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Matchday information: Stags vs Notts County (1pm)

15 April 2016

All the information you'lll need ahead of Saturday's local derby at home to Notts County (kick-off 1pm).

HOW DO I GET TO ONE CALL STADIUM?
Supporters opting to travel by car from Nottingham are advised to take the A60 route, which takes approximately 45 minutes. 

From Meadow Lane, head past the Motorpoint Arena towards Mansfield, progress through Sherwood and follow the A60 onto Nottingham Road, towards Quarry Lane, where you will see signs for the stadium.

There are trains operating every half-an-hour on Saturday from Nottingham to Mansfield. It is around a five-minute walk from Mansfield station (not Mansfield Woodhouse) to the ground, and the floodlights are are visible from the platforms. Nottinghamshire police have confirmed to us that two additional carriages will be in operation from Mansfield to Nottingham at the following departure times: 15.10BST & 15.40BST.

If you plan to get here by bus from Nottingham, they can be boarded from the Victoria Bus Station in Bay 2, and depart every ten minutes. It is a ten minute walk from Mansfield bus station to the ground.

WHERE CAN I CAN BUY A PROGRAMME?
Our 76-page matchday programme, ‘The Stag’, is full of a range of features on both Mansfield Town and Notts County and you can purchase a copy for just £3 from our ticket office on Quarry Lane, the merchandise stall outside the Sandy Pate Sports Bar, or any of our programme vendors around the ground.



WHERE CAN I GO BEFORE THE GAME?
Supporters are advised that due to capacity restrictions, the popular Sandy Pate Sports Bar will only be open to home supporters before and after the match. The Sandy Pate Sports Bar will be open from 8am, serving bacon and sausage cobs.

Furthermore, the Kevin Bird Suite will also not be open to fans due to the room being used for hospitality purposes.

TICKET AND TURNSTILE INFO:
Stags’ fans can 'pay on the day' at our matchday ticket office on Quarry Lane, although pre-purchasing is advised via www.stagstickets.co.uk or by visiting us this week at our ticket office on Quarry Lane, Mansfield. 

Please note that cash turnstiles will not be in operation on the day of the game and you will have to visit the ticket office to purchase your tickets.

No tickets are available on the day of the match for Notts County supporters and visiting supporters should not travel to the stadium without a ticket. Notts County have sold their allocation in the North Stand as of Wednesday 13 April.

The turnstiles will be opened at midday for the 1pm kick-off and the concourses will be serving food and drink refreshments throughout the afternoon.


WHERE CAN I PICK UP MY TICKETS?
Supporters can collect their pre-purchased tickets from the ticket office on Quarry Lane. Valid ID must be shown upon collection. 

Sponsors, press and hospitality guests can collect their tickets and gain entry to the stadium from the Kevin Bird Suite entrance, at the rear of the Ian Greaves Stand, next to the merchandise stall.



WHERE CAN I PARK?
Car parking at One Call Stadium will be extremely limited on matchday and you are urged to get to the venue as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

Parking spaces will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis at the price of £5.

Please note that supporters should not park in Portland Retail Park at the back of the North Stand. There will be a risk of a fine for cars parked in this retail park which exceed the maximum stay.

We would advise you to click here to view other parking sites close to the ground.

POLICE NOTICE:
Nottinghamshire Police have said that they will be proactive in preventing pyrotechnics being taken into the ground. Spectators can expect to be searched by either club stewards or police officers. It is illegal to enter One Call Stadium in the possession of pyrotechnics.


NORTH STAND GATE NOTICE:
Both Mansfield and Notts' fans are reminded that the gate between the Ian Greaves Stand and the North Stand will be locked shortly after 1pm and will re-open 20 minutes after the final whistle for purposes of safety and to ease congestion.

Finally, we hope all supporters have a safe and enjoyable afternoon with us at One Call Stadium and look forward to welcoming you on future occasions.

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