People tend to check in during these times:
Nottingham Forest moved to The City Ground on September 3, 1898. Situated only a few hundred yards from the old Town Ground at the opposite end of Trent Bridge, it was named in celebration of Nottingham’s newly-awarded city status.
Nice location. Good atmosphere. Food is ok.
A hawk back to old stadia
The greatest football team in the world obviously
Really old stadium and badly maintained! Forest's fans are hilarious!
New arrangements for away fans. Rather than being given the whole of the lower tier of the Bridgford Stand, visiting supporters now on a section of the stand nearest the Brian Clough Stand
I'd just like to check in. Fucking Apple.
Decent stadium. Food and drink offers are average. Good atmosphere on match days. Ground can flood on occasions! :0)
Home of the pride of the East Midlands
Let's go Forest!!!
The City Ground is a 30,602-capacity all-seater sports stadium which has been the home ground of Nottingham Forest Football Club. It is the 23rd largest club football ground in England.
Love the place better winning against the sheep lol
Not really my thing
The temple of Forest
Best Football club in the Country.
Hospitality in the Castle Club are awesome on a cold Tuesday evening.
Home of Billy Davies who permanently resides in Scotland!!
Neighbours from hell: with Meadow Lane just 300 yards away, the two grounds are the closest professional grounds in Britain.
don't forget to wear Red!