Mansfield Town face Notts County in their second Checkatrade Trophy Group Stage match tonight (7.45pm kick-off).
The Magpies play their home matches at Meadow Lane, which is just 15.2 miles from One Call Stadium. The venue holds 20,229 spectators and Stags' fans will be housed in the Jimmy Sirrel Stand for the occasion.
Supporters who are driving to the match should use the post-code: NG2 3HJ. The best place for Stags' fans to park is the Cattle Market, a short walk from Meadow Lane. Alternatively, supporters could park on Iremonger Road, but spaces are extremely limited.
The Stags Supporters' Association are taking a coach to the match and you can join them for just £10!
The bus will depart at 5.45pm and bookings must be made in advance. To secure a last minute spot, please call their booking hotline on 07967 689597.
The train from Mansfield to Nottingham takes between 30 and 43 minutes and costs just £6.50 for an off-peak return. Meadow Lane is then just a 10-minute walk away, via London Road.
Away supporters are encouraged to use the Southbank Bar just across Trent Bridge.
Special offers are available to visiting supporters on the production of a valid matchday ticket (details of the offer are printed on the reverse of the ticket).
Slightly further away from Meadow Lane, across Trent Bridge and on Radcliffe Road is the famous Trent Bridge Inn, a JD Wetherspoons pub on the corner of Trent Bridge Cricket Ground (NG2 6AA).
Down from the railway station, towards the ground, on London Road, Hooters (NG2 3AS) is also a popular pre-match venue with football fans.
Just off Meadow Lane towards Iremonger Road is the Trent Navigation Inn (NG2 3HS) which serves a varied menu and sells some choice beers.
The Broken Wheelbarrow at the back of the stand on Meadow Lane is not available to visiting supporters.
Tickets for tonight's match can now only be bought from the away ticket booth at Meadow Lane.
Tickets are therefore no longer available from One Call Stadium.
Tickets can be bought at the away ticket booth near to the away turnstiles outside the Jimmy Sirrel Stand, with cash only accepted as payment.
|Senior citizens (60+)||£7.00|
|Young Adult (18-21)||£7.00|