For club and country

Donate to plant 100 trees in memory of the Forest players who fought in the First World War.

Did you know?

Forest player Tim Coleman received the Military Medal for his bravery in the First World War.

Featured footballer

William Fiske

William Fiske was signed by Nottingham Forest from Blackpool in 1914. Having served previously in the Norfolk Regiment, Fiske was recalled to the army at the start of the war. Whilst on leave from the front he played several games for Forest during the 1914/15 season. In 1918 he was killed serving with the 8th Battalion Border Regiment. His body was never recovered and he is commemorated on the Soissons Memorial to the Missing.

Players who served and died

Forest legend John McGovern and some of the club's current stars remember those players who made the ultimate sacrifice:

Find out more about this club at Football and the First World War.

Our ambassador

Sir Trevor Brooking

"In partnership with the Woodland Trust and the National Football Museum, we’re aiming to plant thousands of trees in commemoration to create living memorials for your footballing heroes in beautiful woodlands for future generations to enjoy."

Not your club? Check out our list of football clubs involved in the First World War or donate to the National Football Museum's appeal.

For club and country