Posts Tagged: Nottingham Forest

The season kicks off with a thriller at the City Ground

city ground view from the river trent

Having chalked the Olympic Stadium off his 92 already blogger Michael Pilcher wasted no time securing a brace as the Football League returned. The East Midlands was the destination as Burton Albion started their maiden season in the Championship making the short trip to former European Champions Nottingham Forest. Ground: City Ground (78/92) Game: Nottingham Forest 4 – 3 Burton Albion Date: 06/08/2016 I’d always had a bit of a soft spot for Nottingham Forest, I think mainly because their club badge ‘shiny’ in the Premier League ’95 sticker album always looked so glorious; the side that finished 3rd that… Read more »

The Tricky Trees visit the John Smith’s Stadium

Huddersfield town john smith's stadium

Blogger Peter Briers hits his half century doing the 92, heading to Yorkshire as Huddersfield Town entertained Nottingham Forest. Ground: The John Smith’s Stadium 50/92 Game: Huddersfield Town 1-1 Nottingham Forest Date: 24/09/2015 Thoughts on the ground: I had earmarked the weekend of the 26th/27th to tick a couple of new grounds off my 92. With Middlesbrough’s clash with Leeds at the Riverside on the Sunday and Forest’s trip to Huddersfield on the Saturday completing the double – however my plans were scuppered by the latter being moved forward 48 hours for Sky, which I found ridiculous. I can understand… Read more »

Tim Dove heads to the American Express Community Stadium

The american express community stadium brighton

As he closes in on the magical 92 blogger Tim Dove heads south to the American Express Community Stadium. With Dougie Freedman taking the Forest hot seat after the sacking of club legend Stuart Pearce would new manager syndrome strike… Ground: 87/92 Game: Brighton 2-3 Nottingham Forest Date: 07/02/2015 Thoughts on the ground: Brighton & Hove Albion moved to the American Express Community Stadium in 2011 which is located just outside of Brighton, in Falmer. I travelled to Falmer via train and upon leaving the station walked up the hill toward the stadium which looks an impressive structure. At first… Read more »