Supporters who are travelling to watch us in action against Barnet on Saturday (04 February, 3.00pm kick-off) can now take a look at our in-depth travel guide.
With a capacity of 5,176, the club moved from their previous ground Underhill to The Hive Stadium in 2013.
The venue also plays host to the London Bees, who play in the Women’s Super League 2, whilst London Broncos rugby league team also reside there.
The Stags Supporters’ Association will again be providing family-friendly travel to the Stags’ 14th away Sky Bet League Two match of the season.
Prices for travel are as follows:
Amber/junior members: £15
Blue members: £20
To book your place on the coach, please call the SSA’s booking hotline on 07967 689597.
The coach will be departing from the One Call Stadium car park at 9.45am on the morning of the game.
From One Call Stadium, take the A60 towards the M1 and progress on the motorway before taking the exit at junction four.
From there, continue on Edgware Way and the A41, then you will reach your destination, The Hive Stadium.
If you’re making the journey by train, there are four changes at Nottingham, London St Pancras, London Kings Cross and Finsbury Park.
When you’ve reached New Barnet Station, there will be a 24-minute drive to The Hive and fans are advised to phone 0208 449 0000 for a taxi.
There is a big car park at the stadium which costs £5 and has 500 spaces.
However, it only has one exit so delays can be expected post-match. Spaces are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
Alternatively, there’s on-street parking available around the ground, plus Canons Park Tube Station has all-day spaces for £2 on a Saturday.
Match tickets for the clash at The Hive Stadium are now on sale from the Mansfield Town ticket office.
Tickets can be bought in advance, however the remaining tickets after the closing date will be available on the day of the game directly from Barnet.
We have been allocated 300 tickets in the North Stand C for the match and prices are as follows:
Adults (21-64): £23
Senior (65+): £14
Young Adult (17-20): £14
Junior (16 and under): £5
Ambulant disabled supporters, wheelchair users and their carers need to contact Barnet directly on 0208 381 3800 (option 5).
Supporters can park at the ground, but spaces are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis, priced at £5 per vehicle.
Tickets can be purchased in person from the ticket office on Quarry Lane, or via telephone by calling 01623 482 482 [option 1].
Whilst booking tickets, supporters can opt to collect their tickets from The Hive Stadium on the day of the match.
Stags’ fans will be able to purchase tickets on the day of the game from the away turnstiles, but please note, this will be operated as cash only.
Pre-purchased tickets go off sale at 4pm on Friday 03 February from One Call Stadium.
Away supporters are treated to their own bar within the stadium, which is called the Jubilee Bar, located at the back of the Main Stand.
The nearest pub is Moranos – an Irish themed wine bar – on Station Road, which is only a short walk from Canons Park Underground Station.
LAST TIME WE MET
The last meeting between the two sides ended in a 1-0 victory for the Bees thanks to a second half strike from John Akinde on Saturday 10 September.
The big forward’s goal decided a game which was scarce of clear-cut chances. An end-to-end opening 20 minutes finished with defender George Taft being forced off with a hamstring injury and he hasn’t been seen in a Stags’ shirt since as he continues to recover from that muscle injury.
Stags ended the first half in the ascendancy with the combination of winger CJ Hamilton and striker Danny Rose causing problems for the Bees’ defence.
After left-back Mal Benning’s fierce drive was turned behind by a strong hand from Barnet stopper Josh Vickers, striker Matt Green saw his header from the resulting corner cleared off the line.
Despite Stags emerging for the second half with increased vigour as they probed for an opener, it was Barnet who dealt what turned out to be the killer blow on 57 minutes.
After midfielder Mitchell Rose gave the ball away in midfield, Akinde drove past defender Krystian Pearce before planting his shot beyond Scott Shearer in the Stags’ goal.
Stags attempted to salvage something from the match in the remaining half-an-hour, but couldn’t carve out a real chance.
Substitute Darius Henderson came closest as he headed Kevan Hurst’s cross towards goal, but Vickers got down well to hold on to the three points.
The exact distance between One Call Stadium and The Hive Stadium is 129 miles when going via the M1, and takes approximately two hours and 26 minutes.