1. Forest Green Rovers FC is a professional football club based in Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, England. The club was founded in 1889 and has a rich history, although it gained more prominence in recent years due to its sustainability and eco-friendly initiatives.
2. Forest Green Rovers is known for being one of the greenest football clubs in the world. In 2018, it became the first and only professional football club to achieve carbon-neutral certification from the United Nations. The club has implemented various environmentally friendly practices, such as using a solar-powered stadium, maintaining an organic playing surface, and serving only vegan food to players and spectators.
3. The club's home stadium is called "The New Lawn." It has a seating capacity of around 5,147 spectators and is located in the rolling hills of Gloucestershire. The stadium's unique features include its organic playing surface, rainwater harvesting system, and electric vehicle charging points.
4. Forest Green Rovers FC has gradually climbed up the English football pyramid and reached the Football League for the first time in their history in 2017. They were Champions of League Two in 2021-22 and spent the following season in League One.
5. Fellow Gloucestershire club Cheltenham Town are the main rivals. When Forest Green played in non-league their local rivalries were Gloucester City and Bath City. Other rivals include Bristol Rovers.