A sixteenth consecutive Football Conference season reaches its conclusion on Saturday as Wrexham visit The New Lawn for a match that also marks Youth Development Day (5.30pm).
The entire youth set-up at the club, from the under 7 age groups all the way up to the under 18’s squad will be parading around the pitch before kick-off in celebration of their commitment to the club.
An injury depleted squad may be feeling the full effects of another marathon campaign in the Conference Premier but Forest Green must call on all their remaining energy ahead of a trip to league champions Luton Town on Monday (3pm).
Lee Hughes earned Rovers a stoppage time point against Woking at The New Lawn on Saturday in a clash that saw more of Ady Pennock’s men forced onto the treatment table.
A sixteenth consecutive campaign in the Conference Premier edges ever closer to its conclusion for Forest Green with a penultimate home match of the season on Saturday as Woking visit The New Lawn (3pm).
It was only just under three weeks ago since the side’s last did battle at Kingfield but they meet again this weekend with both still facing a miniscule chance of making the end of season play-offs.
There is not long left to get tickets for our bank holiday day game with Luton Town on Monday 21st April.
Forest Green Rovers will hold the End-of-Season Awards Presentation at The New Lawn following the Wrexham match on Saturday 26th April (7:30pm).
Tickets are now available to join players, management and staff for the drinks and awards such as Player of the Season & Goal of the Year.
Forest Green Rovers are running a special “FGR Business Sixes” football tournament giving local and regional companies the chance to play on the main pitch at The New Lawn on Sunday 11th May.
Designed to be competitive but fun, with good advertising and networking opportunities on the day, the six-a-side tournament will feature 20 teams playing through group and knock-out stages to be crowned FGR Business Sixes champions.
Vote for your favourite goal of the 2013/14 season.
Fresh from only a fifth away win of the season at Dartford on Saturday, Forest Green travel to Moss Rose on Tuesday to take on a Macclesfield Town side who sit just a couple of places below Rovers (7.45pm).
Danny Wright’s strike with virtually his first touch of the ball at the weekend earned Forest Green a rare away win and also their first clean sheet when playing away from home in the division this season.
A Dartford side desperate to drag themselves out of the Conference Premier relegation zone await Forest Green at Princes Park this weekend (3.07pm).
It is going to be a real test for Rovers on their travels once again as they enter the final chapter of their sixteenth consecutive campaign in the Football Conference.
The FGR Supporters Club are taking bookings for the supporters coach heading for a second trip to Princes Park this season as Forest Green get set to take on Dartford.
Rovers have already visited the Darts Kent home this season, and the Supporters Club gained national media interest for their unique coach share scheme with Gloucester City supporters, who were also playing in Kent that day.