Supporters attending Saturday's local derby against Notts County can purchase a copy of our award-winning matchday magazine The Stag for just £3!
The front cover features Stags' chairman John Radford, CEO Carolyn Radford and County chairman Alan Hardy after the trio met at One Call Stadium recently to reveal plans for The Matt Salmon Trophy.
Chairman John Radford is the subject of this week's feature-length interview with journalist Matt Halfpenny as he celebrates seven years as Stags' owner.
Mr Radford reaffirms his ambitions to lead the Stags to the Championship and speaks poignantly about former youth physio Matt Salmon, who sadly passed away earlier this year. Saturday's match against County, and future fixtures, will be played for The Matt Salmon Trophy.
Elsewhere in The Stag, youth team defender Lewis Gibbens answers questions on his team-mates, whilst academy manager John Dempster offers a review of the season so far.
Find out the latest on our young players who are out on loan on the reserves' page, including midfielder Jack Thomas' impact at National League North side Boston United.
There's plenty to keep the kids occupied in Sammy's Big Quiz and you can find out who prevailed between Stags' fans John Bull and Gary Carter in Going For Gold!
Find out more about our visitors Notts County – both past and present – in our nine-age dossier on the Magpies.
Read The Lowdown where six little-known facts about the Magpies are explained, whilst County legend Les Bradd names his best-ever XI from his time at Meadow Lane.
Delve into the archives and view pictures of One Call Stadium from yesteryear and read a biography of former striker Iyseden Christie in Stags In Shot.
Manager Steve Evans will sign five copies of The Stag and if you're lucky enough to purchase one of the signed editions, you'll win two FREE tickets for our next home game against Swindon Town.
All you have to do is take your signed copy to the ticket office, where our staff will verify the signature and present you with the tickets.
To read all of this, plus much more, purchase a copy of The Stag for just £3 from the ticket office, the merchandise stall or any of our mobile sellers around the ground.