We face Barnet at The Hive Stadium this evening (17 October, 8.00pm kick-off), a ground which opened in 2013 and holds 6,250 supporters.
Stags' fans can enjoy a pre-match drink in their own designated bar at the stadium which is located to the rear of the away end, named Bar 66.
Supporters who are opting to drive to The Hive should use the postcode: HA8 6AG. Car parking spaces, 500 in total, are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis and are priced at £5.
Travelling by train is an option, however supporters who choose to use the rail service will be required to either stay in London overnight, or take a seven-hour train back to Mansfield, which departs at 11.15pm from Kings Cross.
The train from Mansfield to London takes approximately two-and-a-half hours, but the underground is also required to get to Barnet.
Edgware Underground Station on the Northern Line is about a one-mile walk to The Hive, Canons Park Underground Station on the Jubilee Line is a 5-minute walk and Queensbury Underground Station, also on the Jubilee Line, is a 10-minute walk.
The Stags Supporters' Association will be travelling to The Hive and you can join them!
The SSA provide family-friendly away travel to every game and prices are as follows:
Amber/Junior members: £10
Blue members: £15
The coach will depart the One Call Stadium car park at 2.45pm on the afternoon of the game.
Match tickets are available to be purchased both in advance and on the day from The Hive Stadium.
We have been allocated 300 tickets in block C of the North Stand at The Hive Stadium and prices are as follows:
Senior (65+): £14
Young adult (18-21): £14
Under 17s: £5
Ambulant disabled supporters and wheelchair users should purchase their tickets directly from Barnet by calling 0208 381 3800.
Pre-purchased tickets will go off sale from the Stags' ticket office at 12noon on Tuesday 17 October.