This weekend Nottingham Contemporary are hosting a special free showcase celebrating Nottingham Forest’s European Cup wins in partnership with Nottingham City of Football and the Nottingham Post.
Relive the crucial goals, hear the fans’ stories, explore Nottingham in the Seventies – and hear the crowd roar!
See players’ shirts, medals and other memorabilia of this astonishing era in Nottingham Forest’s history – and take your photo with the European Cup.
Then take part in free family football activities for all ages, outside the gallery, with Nottingham Forest in the Community.
This event celebrates the national release of I Believe in Miracles, the eagerly awaited documentary film on an achievement that is still unmatched in football history.
Alongside some of the most exciting footage in football, Nottingham Contemporary will be showing film of Nottingham life in the 1970s.
Nottingham Contemporary is the big green and gold building at Weekday Cross, Lace Market tram stop, five minutes walk up Middle Hill from the Rail Station.
Free for everyone - all ages. Just drop in.
City of Miracles: Stories from the Crowd is open from Saturday 19 to Monday 21 September, 10am-6pm daily.