This is the definitive guide for all first time visitors to One Call Stadium.
• Where can I buy tickets?
Those wishing to purchase tickets for any home match at One Call Stadium can purchase tickets from our ticket office on Quarry Lane, either in person or via telephone on 01623 482 482.
All of our ticket prices can be found here.
• How do I get to One Call Stadium?
We have in-depth directions to One Call Stadium on our Visit Us page.
• Where can I buy a replica shirt?
Those wishing to purchase any Stags’ merchandise can visit the club shop on Quarry Lane or the merchandise stall outside the Sandy Pate Sports Bar.
The club shop is situated next to the ticket office at the rear of the Quarry Lane End, whilst the merchandise stall, which is behind the Ian Greaves Stand and only open on matchdays, stocks a range of items.
• Can I get something to eat and drink before the match?
The Sandy Pate Sports Bar is open from 8am on a home matchday and they serve breakfast until 11am. After that, the food counter will have chip cobs, curry, hotdogs, burgers and mushy peas available to purchase until kick-off.
• Can I park at the ground?
We have 130 car parking spaces at One Call Stadium but there are none available on matchday as they sell out very quickly.
The best place to park on matchdays, apart from One Call Stadium, is the dairy crest which is located approximately 300 yards further on, towards Sheepbridge Lane. These spaces cost £3 and every penny is donated to charity.
To book a car parking space at One Call Stadium, please call the club on 01623 482 482 in advance.
• Where can I buy a matchday programme?
Our 80-page matchday programme, The Stag, is available from various outlets around the ground.
We have a number of programme sellers dotted around the ground before the game, before they enter the stand once the match kicks off and they’ll be selling until the end of half-time.
Furthermore, The Stag is available to purchase for just £3 from the club shop on Quarry Lane, the Sandy Pate Sports Bar or the merchandise stall behind the Ian Greaves Stand.