The City Ground is an impressive stadium which has a current capacity of approx 30,000. Three of the stands are reasonably modern with no impaired views, and good facilities. The away fans are normally located in the lower tier of the Bridgford Stand, which is one of the afore mentioned newish stands. Located behind the goal, this particular stand was converted to all-seater following the Taylor report at the start of the 1992/93 season. The stand is unique in that it slopes down at one side, which gives the overall appearance a rather bizarre look. The facilities and refreshments are pretty good because the stand is relatively new. Beer and lager are available on the concourse, however, if you want a swift one at half time, be prepared to go early because the queue gets very big very quickly. All the standard 'footie' food items are offered, at the normal extortionate prices!
The Bridgford Stand is joined to the recently re-named the Brian Clough Stand, which was built in the late 1970?s and early 1980?s following Forests European successes.
The Trent End was built in 1994, and is the newest of the stands. This houses the majority of the vocal Forest fans and is usually full. Obviously, as this stand was only built in '94, the facilities are excellent, and there are no impaired views.
The remaining stand is the 'Main' stand, and nowadays looks a little out of place compared to the rest of the stadium, but the facilities are adequate.