Football pitches in: Nottingham

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    JOHN CARROLL LEISURE CENTRE
    DENMAN STREET, NOTTINGHAM, NG7 3PS (0.7 miles)
    No grass pitchesArtificial pitches: 1Floodlit pitches: 1Changing roomsParking availablePublic booking available
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    THE FOREST RECREATION GROUND
    THE FOREST RECREATION GROUND GREGORY BOULEVARD, NOTTINGHAM, NG7 6LD (0.8 miles)
    Grass pitches: 4Artificial pitches: 2Floodlit pitches: 2Changing roomsParking availablePublic booking available
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    DJANOGLY CITY ACADEMY NOTTINGHAM (11 TO 14 CENTRE)
    Gregory Boulevard, Nottingham, NG7 6ND (0.9 miles)
    Grass pitches: 1No artificial pitchesNo floodlit pitchesChanging roomsParking availablePublic booking available
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    SYCAMORE ACADEMY
    ABBOTSFORD DRIVE, NOTTINGHAM, NG3 4QP (0.9 miles)
    Grass pitches: 1No artificial pitchesNo floodlit pitchesNo changing roomsParking availableNo public bookings available
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    KING EDWARDS PARK
    30 DAKEYNE STREET, NOTTINGHAM, NG3 2AR (1.1 miles)
    Grass pitches: 1No artificial pitchesNo floodlit pitchesNo changing roomsNo parking availablePublic booking available
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    UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM (JUBILEE CAMPUS SPORTS CENTRE)
    UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM INNOVATION PARK, JUBILEE SPORTS CENTRE TRIUMPH ROAD, NOTTINGHAM, NG7 2TU (1.1 miles)
    No grass pitchesArtificial pitches: 1Floodlit pitches: 1Changing roomsParking availablePublic booking available
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About Nottingham

Located in the heart of the East Midlands and an important industrial centre, Nottingham is most famous for the legend of Robin Hood and his Merry Men.
These days, its two large universities make it more popular with students than outlaws. It also has a long sporting history.

It’s home to one of the world’s oldest professional football clubs, Notts County, which was founded in 1862 but has remained largely outside top level football. Nottingham’s other major football team has fared better: Nottingham Forest belongs to the Football League Championship.

The stadiums used by the two teams are situated on opposite sides of the River Trent, a mere 300 yards away from each other. This makes Nottingham Forest’s City Ground and Notts County’s Meadow Lane the closest professional stadiums in England.

Nottingham’s position in English football was acknowledged by the fact that it was a candidate for host city in England’s 2018 FIFA World Cup bid.

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