As the Stags host Luton Town later today (17 April, 3pm kick-off), supporters visiting One Call Stadium can buy the latest edition of The Stag for just £3.
In another information-packed issue of our official matchday programme, towering Stags’ centre-back George Taft hits the headlines in the feature-length interview.
The 23-year-old Leicester-born defender reveals his determination to make the most of the remaining Sky Bet League Two season, having recently resumed his first-team duties following a lengthy injury lay-off.
From academy news, Stags’ senior professional development coach Richard Cooper answers the Q&A in a special interview, sharing his coaching mantra as well as memories of being at Nottingham Forest as a young player.
And under 18s’ manager John Dempster explains how important it is for his players to take one game at a time during their title chase, as our youth side are on the verge of retaining their EFL Youth Alliance title with three games remaining.
Do you know who bought Chelsea FC for just £1 in 1982? Find the answers to 15 such football trivia questions in our regular quiz segment.
A goal scored directly from a corner-kick is always a sight to behold. But when is a team allowed to score in this manner? Learn all about it as The Stag explains corner kicks in its ‘Laws of the Game’ section.
Additionally, the ‘One Game Wonders’ series continues, where journalist Tathagata Mukherjee retraces the nomadic footballing life of ex-England under 16 winger Goma Lambu, who played once for Mansfield in 2005.
Moreover, club historian Paul Taylor picks eight historic programme covers, highlighting the Stags-Hatters rivalry over the decades.
And if you find manager Steve Evans' signature on page six of your copy of The Stag, you'll be eligible for receive two FREE tickets for our final home game of the season against Portsmouth.
Simply take your signed copy of our programme to the ticket office and they will verify the signature and give you two free tickets.
The Stag can be bought for only £3 from the merchandise stall, the ticket office or any programme vendor around the stadium on matchday.