Mansfield Town: Club Profile
It took 12 games between us and Mansfield Town until we produced a draw; a sign that one of us normally comes out on top. Our first meeting came during the 2008-9 Blue Square Premier campaign; The Stags coming down from League Two. Four years after we went up, it was the Nottinghamshire club’s turn; returning to the Football League and picking back up where the left off with us.
Mansfield Town: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Mansfield Town: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 10 October 2020
Saturday 24 August 2019
Saturday 27 April 2019
Saturday 22 December 2018
Tuesday 10 April 2018
Saturday 18 November 2017
Saturday 22 April 2017
Saturday 29 October 2016
Saturday 09 January 2016
Tuesday 29 September 2015
Saturday 07 February 2015
Saturday 27 September 2014
Tuesday 09 February 2010
Saturday 12 September 2009
Saturday 25 April 2009
Tuesday 07 October 2008
Players For Us... and Them
Mansfield Town Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
The Stags claim to offer exceptional facilities for fans with a disability or impairment.
Carers are admitted free of charge if you have proof of entitlement to the higher rate of Disability Living Allowance or enhanced rate of Personal Independence Payment. For fans with a visual impariment, carers go free with a copy of registration documents that certify Registered Blind status.
In the North Stand, there are 28 spaces for wheelchair users and these are located on a raised platform. For more information, the advice from the club is to ring their ticket office on 01623 482482. You can also email the club’s disability liaison officer or visit the official club website.
Past trips to Mansfield have seen some away fans gather at The Talbot on Nottingham Road, up past Il Rosso and opposite a huge Sainsbury’s. You can always chance your arm at the Sandy Pate – a bar under the Ian Greaves Stand. Otherwise, the town isn’t that far away if you want to head further afield for your pre-match pint.
Mansfield Town Travel Information – Distance: 152 miles
From Stevenage, travel north on the A1(M) and A1 for Mansfield. And you pretty much don’t need to do anything until you reach the A46 exit for Sleaford/Lincoln/Newark (A17). That’s about 95 miles down the track.
After leaving the A1, take the third exit at the roundabout. Join the A46 for a couple of miles, before taking the third exit at the next roundabout for the A617. It’s two roundabouts and 16 miles later that you’ll come to another roundabout; this time taking the third exit for the A6191.
It’ll be about a mile until you reach a turning for Berry Hill Lane. Turn down here, and continue over two roundabouts close together. Shortly after, make a right onto the A60. Just after you pass a Currys PC World in 0.6 miles, take a left – at which point the stadium should be visible.
There’s a small car park at the ground that operates on a first-come, first-served basis. It’ll cost £5 per car and the advice is to get there as soon as you can. You might wish to see if you can find some local street parking or use local Pay and Display car parks.
Don’t park in the neighbouring retail park, however. You could get a ticket.
Services to: NOTTINGHAM (for PETERBOROUGH)
The station is not too far away from the ground. When you leave the station, head towards a retail park at the other side of the A6009 and you’ll be able to see the ground. Turn left down the A6009 dual carriageway, crossing wherever possible and continuing straight along Portland Street until you reach Quarry Lane. The walk should take 10 minutes to get from station to ground.