Black and white stripes are back at Forest Green Rovers as the club today launch their new away kit for the 2014-2015 season.
Preparations for Bristol Rovers blockbuster visit to The New Lawn on Bank Holiday Monday (1:00pm KO) in front of the BT Sport cameras are in full swing.
FGR will be running a Park-n-Ride service from the car park of Nailsworth company Renishaw and the car park at Nailsworth Primary School will also open to fans.
The FGR Supporters Club are taking bookings for the fans coach travelling to Aldershot on Friday evening.
A Forest Green Rovers XI will travel to Cheltenham Town on Wednesday morning for a training ground friendly against the League Two side (11:30am).
Phones at The New Lawn as of Monday morning are offline because of a phone line issue at the club.
Two wins on the bounce to start the season has helped propel Forest Green into the top six and manager Ady Pennock is hoping to continue his side’s good start this weekend.
Alfreton are the visitors to The New Lawn on Saturday as Forest Green look to continue their good start to the season having taken maximum points from their two games so far (3pm).
The New Lawn hosts Vanarama Conference football for the first time this season on Tuesday evening as Forest Green get set to welcome Chester (7.45pm).
Rovers kicked off their new campaign at Southport on Saturday and earned a 1-0 win to deliver manager Ady Pennock a winning start to the season.
Fullback David Pipe told The Citizen's Pete Orchard of his pride in being named captain as Forest Green Rovers as they embark on their Vanarama Conference campaign at Southport tomorrow.
One of 10 new faces brought to the club by Ady Pennock this summer, right-back Pipe has been entrusted with the armband for the 2014/15 season.
The wait for the beginning of Forest Green Rovers Vanarama Conference campaign is nearly over as Rovers head north to Lancashire on Saturday to take on Southport at the Merseyrail Community Stadium (3pm).
After a pre-season schedule which has seen the club take on opposition from as low as the Hellenic League, to the might of the Premier League, all attention turns to Saturday’s clash with one of the club’s long term Conference foes.
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|Last updated: Tue 21 Oct 2014 21:44 pm|