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Records

Most appearances for the club (in all competitions):

    Bob McKinlay: 692 
    Ian Bowyer: 564 
    Steve Chettle: 526 
    Stuart Pearce: 522 

Most goals for the club (in all competitions):

    Grenville Morris: 217 
    Nigel Clough: 131 
    Wally Ardron: 124 
    Johnny Dent: 122 

Current longest-serving player: Chris Cohen (Debut: September 2007) 

Highest home attendance: 49,946 vs Manchester United in Division 1, 28 October 1967 

Lowest home attendance: 5,050 vs Macclesfield Town in the Football League Cup, 23 August 2005 

Record receipts: £499,099 vs Bayern Munich in UEFA Cup quarter-final second leg, 19 March 1996 

Longest sequence of league wins: 7 wins from 9 May 1922 to 1 September 1922 

Longest sequence of league defeats: 14 losses from 21 March 1913 to 27 September 1913 

Longest sequence of unbeaten league matches: 42 from 26 November 1977 to 25 November 1978 

Longest sequence of league games without a win: 19 from 8 September 1998 to 16 January 1999 

Longest sequence of league games without a goal: 7 from 13 December 2003 to 7 February 2004 and 26 November 2011 to 31 December 2011 

Quickest goal:
    League: 14 seconds, Jack Lester vs Norwich City, 8 March 2000 
    League Cup: 23 seconds, Paul Smith vs Leicester City, 18 September 2007 in the Carling Cup.* 

First Football League game: 3 September 1892 vs Everton (away), 2–2 

Record win (in all competitions): 14–0 vs Clapton (away), 1st round FA Cup, 17 January 1891 

Record defeat (in all competitions): 1–9 vs Blackburn Rovers, Division 2, 10 April 1937 

Most league points in one season: 94, Division 1, 1977–1978 

Most league goals in one season: 101, Division 3, 1950–1951 

Highest league scorer in one season: Wally Ardron, 36, Division 3 (South), 1950–51 

Most internationally-capped player: Stuart Pearce, 76 for England (78 total) 

Youngest league player: Craig Westcarr, 16 years, vs Burnley 13 October 2001 

Record transfer fee paid: £6,200,000 for Britt Assombalonga from Peterborough United, August 2014. 

Record transfer fee received: £15,000,000 for Britt Assombalonga to Middlesbrough, July 2017

* By agreement with Leicester City. The game was a replay as the original match three weeks previous was abandoned at half time, due to the collapse of Leicester player Clive Clarke, with Forest leading 1–0.