Nottingham Forest Football Club, commonly known as Forest, is a professional football club based in Nottingham, England. The club was founded in 1865 and has a rich history, with many notable achievements throughout its existence. Forest has won two European Cups, one UEFA Super Cup, one English First Division title, two FA Cups, and four League Cups.
The club has a strong fan base, with supporters known for their passionate and vocal support. The team plays its home matches at the City Ground, a stadium with a capacity of over 30,000.
Over the years, Nottingham Forest has had many famous players, including Brian Clough, who managed the club to its greatest successes in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Other notable players include Stuart Pearce, John Robertson, Des Walker, and Roy Keane. The team is currently managed by Steve Cooper, who was appointed in June 2021.
Forest has a long-standing rivalry with neighbouring club Derby County, with matches between the two sides known as the East Midlands Derby. The rivalry has produced some memorable moments throughout the years and is one of the most fiercely contested in English football.