Away Day Guide – Mansfield Town

We’re on the road in Sky Bet League Two tonight with a trip to Field Mill on the cards and Kristine Green’s Away Day Guide includes all the key info supporters making the journey need.

What colour kit will the team be wearing?

We’re in black and white for this game.

What’s the ticket information?

Tickets are available at Field Mill. There is an away ticket office located next to the North Stand turnstiles.

Adult – £22.00

Senior (65+) – £20.00

Young Adult (18-21) – £18.00

Junior (13-17) – £14.00

Child (7-12) – £10.00

Family Ticket (one adult, one child) – £23.00

How do I get to the ground?

The postcode for the stadium is NG18 5DA.

From the North – Exit the M1 at junction 29, take the A617 towards Mansfield. In around six miles turn right onto Rosemary Street then onto Quarry Lane.  The ground is on the right.

From the South – Exit the M1 at junction 28, take the A38 towards Mansfield. In around six miles turn right onto Belvedere Street, in ¼ of a mile turn right onto Quarry Lane.

What stand are we in?

Town fans are in the North Stand. This is a covered stand behind the goal.

When do turnstiles open?

Turnstiles will open an hour before kick-off.

Where is the best place to park?

The ground has very limited parking spaces at £5 per car on a first-come, first-served basis.  It’s advised to find alternative parking.

Grove Street – NG18 1EL – 60p an hour

Robin Hood Line Station NG18 1HA – 70p an hour or £3 for 24 hours.  Designated disabled spaces are free for blue badge holders.

Watermeadows – NG18 1BA – £1 an hour. Designated disabled spaces are free for blue badge holders.

Please note that the surrounding retail parks have ANPR-monitored parking restrictions.

There is some street parking on parts of Nottingham Road and side streets. Keep an eye out for any restrictions.

Is there any disabled parking?

The nearest blue badge parking is at the station but is very popular so likely to fill early.

Watermeadows – also has free disabled parking.

What is the nearest train station to the stadium and what is the approximate distance and walking time?

Mansfield is the nearest station and is just a short walk from the ground.

Recommended pubs for away fans?

The usual pub for away fans near the One Call stadium has now closed.  There are no pubs or bars near the ground serving away fans.

The nearest pub is now William IV on Stockwell gate which is about a 15-minute walk away. It does have some parking and cars can be left there during the game.

The Sir John Cockle on the junction of the A38 and B6014 will also welcome Mariners with families/children.  This is around 25 minutes away.

Alternatively, the town centre has a number of pubs that may accept away fans.

Food available in the area?

The ground is near to retail parks which have a number of food outlets including Nando’s, Bella Italia and Burger King.

Where is the nearest cash machine to the Stadium?

Sainsburys has free-to-use ATMs as does Poundland on St Peter’s Retail park and Mansfield bus station.

What food and drink is available on the concourse at the stadium?

Both hot and cold food and drink items are available inside the ground, including meal deals. Inside the ground accepts cash, card and contactless payments.

The away end will be serving alcohol.

Is there a printed programme?

Mansfield Town do not do a printed or digital programme.

What is the process for supporters looking to bring flags into the stadium?

Large flags (2mx1m) must have safety certificates.  No flags on poles.

To those fans travelling to Field Mill tonight, we wish you all a good trip – see you this evening!



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