Nottingham Forest are most notably known for winning the European Cup in 1979 and 1980. Forest for Short, the club wear red home shirts with white shorts and are manufactured by Macron. Whereas most shirts are sponsored by private companies, Forest kits are sponsored by The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, one of the few to have a public institution to do so. The club have worn red home shirts since their establishment in 1868 making the club one of the oldest in the world.

Nottingham Forest 23/24 Kits

Nottingham Forest 23/24 Home Shirt

Nottingham Forest wore one of the plainest home shirt for the 2023/24 season. Their adidas home focused mostly on their bespoke Garibaldi red base, clearing out any graphical or visual prints. The only activity was the white trims seen on the sides, the round collar and the template shoulder stripes, as well as the monochromatic logos.


Nottingham Forest 23/24 Away Shirt

Nottingham Forest had an eye-catching look for their 2023/24 adidas away. Against the background of a white base, light blue wavy stripes adorned the front side of the shirt to pay tribute to the River Trent, as well as to symbolise the unwavering following of Forest fans around the country. Navy was another accent colour, showing on the template shoulder stripes and monochrome logos.


Nottingham Forest Home Kits

2022/23 Nottingham Forest Home Shirt

Nottingham Forest Home 2022/23 KitNottingham Forest returned to the top-flight of English football with a predominantly red Macron shirt. The interrupted collar and the sleeves had a dark underlay and cuffs, respectively. Both also carried the tonal graphics representing the Trent Bridge, the famous landmark connecting the sporting district to the rest of the city.



2021/22 Nottingham Forest Home Shirt

Nottingham Forest Home 2021/22 KitThe players of Nottingham Forest wore a Macron-produced home shirt for the 2021/22 season. It was primarily red with minor white accents from the logos, sleeve cuffs, and rear half of the Korean collar. The front side revealed a subtle embossed graphic of geometrical figures interconnected and aligned in a chevron formation.




Nottingham Forest Away Kits

2022/23 Nottingham Forest Away Shirt

Nottingham Forest Away 2022/23 KitNottingham Forest’s 2022/23 Macron away had a vibrant yellow base with a clean application on the torso. The blue accent came from the graphic-laden sleeves and the piping, including the round collar. The graphics, which also appeared on the sides of the collar and the vertical panel on the sides of the body, were the same Trent Bridge-inspired visuals seen on the home shirt.



2021/22 Nottingham Forest Away Shirt

Nottingham Forest Away 2021/22 KitNottingham Forest’s alternate Macron shirt for 2021/22 had a navy base covering both the body and the raglan sleeves. An eye-catching fluorescent pink graphic concentrated toward the right side with trailing marks for a streaking effect, adding vibrancy and dynamism to the deep tone of the base colour. Red provided a secondary accent colour through the front end of the collar and the logos.




Men’s Nottingham Forest Shirt

Nottingham Forest play their home games wearing red shirts, the club had their period at the top when Brian Clough the mercurial manager took them to the old First Division Championship in 1978. Forest then went on to win the European Cup twice in succession; they also won the European Super Cup, which was then held between the winners of the European Champions´ Cup and the European Cup Winners´ Cup. During the same period the club also won four League Cups.

Nottingham Forest Football Club were formed in 1865, contrary to popular belief Nottingham Forest takes it name from the Forest Recreation Ground, a public space in the city proper where the club were formed, rather than Sherwood Forest. Nottingham Forest who are often called just Forest play their home games at the City Ground on Pavillion Road in Nottingham.

In the current period of super rich clubs it seems unlikely that any manager could emulate the achievements of Brian Clough nowadays.