We have run many competitions on this website & our social media over the years. Here are the results....
In November 2019 there was the chance to win a new Cloughie book: 'Me and My Big Mouth - When Cloughie Sounded Off in TV Times'. It features the regular columns Brian wrote in the TV listings magazine from September 1973 to December 1974, plus lots of background information from author Graham Denton. The book, from Pitch Publishing, retails at £12.99.
To stand a chance of winning the book, entrants had to simply follow our Twitter feed (@1BrianClough) and 'Like' our competition post before 26th November, 2019. When notified, the winner had to supply a UK postal address within 24 hours, or another winner would have been chosen.
Congratulations to Marie McGlinchey from Nottingham
In May 2019, we offered our Twitter followers the chance to win a copy of Trevor Francis' autobiography, marking the 40th anniversary of Cloughie's European Cup victory. 'One In A Million' includes many memories of the Master Manager. This hardback retails for £19.99.
Entrants had to follow us and 'Like' our post before 25th May, 2019. The winner was Steve Beckwith from Chester (@becksmetz).
Thanks for all the entries for the competition to win a copy of the book 'The Church of Stuart Pearce and Other Stories' signed by author Rich Fisher and former Nottingham Forest star Brian Rice, who wrote the foreword.
The answer was that Brian Clough sent Rich a signed football for his twelfth birthday.
The deadline was 2300 on March 20th, 2018.
Congratulations to Gareth Parry from East Leake, Nottinghamshire.
Gareth said: "Many thanks. I was delighted to receive the book in the post - really looking forward to reading it!"
Thanks to everyone who took part in the competition to win a signed copy of the book 'Brian Clough Fifty Defining Fixtures' - by liking our new Facebook page. There's more about the book HERE.
The deadline was midnight on September 15th, 2017.
Congratulations to Vanessa Henderson from Nottingham.
Vanessa said: "It's great to receive the signed book - thank you - it made my weekend!"
Thanks for the entries for the competition to win a signed copy of the Cloughie tribute book 'Champagne Memories'. It tells the story of Colin Shields, who was a close friend of Brian. Colin, who signed the book, was one of the few people besides the players to be allowed on the team coach. He shares many happy memories in this book which retails at £12.99 (you can buy signed copies on this website at a discount price).
The deadline for entries was midnight on November 30th, 2014.
Congratulations to Jim Dodds from Glasgow.
He answered correctly that November 6th, 2014, marked the sixth anniversary of the unveiling of Nottingham's brilliant Cloughie statue.
Read more about Champagne Memories
Thanks for all your entries for the competition to win a special print of the Cloughie statue in Nottingham. The competition was launched to mark what would have been Cloughie's 79th birthday. The eye-catching picture, which brilliantly captures Brian's humour, features part of a well-known Cloughie quote and one of Nottingham's famous residents - a pigeon from the market square.
It's been compiled by Nottingham artist Corrina Rothwell, who based the picture around a photo of the statue, which was unveiled by Mrs Clough after a huge fund-raising campaign by fans.
The quote refers to Cloughie's comment which was originally spotted by this website and placed on the Quotes page for posterity. In an interview following his life-saving operation, he said: "Don't send me flowers when I'm dead. If you like me, send them while I'm alive."
Corrina donated the print as a competition prize for this website. She told us: "Brian Clough's statue is so popular that it just had to be featured in my 'From Nottingham With Love' print series. I'm really pleased with how the image works, with the silhouette of the Watson Fothergill building in the background."
The deadline for entries was midnight on April 21st, 2014.
Congratulations to Karl Jackson of Beccles in Suffolk.
He answered correctly that the statue was unveiled by Mrs Clough on November 6th, 2008. Karl e-mailed to say: "Fantastic news. I've never even won anything on a summer fair tombola - never mind anything as exciting as this. The print will look great on my office wall."
The competition to win a signed copy of Cloughie captain John McGovern's book attracted plenty of entries. Retailing at £18.99, the book describes his working relationship with Cloughie, from their days at Hartlepools United through to the European Cup glory years at Nottingham Forest. He also reveals why he turned down an offer to join the Master Manager at Brighton.
The deadline for entries was midnight on December 1st, 2012.
Congratulations to Kevin Reidy from Athenry, County Galway, Ireland.
He answered correctly that McGovern's weekly wages when he signed for Cloughie at Hartlepools as an apprentice professional were £8. Kevin e-mailed to say: "That's excellent, thank you very much. A fanatical Forest fan has won your competition!"
Thanks for the incredible response to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'The Day I Met Brian Clough' signed by Brian's widow, Barbara, and author Marcus Alton. We received entries from around the world, including Brazil, Canada, Turkey and Sweden - as well as from fans in the UK.
The deadline for entries was midnight on October 13th, 2012.
Congratulations to Brian Farrar from Ontario, Canada.
He answered correctly that the former defender who recalled losing Cloughie's dog was Gary Charles.
There was a superb response to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'The Day I Met Brian Clough' signed by author Marcus Alton.
The deadline for entries was midnight on December 5th, 2011.
Congratulations to Connor Ranby from Newark, Nottinghamshire.
He answered correctly that the former Cloughie player who admits in the book that he poured a bucket of water over the Master Manager is Terry Bell. Connor e-mailed to say: "The book arrived today and I have barely put it down since! Being just 16 I never got to see Mr Clough at his best, but the amount of success he had is legendary. Great book, great manager. I hope he's alright up there - and he'll always be in the top one! Thank you for making my day."
There was a great response to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by Cloughie's captain John McGovern and author Marcus Alton.
The deadline for entries was midnight on August 27th, 2011.
Congratulations to Warren Duncan from Glasgow.
He answered correctly that the famous actor who referred to Cloughie during an interview before the London premiere of his latest film was Tom Hanks.
Read more about the book: Young Man
Thanks for all the entries to our competition to win a copy of the Cloughie book 'All Life's A Game' by Trevor Frecknall.
The deadline for entries was midnight on May 31st, 2011.
Congratulations to Darryl Croft from Nottingham.
He answered correctly that Cloughie's Forest team beat Oldham in the 1989 League Cup Final, when Trevor Frecknall was asked by Brian to carry the cup out of Wembley. After receiving the prize, Darryl e-mailed: "I'd like to say a big, big thank you for the book."
There was a great response to our competition to win a collectable Cloughie key-ring. It features an image of the Great Man, plus his Forest roll of honour on the back. It comes in a presentation box.
The deadline for entries was midnight on April 16th, 2011. There were two prize winners.
Congratulations to Jonathan Redman from Orpington in Kent, who wins the Clough key-ring (above)....and to Srikanth Tirupattur from Bangalore, India, who wins a runner-up prize of a Cloughie statue key-ring.
They answered correctly that Cloughie beat Spurs in his first match in charge of Forest. After receiving the key-ring, Srikanth e-mailed: "Wow, thank you! I am extremely delighted to receive something from the people who really support Cloughie and not just make a Facebook page about him. Thank you so much. You have made my day!"
Thanks for all the entries to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by Cloughie legends Kenny Burns and Steve Hodge, along with author Marcus Alton.
The deadline for entries was midnight on February 19th, 2011.
Congratulations to Liam Buggy of Navan in County Meath, Ireland.
He answered correctly that Cloughie fined Kenny Burns £50 for a bad pass. After receiving the signed book, Liam emailed: "Thank you. Just finished reading the book. It was an absolutely brilliant read and brought back such great memories of the great man. Well done and thank you very much."
To celebrate this website's tenth anniversary, we ran a competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by Barbara Clough (who wrote the foreword) and author Marcus Alton.
The deadline for entries was midnight on November 27th, 2010.
Congratulations to Mary Calleja of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, UK.
She answered correctly that in our exclusive video interview with Peter Shilton his final words are "it was a dual thing, really." Mary emailed: "Thanks so much for the prize, which arrived in perfect condition. It's also a perfect Christmas present."
Thanks for the entries to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by author Marcus Alton. This time, entries were received through our twitter page only.
The deadline for entries was midnight on July 11th, 2010.
Congratulations to Steve Bennett of Stoke-on-Trent, UK.
He tweeted us with a Direct Message naming his top Cloughie international players, including Peter Shilton, Roy Keane and John Robertson.
There were many entries to our competition to win a copy of the book 'A Right Pair' signed by the author, Maurice Edwards, who was Cloughie's Chief Scout.
The deadline for entries was midnight on May 29th, 2010.
Congratulations to Wendy Barbe of Great Linford, Milton Keynes, UK.
She answered correctly that Gary Newbon wrote the foreword of Maurice Edwards' book. Wendy e-mailed: "What an excellent surprise, and the book arrived safely today. It will be treasured."