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Everton vs Nottingham Forest is set to be an exciting game, as both teams have a large and passionate fan base, who are always vocal about their support on match day. Everton have played in the Premier League since it was created in 1992, while Nottingham Forest gained promotion after winning the 2022 Championship play-off final. Everton vs Nottingham Forest is a game you won’t want to miss.

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Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest is based in West Bridgford in Nottinghamshire and was founded in 1865. The club have an impressive history, as one of only four English clubs to have won the European Cup/UEFA Champions League more than once. They have also won one UEFA Super Cup, one League title, two FA Cups, and four League Cups.

Many legends have played for Forest over the years, including the likes of Stuart Pearce, Peter Shilton, Roy Keane and Brian Clough. Another iconic player is Bob McKinlay, who made 614 league appearances for the club, including a run of 265 consecutive games.

City Ground

The City Ground is located on the banks of the River Trent, and has been the home of Nottingham Forest since 1898. The stadium has a capacity of 30,445, and was a venue for the Euro 96. The City Ground always promises a great atmosphere on match day, and the Everton vs Nottingham Forest game will be no exception when it’s played here.


Everton were created in 1878 and have a long and proud history. The club was a founder member of the Football League in 1888, and won their first League Championship during the 1890-91 season. They have since gone on to win five FA Cups and nine league titles.

Everton has seen many great players over the years, who all made a huge impact during their time at the club. Everton icons include Dixie Dean, Graeme Sharp, Gary Lineker, and Bob Latchford.

Goodison Park

Everton have played their home games at Goodison Park since 1892. With a capacity of 39,414 it is the thirteenth-largest football stadium in England, and is based in Liverpool. Goodison Park became Everton’s home after they moved from their previous ground at Anfield, due to a dispute.

Goodison Park has been a venue for an FA Cup Final, as well as numerous international fixtures, including a semi-final match in the 1966 World Cup.