Vegan football team Forest Green Rovers (FGR) has received the United Nations’ “Momentum for Change” climate action award. Vegan football team Forest Green Rovers [FGR] is looking to hire a new head chef to 'continue the club's revolutionary work as the world's first vegan football club'.. It is the world’s first all-vegan football club. The world’s first certified vegan football club, the Forest Green Rovers, has launched a range of vegan school lunches featuring plant-based meats. The League Two side is one of only 15 organisations from around the world to … Its new wooden Eco Park will include a landscaped car park and two grass pitches. Vegan: Dale Vince has banned red meat from the Forest Green Rovers stadium Burgers and sausages have been banned from being sold to fans at Forest Green Rovers football club.
Jade Crawford, head chef at Forest Green Rovers, prepares vegan food (image: Chris Davy/ China Dialogue) Forest Green’s status has also risen sharply, in both football and media terms. Forest Green Rovers went vegan after environmentalist entrepreneur Dale Vince took over the club in 2010. Vegan football club Forest Green Rovers will build the world’s first all-wooden stadium. The Gloucestershire-based squad turned vegan at the end of 2015, after it was bought by …
Forest Green Rovers has been named the "greenest football club in the world". Forest Green Rovers 3 Tranmere Rovers 1: The little club on the hill make the Football League Stroud District Council leader-elect Steve Lydon went to … The club, which is the first-ever completely vegan football team in the UK, received the award in the Climate Neutral Now category after it became the first club in history to work with the UN to go completely carbon neutral. Never has the club played in a higher league, and Vince aims to take it …

The range, called ‘Little Green Devils’, was developed in-house at the football club.