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Forest are at home to Birmingham this weekend

Everything you need to know ahead of Nottingham Forest’s clash with Birmingham City Nottingham Forest are at home again in the Skybet Championship season this weekend as they host Birmingham City. Here is all the essential information you need ahead of the game. When and where is it happening? Saturday, August 25 at the City Ground in Nottingham, kick-off at 5.30pm. Who’s playing? Nottingham Forest face Birmingham looking to maintain their unbeaten start to the season, while Birmingham are still looking for their first win. How to get there Nottingham station is a 20 minute walk from the ground. Nearest bus stop is Victoria Embankment, served by numerous routes, including Nottingham City Transport’s Navy line services 1, 1A, 1B, 3, 4, and Green line services 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 9B, 10, 10C, 10X, 11, 11C and N6, and TrentBarton’s Cotgrave and Keyworth routes. The nearest tram stops are Queens Walk and Station Street. Tram park and ride runs from Clifton South, Toton Lane and Phoenix Park. Where to park Park in the official Nottingham Forest allocated car parks at Meadow Lane (Notts County FC) - £3 per car, Victoria Embankment - £4 per car ( limited availability), County Hall (Nottinghamshire County Council) - £5 per car, £12 per minibus and £20 per coach. Cattlemarket Pay & Display - £3 per car, Lady Bay Sports Ground (Nottingham RFC) - £5 per car. Controlled parking zones and residents parking schemes are enforced on residential streets and roads arounds the ground on match days. Nearest pubs The Southbank Bar, Trent Bridge Inn (home supporters only), Larwood & Voce (home supporters only), The Embankment, Brewhouse & Kitchen, Trent Navigation Inn and Hooters near to the station. The Meadow Bar at Notts County is a designated away fans bar. How to get tickets Call the ticket office on 0115 982438, email or go online at Further information Call the club on 0115 9824388 or visit the website at

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