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West Ham United vs Nottingham Forest Tickets

West Ham United vs Nottingham Forest Tickets

Nottingham Forest vs West Ham is sure to be an exciting game, as both teams have a large and passionate fan base, who always create an electric atmosphere on match day. The two teams have a long and storied history, as Nottingham Forest was formed in 1865 and West Ham was created in 1895. Nottingham Forest vs West Ham is a game you won’t want to miss. 

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Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest returned to the Premier League after winning the 2022 Championship play-off final against Huddersfield. The club has seen many legendary players don their jersey over the years, who all made a huge impact during their time there.
Noteworthy players include Stuart Pearce, Peter Shilton, Brian Clough, Roy Keane and John McGovern. Bob McKinlay is the club’s top scorer, and he played for Forest from 1949 until 1951.

City Ground

Forest have played at the City Ground since 1898. The stadium is located on the banks of the River Trent in West Bridgford and has a capacity of 30,445. The City Ground is only metres away from Meadow Lane, which is home to Nottingham County. 
You can always expect a great atmosphere at the City Ground, and the Nottingham Forest vs West Ham game will be no exception when it takes place here.

West Ham

West Ham was founded in 1895 as Thames Ironworks before being reformed in 1900 as West Ham United. The club have won the FA Cup three times, and have reached two major European finals. 
West Ham has seen many talented players over the years, who have all become heroes to the fans. Legends include Geoff Hurst, Billy Bonds, Trevor Booking, Paolo Di Canio, and Martin Peters. Another iconic player was Bobby Moore, who played over 600 games for the club and was the captain of the England national team who won the 1966 World Cup.

London Stadium 

West Ham play at London Stadium (formerly known as Olympic Stadium) which is a multipurpose outdoor stadium located in the Stratford district of London. The stadium was constructed for the 2012 Summer Olympics and 2012 Summer Paralympics. West Ham moved there after leaving their previous home, the Boleyn Ground, in 2016. 

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