The visit of Tamworth to The New Lawn on Tuesday evening couldn’t come soon enough for Forest Green who will be desperate to get back to winning ways after two consecutive defeats (7:45pm).
Saturday’s narrow loss to top of the table Cambridge United at the Abbey Stadium rounded off a disappointing week for Rovers after a midweek trip to Welling United had also ended with no points being earned.
Cambridge United will provide Forest Green with a major challenge this weekend as Rovers head to the Abbey Stadium to take on a side that on paper has arguably one of the strongest squads in the division (3pm).
Richard Money’s U’s side have recruited heavily in the summer, and so far it has done the trick for the university city club ,as they sit second in the Skrill Premier table, having led for much of the campaign so far.
Forest Green travel to high flying Cambridge United this weekend as the busy Skrill Premier fixture list takes Rovers on another eastwards trip.
Fans can join the FGR Supporters Club coach to the Abbey Stadium on Saturday as David Hockaday’s side look to bounce back from Tuesday's 5-2 loss at Welling with a tough test in Cambridgeshire.
Forest Green Rovers appeal against Dale Bennett's red card from Tuesday's game at Welling has been upheld - meaning Bennett is eligible for selection against Cambridge this weekend.
The 23-year-old was dismissed in the 65th minute of the Skrill Premier clash after Wings midfielder Lee Clarke went down in the box and referee Lee Swabey pointed to the spot before showing Bennett a straight red card.
Forest Green’s England C starlet James Norwood will be discussing all things FGR as well as his life as a footballer on Stroud FM’s The Locker Room this evening (7pm).
Forest Green travel to Welling on Tuesday night as they face up to one of the divisions newly promoted sides for the second time in four days (7:45pm).
Fresh on the back of Saturday’s incredible late stoppage time turnaround against FC Halifax, Rovers head to Park View Road for the first time since the two sides last met in the Conference at the London venue in September 1999.
There are still empty seats on the FGR Supporters Club coach heading to Welling on Tuesday for Forest Green fans looking to cheer Rovers on the road in London.
The team travel to Park View Road for the first time since September 1999 on Tuesday evening and those supporters interested in making a trip to watch the action live can travel in comfort with the Supporters Club coach heading east.
It’s fifth against sixth on Saturday as Rovers welcome FC Halifax Town to Nailsworth for Saturday’s three o’clock kick-off.
The newly formed FC Halifax replaced the now defunct Halifax Town, and the game will be the first ever meeting between the two clubs since the Halifax club’s reincarnation in 2008.
Latvia under 23 striker Eduards Visnakovs’ cool first-half finish proved enough as England C – featuring Forest Green's James Norwood – fell 1-0 in Jelgava.
Non-League’s Three Lions – featuring 13 debutants – were using the game as preparation for next year’s International Challenge Trophy.
Forest Green Rovers are encouraging senior fans to attend Grandparents Day at this Saturday's match against FC Halifax Town (kick-off 3:00pm).
Grandparents and their families are encouraged to come along and enjoy The New Lawn facilities before and after the match, as 5th place plays 6th in the Skrill Premier.
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