Our charges are set to make the 134-mile trip to Forest Green tomorrow ahead of Saturday's big match in Sky Bet League Two.
It will take approximately two-and-a-half-hours to drive to the League Two newcomers’ 4,803-capacity ground. Supporters should use the postcode: GL6 0ET.
Parking is unavailable at the ground unless you are a blue badge holder who has pre-booked a space. Nailsworth Primary School is nearby and offers parking at £5. Otherwise, there is plenty of on-street parking in the area.
The nearest train station to New Lawn is Stroud and it takes four hours to get there, with changes at Nottingham and Gloucester. A bus service from Gloucester will take supporters to Stroud Railway Station. The station is five miles from the stadium, so supporters are advised to get a taxi to the ground. The train fare costs £59.10 for a return.
The Stags Supporters’ Association coach is now full and no additional bookings can therefore be taken.
We have received an initial allocation of 600 tickets for this fixture which must be purchased in advance of matchday.
Tickets can be purchased in person from our ticket office on Quarry Lane, via telephone (01623 482 482) or online via www.stagstickets.co.uk
Standing prices in the West Stand are as follows:
|Young adults (16-21)||£8|
|Kids (U11)||Free with an adult ticket|
Seated prices are as follows (for ambulant disabled and wheelchair disabled fans only):
|Young adults (16-21)||£10|
|Kids (U11)||Free with an adult ticket
Ambulant disabled supporters and wheelchair users must purchase tickets in the relevant age-related category.
A free carer's ticket will be issued if proof of middle to higher rate DLA or PIP is provided.
Online ticket sales will cease at midnight on Thursday 22 March and tickets will go off sale from our ticket office on Friday 23 March at 3.00pm.