Nottingham Forest


The home strip was unchanged from 1990-91. Forest made the finals of the Rumbelows Cup and ZDS Cup, wearing red against the blue strips of Manchester United (loss) and Southampton (win) respectively.
As usual, red alternative shorts worn away to teams in white shorts and - due to a Brian Clough superstition - Tottenham Hotspur, including the Rumbelows Cup semi-final second leg.
Forest met Bolton Wanderers en route to the Rumbelows Cup final - while there was a socks-clash, necessitating the usage of the white away set, they opted to switch to red shorts too.
Another red-red-white mashup, in the FA Cup defeat to Portsmouth - however, on this occasion, the socks from the 1989-91 change kit were used.
Once again, Umbro went with a white change shirt, though the red collar made this look less like a Derby County top than its predecessor.
Unusually, the socks from the previous away kit were worn in the 2-1 win away to Manchester United on Easter Monday.
Home socks worn against West Ham United. The fabric of the shirt featured the word 'Forest' in the shape of the Umbro diamond.
Home shorts made for an all-white look at Sheffield United.
With Southampton having black shorts and white socks, Forest wore the home sets when they went to the Dell.
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