Championship club Nottingham Forest are most notably known for winning the European Cup in 1979 and 1980 and they were last in the top division of English football in the 1998-99 season. Forest for Short, the club wear red home shirts with white shorts and their away shirts are blue with black shorts which are manufactured by Umbro and sponsored by John Pye Auctions. The club have worn red home shirts since their establishment in 1868 making the club one of the oldest in the world.
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.
Championship club Nottingham Forest add an all-new away shirt in striking style for 2016/17 created by adidas. Having their latest home shirt classed as one of the best releases for the upcoming season through its two-tone red hoops, adidas strike again through the club's away strip which feature [...]
adidas produce one of their finest kits for the upcoming 2016/17 season seeing Nottingham Forest handed a true red display. There's no doubt they'll be numerous football fans of whom support a team wearing red that wish their own club were handed an eqaully stunning display as Nottingham Forest's [...]
Paying homage to their long and successful history Nottingham Forest release an 150th anniversary third shirt in Black/Gold. In recognition of their 150th anniversary as a football club and following-on from their 2015/16 home and away kits, Nottingham Forest have now officially unveiled their br [...]
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.