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Club information: Nottingham Forest

Club information: Nottingham Forest
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Club information page for Nottingham Forest Football Club.

Full name: Nottingham Forest Football Club

Nicknames: Forest, The Reds, Tricky Trees

Founded: 1865

Owners: Evangelos Marinakis (80%), Sokratis Kominakis (20%)

Stadium (capacity): City Ground (30,445)

Most appearances: Bob McKinlay (692)

Most league appearances: Bob McKinlay (614)

Most goals: Grenville Morris (217)

Most league goals: Grenville Morris (199)

Oldest league player: Des Walker (38 years 254 days vs. Wigan Athletic, August 7 2004)

Youngest league player: Craig Westcarr (16 years 258 days vs. Burnley, October 13 2001)

Biggest win: 0-14 vs. Clapton (FA Cup, January 17 1891)

Biggest defeat: 1-9 vs. Blackburn Rovers (Second Division, April 10 1937)

Biggest home defeat: 1-9 vs. Blackburn Rovers (Second Division, April 10 1937)

Highest transfer fee paid: £13.2m - Joao Carvalho from Benfica (June 14, 2018)

Highest transfer fee received: £15m - Britt Assombalonga to Middlesbrough (July 17, 2017)


First Division/Premier League (1): 1977-78

Second Division/Championship (3): 1906–07, 1921–22, 1997–98

Third Division/League One (1): 1950–51 (South)

Football Alliance (1): 1891-92

FA Cup (2): 1898, 1959

League Cup (4): 1978, 1979, 1989, 1990

Charity Shield/Community Shield (1): 1978

European Cup/Champions League (2): 1979, 1980

UEFA Super Cup (1): 1979

Anglo-Scottish Cup (1): 1977

Full Members Cup (2): 1989, 1992

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Saturday's key events

· After silvers in both the men's and women's events, Team GB will be fancied to get on the podium again in the mixed relay (11.30pm-1am)

· Touted as Michael Phelps's successor, Caeleb Dressel already has two gold medals from these Games and he will be going for a third in the men's 50m butterfly final (2.30am)
· It is Katie Ledecky vs. Ariarne Titmus III in the women's 800m freestyle final, with Ledecky entering as firm favourite (2.46am)
· Great Britain will be heavily fancied to add another gold medal to their swimming haul, having produced by far the fastest qualifying time for the mixed 4x100m medley relay final (3.43am)

· Dina Asher-Smith is one of three British women in the 100m semi-finals (3.01am-3.20am), and will hope to challenge for a medal in what is likely to be a star-studded final (1.50pm)
· The inaugural Olympic 4x400m mixed relay event concludes with Great Britain one of the eight finalists going for gold (1.35pm)

· Team GB's dreams of an unlikely gold are still alive in the women's event as they face France in their semi-final (3.30am). The winners will face either New Zealand or Fiji in the gold medal match later in the day (10am)

· Gold medals are up for grabs in the windsurfer - RS:X finals. Emma Wilson participates for Team GB in the women's final (6.33am), while Tom Squires is in action in the men's (7.33am)

· Following his shock semi-final defeat, ending his hopes of a Golden Slam in 2021, Novak Djokovic battles for bronze against Pablo Carreno Busta (7am)
· The women's singles event reaches its conclusion with the gold medal match between Belinda Bencic and Marketa Vondrousova

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