We face Carlisle United at Brunton Park on Saturday and this is your travel guide ahead of the fixture.
Brunton Park opened over 113 years ago and holds 18,202 supporters.
For supporters wishing to enjoy a pre-match drink following the 178-mile drive from Mansfield, Carlisle Rugby Club is next to Brunton Park on Warwick Road and has a club bar which permits away fans.
Furthermore, the Howard Arms, located on Lowther Street, welcomes away fans and is on the way towards the town centre from the stadium.
For those driving to the ground, please use the postcode CA1 1LL into your SatNav.
Carlisle United recommend parking in the Rosehill Industrial Estate, opposite Tesco. This is roughly a 20-minute walk away from the stadium. On-site parking is available for £2.50 per vehicle, but is very limited.
Travelling by train takes around five hours and could include up to four changes at various locations. The cheapest return ticket costs £88.
The easiest and most cost-effective method of transport for this fixture would be travelling with the Stags Supporters’ Association.
Prices for transport to Carlisle United are as follows:
Amber/Junior members: £15
Blue members: £20
The coach will depart the One Call Stadium car park at 8.30am on the morning of the game.
We received an initial allocation of 500 tickets in the Pioneer Foods Stand for the match, however more tickets can be requested if required.
Tickets will be available on the day of the game at Brunton Park, but please note, these will be subject to a £3 increase.
Prices for the encounter are as follows:
|Young person (18-22)||£13|
|Infant (6 and under)||FREE|
|One adult and one junior||£27|
|One adult and two juniors||£35|
|One senior and one junior||£24|
|Wheelchair||£4 (plus free carer)
All categories apart from junior and children are subject to a £3 increase on the day.
Supporters aged 11 and under must be accompanied by a paying adult and under no circumstances will tickets be sold to under 11s unaccompanied.
We have received two sets of wheelchair user tickets and these are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
Ambulant disabled supporters are required to purchase a ticket in the relevant age-related category, but will be eligible to receive a free carer ticket if proof of higher rate disability allowance is provided.
Supporters wishing to purchase tickets can do so by calling our ticket office on 01623 482 482 or by visiting us on Quarry Lane.
Supporters have until 4pm on Friday 01 September to purchase their tickets.