A first half Annie Martin strike helped Forest Green Rovers Ladies pick up a point in the FA Women’s Premier League South Division on Sunday against bottom of the table Plymouth Argyle.
Since their promotion to the top tier of non-league football, Braintree Town have turned their Avanti Stadium home into one of the National League’s toughest places to visit, but this weekend Forest Green Rovers head there targeting all three points (3pm).
It's the last chance to book on the supporters coach going to this weekend's crucial encounter with Braintree Town today.
Keanu Marsh-Brown has blossomed with regular football at Forest Green Rovers this season after his summer move to the club from Barnet.
More than 100 architects from around the world have already responded to a competition launched by Forest Green Rovers to design its new stadium.
Architectural firms from as far afield as Chicago, Perth, Singapore, Venice, Barcelona, Berlin and Helsinki – as well as many leading and up-and-coming firms from around Britain, have expressed an interest in designing the stadium – with less than a month left before the competition entry deadline.
Forest Green Rovers' Easter Soccer Camp, in association with Andy Tucker Soccer, proved to be a huge success with children across a wide range of ages enjoying two great days of football fun at The New Lawn.
Forest Green’s Gloucestershire Senior Cup semi-final clash against Bristol Rovers will take place on Tuesday 12 April at the Memorial Stadium.
Braintree Town's Avanti Stadium provides the venue for Forest Green's penultimate scheduled away game of the season on Saturday, and you can book now on the supporters coach heading to the game.
The countdown is on for Forest Green Rovers quest to earn automatic promotion to the Football League, and Wrexham pose the next challenge in a massive game on Saturday (3pm).
Get your hands on a copy of Saturday’s Wrexham match magazine at The New Lawn as the countdown to Forest Green’s promotion campaign continues.