Season-by-Season Results

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
Season-by-Season Results Table
Season Squad Country Comp LgRank Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
2019-2020Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. Championship13th412164+2527,437Lewis Grabban - 2Arijanet Muric
2018-2019Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. Championship9th461715146154+76628,144Lewis Grabban - 16Costel Pantilimon
2017-2018Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. Championship17th46158235165-145324,680Kieran Dowell - 9Jordan Smith
2016-2017Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. Championship21st46149236272-105120,333Britt Assombalonga - 14Vladimir Stojković
2015-2016Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. Championship16th461316174347-45519,676Nélson Oliveira - 9Dorus de Vries
2014-2015Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. Championship14th461514177169+25923,492Britt Assombalonga - 15Karl Darlow
2013-2014Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. Championship11th461617136764+36522,630Andy Reid - 9Karl Darlow
2012-2013Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. Championship8th461716136359+46723,082Billy Sharp - 10Lee Camp
2011-2012Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. Championship19th46148244863-155021,970Garath McCleary - 9Lee Camp
2010-2011Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. Championship6th462015116950+197523,275Lewis McGugan - 13Lee Camp→ Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
2009-2010Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. Championship3rd462213116540+257923,831Robert Earnshaw - 15Lee Camp→ Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
2008-2009Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. Championship19th461314195065-155322,229Robert Earnshaw - 12Paul Smith
2007-2008Nottingham Foresteng ENG3. League One2nd46221686432+328219,956Junior Agogo - 13Paul SmithPromoted
2006-2007Nottingham Foresteng ENG3. League One4th462313106541+248220,617Grant Holt - 14Paul Smith→ Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
2005-2006Nottingham Foresteng ENG3. League One7th461912156752+156920,257Nathan Tyson - 10Paul Gerrard
2004-2005Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. Championship23rd46917204266-244423,565Gareth Taylor - 7Paul GerrardRelegated
2003-2004Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. First Division14th461515166158+36024,751Andy Reid - 13Darren Ward
2002-2003Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. First Division6th462014128250+327424,437David Johnson - 25Darren Ward→ Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
2001-2002Nottingham Foresteng ENG2. First Division16th461218165051-15420,944Stern John - 13Darren Ward
1998-1999Nottingham Foresteng ENG1. Premiership20th3879223569-343024,415Dougie Freedman - 9Dave BeasantRelegated
1996-1997Nottingham Foresteng ENG1. Premiership20th38616163159-283423,233Kevin Campbell, Alf-Inge Håland - 6Mark CrossleyRelegated
1995-1996Nottingham Foresteng ENG1. Premiership9th381513105054-45825,953Jason Lee, Bryan Roy... - 8Mark Crossley
1994-1995Nottingham Foresteng ENG1. Premiership3rd42221197243+297722,079Stan Collymore - 23Mark Crossley→ UEFA Cup via league finish
1992-1993Nottingham Foresteng ENG1. Premiership22nd421010224162-214021,910Nigel Clough - 10Mark CrossleyRelegated

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