Nottingham Forest Salaries 2019/20 (Weekly Wages)

Nottingham Forest Salaries

Nottingham Forest Salaries 2019/20 (Weekly Wages)

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Nottingham Forest is a professional football club based in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England. Forest started in 1865 and have played home matches at the City Ground since 1898. They compete in the Championship, the second tier of English football.

Forest won the FA Cup in 1898 and 1959. Their best period between 1976 and 1982 under Brian Clough and Peter Taylor. They won the 1977–78 Football League title followed by the 1979 and 1980 European Cups.

Nottingham Forest information

Notttingham Forest nicknames are the Forest, The Reds and the tricky trees. Forest play at City Ground which hosts 30,445 fans there.

The Reds most fierce rivalry is with Derby County,  who are 14 miles away. The derby is called the East Midlands derby. Leicester City are Forest’s other local rival due to the close proximity of the two cities.

Forest also have a rivalry with Sheffield United, who are based in another nearby county of South Yorkshire. The rivalry has roots in the UK miners’ strike of 1984–85. Basically, when the miners of South Yorkshire county were under strike for a long time, some Nottinghamshire miners insisted on continuing to work.  Thus undermining (excuse the pun) South Yorkshire’s efforts during strike.

Nottingham Forest Salaries 2019/20 (Weekly Wage)

Who is earning the most at Nottingham Forest?

Nottingham Forest players salaries for 2018/19 season.

Nottingham Forest Salaries 2019/20

Nottingham Forest Salaries 2019/20

The average weekly-wage is just under £20k per-week in the Championship. Unfortunately, clubs don’t release their wage bill information but we have provided transfer market value of players based on TransferMarkt ratings.

Here are the current wages of Nottingham Forest Salaries 2019/20 season.

Nottingham Forest Salaries 2019/20

#PlayerPosSalaries Annual
1Costel PantilimonGK£1m
41Arijanet MuricGK£ N/A
15Brice SambaGK£N/A
12Jordan SmithGK£175k
42Joe WorrallCB£N/A
28Thomas LamCB£1.13m
3Tobias FigueiredoCB£400k
20Michael DawsonCB£800k
4Danny FoxLB£900k
18Jack RobinsonLB£900k
29Juan Rafael FuentesLB£900k
31Carl JenkinsonRB£2.3m
27Tendayi DarikwaRB£1.35m
6Jack ColbackDM£3m
26Liam BridcuttDM£1.m
14Claudio YacobCM£1.25m
5Matty CashLM£900k
8Ben WatsonCM£900k
11Ben OsbornLM£2.50m
10João CarvalhoAM£2.25m
19Diogo GonçalvesLW£2.25m
35Jamie WardLW£900k
El Arbi Hillel SoudaniRW£3.38m
Gboly AriyibiRW£450k
23Joe LolleyRW£450k
16Zach CloughST£2.25m
17Albert AdomahRW£1.30m
7Lewis GrabbanCF£2.70m
9Sammy AmoebiCF£520m
39Apostolos VelliosCF£900k

Nottingham Forest titles and honours

Domestic

League
First Division
Winners: 1977–78
Runners-up (2): 1966–67, 1978–79

Second Division

Winners (3): 1906–07, 1921–22, 1997–98
Runners-up (2): 1956–57, 1993–94
Promoted (1): 1976–77

Third Division
Winners (1): 1950–51 (South)
Runners-up (1): 2007–08
Football Alliance
Winners (1): 1891–92

Cups

FA Cup
Winners (2): 1897–98, 1958–59
Runners-up (1): 1990–91

Football League Cup
Winners (4): 1977–78, 1978–79, 1988–89, 1989–90
Runners-up (2): 1979–80, 1991–92

FA Charity Shield
Winners (1): 1978
Runners-up (1): 1959

Full Members Cup
Winners (2): 1988–89, 1991–92

Football League Centenary Tournament
Winners (1): 1988–89

European

European Cup/UEFA Champions League

Winners (2): 1978–79, 1979–80

UEFA Super Cup
Winners (1): 1979

Runners-up (1): 1980

Worldwide
Intercontinental Cup
Runners-up (1): 1980

Minor
Anglo-Scottish Cup
Winners (1): 1977

Nottingham Forest all-time records

Most appearances for the club (in all competitions): 692 – Bob McKinlay (1951–1970).

Most goals for the club (in all competitions): 217 – Grenville Morris (1898–1913).

Highest attendance: 49,946 Vs. Manchester United in Division 1, 28 October 1967.

Lowest attendance: 4,030 Vs. Morecambe F.C. in the Football League Cup, 13 August 2008.

Record receipts: £499,099 Vs. FC Bayern Munich in UEFA Cup quarter final 2nd leg, 19 March 1996.

Longest run of league wins: 7, wins from 9 May 1922 to 1 September 1922.

The Longest run of league defeats: 14, losses from 21 March 1913 to 27 September 1913.

The Longest run of unbeaten league matches: 42, from 26 November 1977 to 25 November 1978.

Youngest league player: Craig Westcarr, 16 years, Vs. Burnley 13 October 2001.

Oldest league player: Des Walker, 38 years 254 days, Vs. Wigan Athletic 7 August 2004.

Largest transfer fee paid: £13,200,000 to Benfica for João Carvalho.

Largest transfer fee received: £15,000,000 from Middlesbrough for Britt Assombalonga.

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