Nottingham Forest are delighted to announce that Robin Hood has agreed to return home as official club mascot, re-establishing the link between two icons of Nottingham.
The globally renowned legend of folklore made his professional debut for The Reds in 2007 before leaving in 2015 to pursue a career in acting. Having auditioned for the lead roles in hit TV series 'Arrow' and the upcoming Hollywood blockbuster 'Robin Hood', Robin will now return home to The City Ground on a permanent basis.
Robin, approximately 855-years-old, has a strong association with the club, which he has supported since 1865. He made 215 consecutive home league and cup appearances in the Garibaldi during his initial eight-year spell as mascot.
Having been the inspiration for more than 75 films and TV series, Robin has developed a global fan base of billions of people in every corner of the world and will add experience and leadership to matchdays at The City Ground.
Robin's return to the club coincides with the opening of a brand-new children's activity room located in the Family Stand area of the Peter Taylor Stand, more details of which will be released in the near future.