Fan guide | Nottm Forest vs Wolves

Wolves are heading to the East Midlands on Saturday afternoon as Gary O'Neil's side look for a first win in four Premier League outings when his side take on Nottingham Forest.

A sold-out allocation of more than 2,800 tickets have been snapped up by Wolves supporters for the 3pm visit to the City Ground as the Old Gold look to get back to winning ways in the Premier League.

For those making the journey to Nottingham, here is everything you need to know…

Opposition information

Stadium | City Ground

Capacity | 30,445

Address | West Bridgford, Nottingham, NG2 5FJ

Away allocation | 2,833

Ticket information

Tickets for this fixture are sold out.

If you have any issues relating to your tickets prior to matchday, we recommend contacting the Wolves Ticket Office on 03712221877 or by emailing

Travel information

Nottingham railway station has regular rail services from Birmingham and the station itself is roughly a 20-minute walk or ten-minute bus ride from The City Ground. Visit to view your train options.

The City Ground is located a brisk 15-20 minutes’ walk directly form Nottingham City Centre. Regardless of the direction you are coming from, simply follow the signs for Trent Bridge Cricket Ground.

Fans should be aware that, on a matchday, parking at the ground is considerably limited and priority is given to disabled supporters, coaches, players, match and club official.

Please do not park on residential streets around West Bridgford, since controlled parking zones and residents parking schemes are enforced on a matchday, which will result in your receiving a parking ticket and fine.

There are several independent car parks in the area surrounding the City Ground. Wolves supporters are urged to use Just Park to find the best parking spots within walking distance to the stadium.

Click here to view and book the best parking around the stadium.

Travel disruption - trains

There will be planned RMT strike action on this Saturday, that will particularly impact CrossCountry train services between Wolverhampton and Nottingham.

There will be extremely limited services and only one connection back to Wolverhampton post-match. We advise planning your journey ahead, and allowing more time for your journey. 

Flags – Premier League guidance

The safety of all those attending our matches is a priority. Following the Premier League’s consultation with safety and security experts, clubs, football partners and external stakeholders, supporters attending matches will not be permitted to bring Israeli and Palestinian flags into Premier League stadiums for the foreseeable future.

Weather forecast

Cloudy weather and a small change of rain is forecast at kick-off, with temperatures at around 15 degrees Celsius.

A full up-to-date forecast can be found here.

Kit Colours

Nottingham Forest will be in their red home shirt with white shorts. Their goalkeeper will be wearing their blue goalkeeper shirt, with blue shorts.

Wolves will be wearing our blue third shirt and blue shorts. Our goalkeeper will be wearing the yellow third goalkeeper shirt and yellow shorts. 

Stadium information

Turnstiles open around 90-minutes ahead of kick-off at 1.30pm. Supporters are urged to arrive early to avoid any queueing at the turnstiles. 

Visiting supporters are located in the Bridgford Stand. Details of the turnstile/accessible door that you should be using are displayed clearly on your ticket. 

Nottingham Forest has their own procedures on flags and banners in the away section. It is advised that flags larger than 2x1 metres may be declined entry to the stadium. Any flags and banners permitted into the stadium need to have evidence of a fire safety certificate upon entry.

The City Ground is a cashless stadium, so only debit/credit card payments will be accepted for food and drink inside the stadium itself.

The dedicated away pub / bar is the Meadow Lane Sports Bar. This is less than a 10-minute walk from The City Ground and in close proximity to the away turnstiles. 

Security information

Supporters will be searched in line with Nottingham Forest’s policies upon entering the ground. To ensure Forest abide by their commitment to the safety and security of all supporters, the club adopts a strict search policy at the stadium which may cause congestion and long queues at the turnstiles. To ensure that you enter the stadium and take you seat in plenty of time for kick-off, please make sure you allow enough time for any necessary security checks which may include random searches.

Please do not bring large bags or luggage (such as rucksacks/briefcases/suitcases/ suit bags etc.) to The City Ground as they cannot be brought into the Stadium. Please be advised there is no left luggage facility at the stadium.

Backpacks, holdalls, rucksacks, or other similar items of any size, large or small, will not be allowed into the stadium. Small handheld bags, no larger than A4 size (12”x8”x3”) will be accepted and only one bag per person is allowed. It is advised you only bring a bag if it is essential.

Nottingham Forest invites all supporters to enjoy the match in an all-inclusive environment. Please report to a steward if you see foul and abusive language, persistent standing, anti-social behaviour, or any discriminatory behaviour. If you experience any of the above, please report it via text to 60066. Please start your text with the word FOREST and include the stand in which you are sitting.

Access information

The City Ground has 11 wheelchair bays in the away section in the Lower Bridgford Stand. Five wheelchair bays in Block W2, and six wheelchair bays in Block X2. Please be advised that due to the current stadium layout, wheelchair disabled away supporters can only access the stadium via the wheelchair accessible home entrance in the Bridgford Lower stand, where they are then escorted to the away section. 

Should supporters have any queries about this, or require any assistance at all, please email where suitable arrangements can then be made.

Nottingham Forest can provide Audio Descriptive Commentary (ADC) receivers, and these can be booked by emailing, where they will then be delivered to your seat prior to the game. Please ensure to provide your seat details when emailing to book. They advise you to bring your own earphones for this, and they will need to have a 3.5mm jack. They can also provide earphones should they be required. BBC Radio Nottingham also provide live commentary on 103.8FM.

The club does have hearing loops throughout the stadium, and you can ask one of the stewards where the closest one to you is located.

Nottingham Forest welcomes assistance dogs, providing they are made aware in advance. This can be done by emailing, where confirmation will then be provided promptly.

Click here for detailed supporter information for the visit to Nottingham Forest.

The support from Wolves fans at away stadiums is greatly appreciated by everyone at the club. Supporters travelling to away fixtures are asked to ensure they continue to represent the club in a positive manner. Unacceptable behaviour, both at Molineux and on our travels, will be dealt with in line with our acceptable behaviour policy which can be viewed here.