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Sport on BBC Radio Nottingham

BBC Radio Nottingham is the place for you to hear all the latest news and commentary on the area's major teams.

The station broadcasts on 103.8 FM, 95.5 FM and 1584 AM, DAB Digital Radio and online at, although some sporting events cannot be streamed online for contractual reasons.

Our top team of commentators will bring you footballing action from Nottingham Forest, Notts County and Mansfield Town, as well as the best from the rest of the area's sporting action including the latest from National One rugby union side Nottingham and ice hockey news from Nottingham Panthers.

Nottingham Forest are broadcast on 103.8 FM and 1584 AM with Notts County on 95.5 FM and DAB Digital Radio, while you can hear Stags' away league matches online at

And you can see the best of the action on East Midlands Today on BBC One at 1830 BST on Mondays and the day after any midweek matches.

This summer, BBC Radio Nottingham will bring you half-hourly updates on Nottinghamshire's progress in cricket's County Championship, as well as ball-by-ball commentary on all of the county's Twenty20 Cup matches.

Frequencies & times may change

Saturday, 25 April 2009 1200 BST - Matchday

Live from Connecticut ahead of Carl Froch's world title defence against Jermain Taylor in the early hours of Sunday morning, and featuring full commentary on Blackpool v Nottingham Forest (1230 kick-off) and Notts County v Dagenham and Redbridge (1500).

Sunday, 26 April 2009 0130 BST - Fight Night

Live from Connecticut, with coverage of Carl Froch against Jermain Taylor for the WBC super-middleweight world title fight.

Saturday, 2 May 2009 1330 BST - Matchday

Featuring full match commentary on Wycombe Wanderers v Notts County.

Sunday, 3 May 2009 1230 BST - Matchday

Featuring full match commentary on Nottingham Forest v Southampton.

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