Forest Green fans wanting to ensure they get tickets for Rovers final away trip of the season at Luton Town, need to put their name on the ticket list.
With Luton currently 11 points clear with ten games to play, the Hatters have already sold out three sides of Kenilworth Road and expect to fill the whole stadium for the fixture on Easter Monday 21st April, their final home game of the season.
Welling United make their first ever visit to The New Lawn on Saturday as Forest Green look to turn on the heat heading into the final ten games of the season (3pm).
Tuesday’s first ever win over Grimsby Town has pushed Rovers into their highest league position since mid-September and spirits in the camp are excellent ahead of this weekend’s visit from the Wings.
Ady Pennock believes his side are set to take on one of the best teams in the division on Tuesday evening as play-off chasing Grimsby Town visit The New Lawn (7.45pm).
After getting back to winning ways on Saturday at Tamworth, the Rovers boss will see his side take to the field for the fifth time in eleven days on Tuesday as the Mariners visit Gloucestershire.
A gruelling week comes to a close at The Lamb Ground on Saturday as Forest Green travel to Staffordshire to take on relegation threatened Tamworth (3pm).
Matches on Saturday, Tuesday and Thursday have tested Ady Pennock’s squad this week but the Rovers boss sees his squad face one final test as they take on a Lambs side desperate to claw themselves out of the relegation zone.
Four games in eight days was never going to be easy, but the momentum Forest Green have developed so far in their busiest week of the season is hugely important ahead of the visit of Braintree on Thursday night (7:45pm).
Two superb wins over promotion chasing Cambridge United and Salisbury City on Tuesday evening have given Rovers a full house so far in a frantic week in the campaign.
The next stage of Forest Green’s busiest week of the season comes on Tuesday evening as Salisbury City are the visitors to The New Lawn (7:45pm).
Saturday’s excellent performance and win over Cambridge United was just the beginning of a hectic seven days which will see Rovers in action four times in a week.
County Cup versus Cheltenham Town at Slimbridge AFC. Ladies football at it's best in the county
Cambridge United are the visitors on Saturday as we celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight at The New Lawn in what will be manager Ady Pennock’s toughest test since taking charge (3pm).
The U’s are flying high near the top of the Conference Premiership ahead of a mammoth week of football for Rovers which sees them in action four times in the space of seven days.
Forest Green Rovers will be celebrating Fairtrade Fortnight at the New Lawn on Saturday, with free Cafédirect Fairtade hot drinks, a range of Fairtrade snacks, as well as displays, stalls and information on the importance of giving farmers in the developing world a fair deal.
Fairtrade Fortnight, which concludes at the end of this week, this year marks the launch of a unique campaign that aims to transform the banana industry to ensure those at the sharp end of the supply chain, the millions of struggling banana farmers and workers, get a fair deal.
With a busy period of fixtures approaching, Forest Green Rovers are offering fans a chance to purchase discounted tickets for the game against Braintree Town on Thursday 13th March.
Fans who have purchased, or will be purchasing, a full priced ticket (adult, senior, young adult or junior) for the Salisbury game on Tuesday 11th March, can buy an equivalent half price ticket to the Braintree match two days later.
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