Southport visit Nailsworth on Saturday for the penultimate home game of the season for an afternoon that also celebrates Youth Development Day at The New Lawn (3pm).
The club’s female and male youth teams, from under 7’s to under 18’s, will be parading around the pitch before kick off to hail their achievements representing the club at junior level this season.
Midfield playmaker Steve Brogan has received an early birthday present after signing a one-year contract with Forest Green Rovers until the end of next season.
Turning 25 tomorrow, Brogan made an immediate impact with Rovers when he signed in September, scoring an injury-time winner after coming on as an 80th substitute on his debut at Macclesfield Town.