Overseas-based Nottingham Forest fans are being asked to ‘Stand Up and Be Counted’ for The Reds.
Forest supporters who register at http://po.st/SUBC4NFFC
, will be given the chance to win a trip to a match.
The campaign has been launched by The Football League for all 72 clubs, and asks fans to register their country and city of residence to show their support of their club.
The site includes an overall leader board so fans can see where Forest’s global fan base ranks compared to the other 71 Football League clubs, as well as a map displaying where in the world Reds fans live.
By registering their support for a club, fans have the chance to enter a prize draw to win a trip for two to the United Kingdom, including flights, accommodation and match tickets.
Football League matches and highlights are broadcast in up to 183 territories around the world every week throughout the season.
Commenting on the campaign, Shaun Harvey, chief executive of The Football League said: “Our 72 Football League clubs are at the very heart of their communities, but there are also passionate fans all around the world who follow their team each week through our international television coverage and online.
“We’d encourage any fan around the world to stand up and be counted for their club by registering and helping to move them up the leader board”.