With Forest they won the 1977–78 Football League title followed by the 19 European Cups.
They also won two Football League Cups at Forest together.
They were quickly promoted back two years later as champions having scored a record 110 goals in the 1950–51 season. Johnny Quigley's solitary 1958-59 FA Cup semi final goal beat Aston Villa.
Billy Walker's Forest beat Luton Town 2–1 in the 1959 FA Cup Final.
Forest instead joined the Football Alliance in 1889.
They won the competition in 1892 before then entering the Football League.
In 1865 a group of Shinty players met at the Clinton Arms on Nottingham's Shakespeare Street.In the third season after promotion they were relegated as the division's bottom club in 1924–25.They remained in the second tier until relegation in 1949 to the Football League Third Division.In 1919, the Football League First Division was to be expanded from twenty clubs to twenty-two in time for the 1919–20 Football League: Forest were one of eight clubs to campaign for entry but received only three votes.Arsenal and Chelsea gained the two additional top tier slots.