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Away day guide

Here is our comprehensive guide for visiting supporters attending matches at One Call Stadium.

It is advisable to purchase tickets in advance. Tickets on the day are available to purchase only if the original allocation has not been sold before the day of the match.

If you are purchasing tickets on the day from the ticket booth located next to the turnstiles at the North Stand, you can pay by card or cash. If you are collecting tickets purchased from your club, they are also collected from the ticket booth.

All visiting supporters are seated in the North stand, which has a capacity of 1,619.

Ticket prices for the North Stand are as follows:


Price (before matchday)

Price (on matchday)




Senior (65+)



Young adult (18-21)



Junior (13-17)



Junior (7-12)






Family ticket (one adult and one child)



Our ticket office opening hours are...

Monday to Friday: 10am -5pm
Saturday matchdays: 10am – Kick-off
Tuesday matchdays: 10am - Kick-off

In this section, we will help guide you through getting to the stadium via all methods of transport.

Train Travel

There is only one route by train into Mansfield and that is the Worksop train which leaves from Nottingham station. The stop you need is the Mansfield station, not Mansfield Woodhouse.

After leaving the station, walk down the main road past St Peter’s Retail Park, until you see the sign for Portland Retail Park. On your way to the Portland Retail Park you will be able to see the upper tier of the Ian Greaves Stand. Once you are there, you can see the North Stand.

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Coach Travel

Coaches will be directed by stewards into the Portland Retail Park. There will be a £10 charge to park each coach. A receipt will be provided. The relevant postcode for coach drivers is NG18 1HA. Upon arrival, one of our friendly stewards will be able to assist you.

Car Travel

If you are travelling by car from North of Mansfield, then we recommend that you take the M1 exiting at junction 29, then join the A617 towards Mansfield. After around six miles turn right into Rosemary Street, then proceed to Quarry Lane, where you should turn right to arrive at One Call Stadium.

If you are visiting us from the East, then the best route is to take the A617 towards Rainworth and at the crossroads, turn left. After approximately three miles, turn right into Nottingham Road and then take a left turn into Quarry Lane, where you will see One Call Stadium on your right-hand side.

Visitors from the South of the country should take the M1 exiting at junction 28, then take the A38 towards Mansfield. After around six miles turn right into Belvedere Street (at crossroads), then after a quarter of a mile, turn right into Quarry Lane for One Call Stadium.

Finally, if you are travelling from the West, from junction 28 of the M1, take the A38 towards Mansfield. After around six miles, turn right into Belvedere Street (at crossroads), then after a quarter of a mile, take a right turn into Quarry Lane.

The relevant postcode for the ground is NG18 5DA.

Car Parking Spaces – There is no car parking available at One Call Stadium on matchday.

However, there is alternative parking on...

Grove Street, NG18 1EL at 70p per hour.

Robin Hood Line Station, NG18 1HA 70p per hour or a 24hr ticket for £3.00. Disabled parking is free within the designated spaces for blue badge holders.

Watermeadows, NG18 1BA £1 per hour. Disabled parking is free within the designated spaces for blue badge holders.

At One Call Stadium, we have a total of 113 seats for disabled fans, 28 of those being for away supporters.

Ticket prices for disabled supporters are per age category (see 'Tickets' section), however, a person is eligible for a free carer’s ticket if they have:

- Proof of entitlement to the higher rate of the Disability Living Allowance (DLA)

- Proof of entitlement to the enhanced rate of the Personal Independence Payment (PIP)

- A copy of registration documents which certify registered blind status or qualifying documentation from a registered optician equivalent to registration requirements.

We also provide audio descriptive commentary headsets for visually impaired supporters. If you require this equipment, please visit the Kevin Bird Suite entrance on the Ian Greaves Stand side of the ground from 1pm on matchday.

Free tea or coffee will be delivered to our disabled supporters sat in the allocated disabled seating.

We also provide a waiting service at the kiosks, meaning one of our friendly kiosk staff will come along and take your orders just after kick-off. If you require any assistance carrying your order back to your seat, please do not hesitate to ask any member of staff.

Should you need further assistance, please contact our Disability Liaison Officer Alan Lakin via email at

Here at Mansfield Town we aim to give fans the best experience possible, no matter what club they support.

We have a fantastic hospitality package at Mansfield Town, which includes a three-course meal served before kick-off in our 1861 Suite.

Along with this is a chance to win in the raffle, half-time refreshments and an invitation to see the man of the match after the game.

Plus, you will be able to watch the game from our executive seating area located in the Ian Greaves Stand. Book early to avoid disappointment! Our commercial team can be reached on 01623 482 482 (option 3).

At One Call Stadium we provide refreshments at all times during matchday and we take pride in our newly-refurbished Sandy's Bar & Kitchen, along with refreshment kiosks scattered around the ground. The bar is located at the rear of the Ian Greaves Stand, opposite the 3G pitch.

Please bear in mind that if you are a supporter of a rival club you may not be granted entry - this will be included in the club's match preview if this is the case.

The family friendly establishment welcoming away support is the William IV which is just on the outskirts of town.

Pubs can be found closer to the town centre, which is around a 10 minute walk from the stadium. The pubs are friendly and welcoming of most away supporters, but again, supporters of rival clubs may not be granted entrance.

Please see police advice closer to the game for our nominated away day bar - keep updated on Twitter: @MansPolFootball.

When you wish to enter the stand and find your seat, please make your way to the turnstile number on your ticket and show the staff your ticket who will be happy to show you your seat.

Kiosk Prices

Hot Food

Pies £4.00
Sausage roll £2.50
Mushy peas £1.50

Meal Deals

Pie, crisps/choc and a soft/hot drink £6.50
Pie and alcoholic drink £7.00


Bovril/tea/coffee/hot chocolate £2.50
Soft drink £2.50
Water £1.00
Beer/IPA/cider £4.00
Wine £3.50


Crisps/chocolate £1.50
Sweets £2.00

We do allow flags and banners into One Call Stadium. Flags and banners will require a valid fire safety certificate if they are over 2mx1m.

Flagpoles must be less than one metre in length and are only permitted if constructed from lightweight plastic (no metal of any kind).

If you do plan to bring flags and/or banners into the ground, please contact our safety officer Alan Lakin ( at least one week prior to the fixture.

Banners will not be allowed if they display any racist, homophobic or abusive messages or slogans, any offensive pictures, motifs/badges or protest messages.

Banners cannot be positioned to cover any advertising hoarding, stairway, safety notices/signs or seats in use on the day.

Drums will be permitted if they have previous permission from our safety team. They must be fully searchable with a clear skin and will be checked by security on arrival.

Keep up-to-date with all messages for visiting supporters by following the Stags on social media.

Click the links below to access our different social media accounts.


To add us on Snapchat, search 'mtfcofficial.'

You can also find our mascots' Facebook page, 'Sammy and Sally the Stag,' by clicking here.

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