Forest
Green Rovers
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Full name Forest Green Rovers Football Club
Nickname(s) Rovers, The Green, FGR,
The Little Club On The Hill, Green Army
Short name FGR
Founded 1889 (as 'Forest Green')
Ground The New Lawn
(Capacity: 5,032)
Chairman Flag of England Dale Vince
Manager Flag of England Jimmy Ball (interim)
Current League League Two 
2020–21 League Two, 6th
Website Club home page
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Forest Green Rovers Football Club is a professional association football club based in Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, England. The club competes in League Two, the fourth tier of English football.The club is affiliated to the Gloucestershire County FA and has EMAS status. During the 1989–90 to 1991–92 seasons, the club used the name Stroud FC, not to be confused with the former Gloucestershire Northern Senior League club.

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Forest Green Rovers Football Club

Current seasonClub honoursCoaching staffSquadsThe New Lawn
History: Seasons

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Forest Green Rovers F.C. squad - 2021–22

1 Smith · 2 Shephard · 3 Bernard · 5 M. Mills · 6 Rawson · 7 Winchester · 8 Grubb · 9 Stevens · 10 Collins · 11 Williams · 12 Allen · 14 Adams · 15 Morton · 18 Dawson · 19 McGinley · 20 Kitching · 21 McCoulsky · 22 Godwin-Malife · 23 J. Mills · 24 Thomas · 25 Mondal ·

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Forest Green Rovers F.C. seasons

2015-16 · 2016-17 · 2017-18 · 2018-19 · 2019-20 · 2020-21 · 2021-22 ·

FA Vase winners

1975: Hoddesdon Town • 1976: Billericay Town • 1977: Billericay Town • 1978: Blue Star • 1979: Billericay Town • 1980: Stamford • 1981: Whickham • 1982: Forest Green Rovers • 1983: VS Rugby • 1984: Stansted • 1985: Halesowen Town • 1986: Halesowen Town • 1987: St Helens Town • 1988: Colne Dynamoes • 1989: Tamworth • 1990: Yeading • 1991: Guiseley • 1992: Wimborne Town • 1993: Bridlington Town • 1994: Diss Town • 1995: Arlesey Town • 1996: Brigg Town • 1997: Whitby Town • 1998: Tiverton Town • 1999: Tiverton Town • 2000: Deal Town • 2001: Taunton Town • 2002: Whitley Bay • 2003: Brigg Town • 2004: Winchester City • 2005: Didcot Town • 2006: Nantwich Town • 2007: Truro City • 2008: Kirkham & Wesham • 2009: Whitley Bay • 2010: Whitley Bay • 2011: Whitley Bay • 2012: Dunston UTS • 2013: Spennymoor Town • 2014: Sholing • 2015: North Shields • 2016: Morpeth Town • 2017: South Shields •

EFL League Two 2020–21

Barrow · Bolton Wanderers · Bradford City · Cambridge United · Carlisle United · Cheltenham Town · Colchester United · Crawley Town · Exeter City · Forest Green Rovers · Grimsby Town · Harrogate Town · Leyton Orient · Mansfield Town · Morecambe · Newport County · Oldham Athletic · Port Vale · Salford City · Scunthorpe United · Southend United · Stevenage · Tranmere Rovers · Walsall

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