Notts County

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Notts County
Full name
Notts County Football Club
First Season
1862-63
Ground
Meadow Lane (1910-present)
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives



Notts County Football Club is a professional association football club based in Nottingham, England. Founded in 1862, they are the oldest professional association football club in the world, and predate The Football Association itself. The club became one of the 12 founder members of the Football League in 1888. They are nicknamed the "Magpies" due to the black and white color of their home strip, which inspired Italian club Juventus to adopt the colors for their kit in 1903. After playing at different home grounds during their first fifty years, including Trent Bridge, the club moved to Meadow Lane in 1910 and have remained there since. Notts County hold a local rivalry with city neighbors Nottingham Forest, as well as with other nearby clubs such as Mansfield Town.

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