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Travel guide: Doncaster Rovers

6 April 2017

Club News

Travel guide: Doncaster Rovers

6 April 2017

Supporters who are travelling to the Keepmoat Stadium for Saturday's game against Doncaster Rovers can read our in-depth travel guide on the fixture.


Doncaster play their home games at the Keepmoat Stadium, which has a capacity of 15,231.


Stags Supporters’ association will be providing a bus for the short trip to South Yorkshire and there’s still time to secure your spot. 

Prices for the trip are as follows: 
Members: £10 
Non-members: £15 

The coach will depart from the One Call Stadium car park at 11.30am on the morning of the game.


Get on the M1 at junction 29 before merging onto the M18 at junction 32. 

After 10 miles, take exit three onto the A6182 before taking the first exit at the roundabout onto White Rose Way. 

Take the first exit at the next roundabout before turning right onto Stadium Way, where you will reach your destination.


The journey from Mansfield to Doncaster requires only one change – at Worksop – however the trip will take approximately two-and-a-half hours and the station is around a 25 minute walk from the ground.


There are 1,000 parking spaces available at the stadium at a cost of £5 per car, however these are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.


Advanced tickets can be purchased in person from our ticket office on Quarry Lane, or via telephone on 01623 482 482. 

Please note, pay-on-the-day facilities will be available at the Keepmoat Stadium should supporters wish to purchase tickets on the day of the match, with no price increase. 

Prices for the match are as follows: 

Adults: £20 
Seniors (60+): £16 
Young person (17-21): £12 
Juniors (12-16): £8 
Children (11 and under): £5 

Ambulant disabled supporters and wheelchair users are required to purchase a ticket in the relevant agerelated category, whilst their carer will receive a free ticket. 

Tickets will go off-sale at 2.00pm on Friday 07 April.


Due to the fact that the stadium is on the outskirts of town, there aren’t too many drinking venues close to the ground. 

However, there is The Lakeside, a Beefeater outlet, near to Stadium Way.


The last meeting between the two sides ended in a 1-1 draw at One Call Stadium on New Year’s Eve. 

Stags got a deserved opener on 59 minutes when left-back Mal Benning’s drive from distance was delicately flicked home by striker Matt Green from 10 yards out. 

Rovers’ leveller came in the 77th minute when Stags’ ‘keeper Scott Shearer made a good save from Liam Mandeville but the Glaswegian then brought down Tommy Rowe as he collected the rebound. 

Youngster Mandeville stepped up and sent Shearer the wrong way to secure a share of the spoils for Darren Ferguson’s side.


The exact distance between One Call Stadium and the Keepmoat Stadium is 34 miles, taking approximately 50 minutes to drive.

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