Supporters visiting One Call Stadium this Saturday (11 March, 3pm kick-off) for the high-profile clash against Plymouth Argyle can buy a copy of The Stag, our matchday programme, for just £3.
In the latest edition of The Stag, midfield dynamo Joel Byrom shares his thoughts on the side’s play-off tilt in the main interview.
A League Two promotion-winner with Northampton Town last season, the 30-year-old evaluates Mansfield’s recent run of form in the league, which has propelled them to within two points of the top-seven.
Moreover, you can read all about why Programme Monthly recently declared our official matchday programme joint runners-up alongside Hartlepool United in their Sky Bet League Two Programme of the Year awards.
In academy news, under 21s’ centre-back Bradley Peace-McDonald answers the Q&A, where the youngster recalls his time playing for Swedish outfit Bodens BK last year.
And under 18s’ chief John Dempster speaks about the club’s first-year scholars, urging them to continue their high levels of performance on the pitch to nail a spot in the team next season.
Furthermore, in the popular ‘Laws of the Game’ segment, The Stag answers frequently asked questions about penalty kicks.
Do you know the names of all four players to have played in the Premier League since 1992 whose surnames end with the letter ‘J’? Our quiz reveals this answer, along with other brain-racking football trivia.
Finally, the ‘one game wonders’ series continues, with journalist Tathagata Mukherjee profiling former Stags’ striker Nick Langford.
The forward featured for the Stags once in 2008 as a 16-year-old, and has since enjoyed relative success playing both football and cricket.
The Stag can be bought for just £3 from the ticket office, the merchandise stall or any of our programme vendors around the stadium on Saturday.