Supporters who are making the trip to Gloucestershire to see us in action against Cheltenham Town on Saturday (04 March, 3.00pm kick-off) can read our in-depth travel guide to the fixture.
Cheltenham play their home games at The LCI Rail Stadium, formerly known as Whaddon Road.
Built in 1927 with a current capacity of 7,066, its record attendance is 8,326 for a game against Reading in 1956.
Fans are again encouraged to enjoy the atmosphere on the coach with the Stags Supporters’ Association.
Prices for the trip are as follows:
Amber/junior members: £15
Blue members: £20
The coach will be leaving the One Call Stadium car park at 10.15am on the morning of the game.
To book your space on the coach, please call the SSA’s booking hotline on 07967 689597.
To get to Whaddon Road from One Call Stadium, follow the M1 to the A42 in Leicestershire, continue onto the M5 in Gloucestershire before taking exit five.
Continue on the A4019 and then take St Paul’s Road to The LCI Rail Stadium.
To get to Cheltenham Spa from Mansfield station, one change will be required at Nottingham.
The station is over two miles from the ground and fans are advised to catch bus service ‘D’ from the car park, which costs £3.40 for an all-day ticket.
There are a limited number of spaces available in the club car park at the ground, which cost £5 on a first-come-first-served basis.
A small number of away supporters can be admitted in the club bar called the Robins Nest for a £1 entrance fee, whilst the Kemble Brewery Inn on Fairview Street is also a popular venue for visiting fans.
We have been given an allocation of 714 tickets to purchase in advance from our ticket office.
Tickets can be bought by visiting our ticket office on Quarry Lane, or calling us on 01623 482 482.
Alternatively, there will be pay-on-the-day facilities for Stags’ fans at The LCI Rail Stadium.
Supporters will be able to purchase tickets from the away turnstiles, however these will be CASH ONLY.
Prices for the match are as follows:
Seniors (65+): £15
Students (with valid NUS card): £7
Under 18s: £7
Wheelchair users can purchase tickets for £15 and this will also allow a carer to receive free entry. Only one ticket will be issued, however both the wheelchair user and their carer will be permitted into the stadium.
Ambulant disabled supporters who receive the middle or higher rate of disability allowance are required to purchase tickets in the relevant age-related category. Carers will receive a ticket free of charge.
Tickets will go OFF SALE at 2.00pm on Friday 03 March.
The exact distance between One Call Stadium and The LCI Rail Stadium is 115 miles, taking approximately two hours and four minutes by car.
LAST TIME WE MET
The two sides last met in Stags’ first home game of the season and the match finished 1-1 after a spectacular strike from Robins’ defender Daniel O’Shaughnessy.
Stags had taken the lead early in the second half when striker Matt Green slipped between two Cheltenham defenders and laid the ball off for midfielder Mitch Rose, who slotted it home from 10 yards out.
Stags were good value for their lead but were pegged back in the 80th minute by a stunning strike from O’Shaughnessy.
The centre-half carried the ball over halfway before unleashing a thunderbolt of a drive from 30 yards out which flew into the roof of the net.