Stags make the long trip to Yeovil Town on Saturday (3.00pm kick-off), for our final league away fixture in the Sky Bet League Two season.
Yeovil play their matches at Huish Park, which currently holds a capacity of 9,665, with 5,212 seats.
The 214-mile journey should take approximately three hours and 44 minutes by car. The postcode for the ground is BA22 8YF.
There are several pubs located around Huish Park, with the nearest being The Airfield Tavern, The Bell and The Arrow, which are all around a quarter-of-a-mile from the ground. There are snack bars situated in the away terrace area, where pies, sweets and drinks can be purchased.
Yeovil have installed a temporary marquee bar on the far side of the all-weather pitch at Huish Park. It can be located opposite the corner of the Tamburino Stand and the Thatchers Terrace. Away supporters will be catered for here before the match but not after.
Car parking is available at Huish Park for £3 per car on both sides of the ground, available on a first come, first served basis. Follow the signs from the A303 and Asda Roundabout. Blue Badge holders are advised to contact Sharon Swain on 07790 375250 prior to matchday to enquire about accessible parking bay availability.
For the game, Stags have been initially allocated 540 tickets, 290 in the Screwfix Community Stand (seated), and 250 in the Radio Cabs Stand (uncovered terrace).
Prices for tickets in the Screwfix Community Stand are as follows:
|Ambulant and wheelchair disabled||£17|
|Young adult (16-21)||£13|
Prices for tickets in the Radio Cabs Stand are as follows:
|Young adult (16-21)||£12|
Tickets are available to buy on matchday, but are subject to either a £3 increase (seated), or a £2 increase (standing) for all price bands aside from juniors.
Ambulant and wheelchair disabled supporters must be seated in the Screwfix Community Stand. Tickets are not available in the Radio Cabs Stand for ambulant or wheelchair disabled supporters.
Wheelchair users will be accommodated in four sets of bays in front of the Screwfix Community Stand at pitch level. There is a companion row directly behind the wheelchair bays, and one companion with any wheelchair user will receive admission to the ground free of charge.
There is a 'Soccer Sight' audio descriptive commentary service available to blind and partially sighted supporters, with ten headsets available for use by home and away supporters. Supporters wishing to make use of this service are advised to contact the nearest steward upon arrival into the ground, and return the equipment to a steward following the full-time whistle.