Nottingham Forest a step away from re-entering the Premier League
After 23 years, Nottingham Forest's 'Garibaldi Red' could return to shine on the pitches of the Premier League. They are just a breath away, one small but decisive step to be taken at Wembley Stadium on May 29th, where the Tricky Trees will face Huddersfield Town in the Championship playoff final.
It has been a thrilling season for Nottingham Forest, having racked up some incredible results since Steve Cooper's arrival on the Reds' bench. After frightening the 'big names' in the FA Cup, all the way to the quarter-finals, they'll now be fighting for their right to return to the top flight of English football. On the banks of the Trent, they are used to writing English football history, and the anticipation grows more and more every day.
Grit, passion, team spirit, and determination are the values that led Nottingham Forest to this final, values shared and cherished by Macron. With the Macron Hero on their chest, we accompany the Reds in this challenge with the hope of seeing them play in the highest League next season.
The Premier League has remained in the club's DNA, having won the title as newly promoted in 1978. Boasting an enviable trophy cabinet with 2 Champions Cups, 1 European Super Cup, 2 English Cups, 4 League Cups, and 1 English Super Cup - Nottingham Forest is ready to step back into its rightful league.