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Mansfield Town FC - One Call Stadium

Stadium Info

The One Call Stadium has an all seated capacity of 10,000 which made it one of the most impressive non league stadiums before the club were promoted back into the football league in 2013. The North, South and West stands were all built in the late 90's and early parts of the 2000's. The West Stand runs along side the pitch and is a large 2 tiered affair. The Bishop Street stand is very old and has been closed for sometime due to safety reasons. Very impressive views from all across the 3 usable stands and facilities are just as good.

Away Fans

Visiting supporters are situated in the North Stand and approximately 1,800 can be accommodated. All views are unobstructed and you'll find very few better at this level of the game.

Stadium Layout

One Call Stadium seating plan:

One Call Stadium seating plan

Where To Drink

The Sandy Pate is situated under the Ian Greaves Stand and does welcome in away fans making it an easy place to visit before the game. Situated in Market Place in the town centre, is a Wetherspoons called The Court House. Good food and drink and very good value as always.


Similar to most old stadiums, there's very little parking around the stadium, but there are car parks close by charging around £5. Alternatively, if you arrive early, there is a small amount of street parking available. Do not park at the nearby retail park as they do issue tickets.

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By Train

Mansfield railway station is less than 10 minutes walk away from the stadium and in fact, you can see the ground as you depart the train. As you exit the station, turn left and walk alongside the dual carriageway. Pass the retail park and take a right turn along Quarry Lane. The stadium is on the right hand side.

The Games To See

Rivals - Darlington, Doncaster


Andy Newman, 23rd March 2019 - Mansfield Town v Crewe Alexandra

Travel: Very easy. I live in Derby so only a 40 minute drive and I parked a five minute walk away from the ground.

Refreshments: Stopped at a corner shop for some sweets and then into the ground. The home friends were very friendly and when they knew I was a neutral I was given lots of information about their players and recent events at the club itself.

Impressions: A great example of a lower league ground. Both ends and one side have been redeveloped over the years. One side isn't used and is full of local company advertising and a giant electronic scoreboard and proper old-school floodlights make it easier to find the ground when you've not been before.

Atmosphere: The game was a little disappointing, with Mansfield third in the league and Crewe mid-table, the home team struggled to get going and in the first half both teams cancelled each other out. The second half was much the same until Crewe scored, Mansfield getting one back late on, Crewe played the better football and deserved their win. There was a good selection of food available inside the ground and stewards very helpful.

Enjoy: I really enjoyed the day and look forward to my next League Two game.


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Ground Name: One Call Stadium
Capacity: 10,000 (All Seated)
Address: One Call Stadium, Quarry Lane, Mansfield, NG18 5DA
Main Tel No.: 01623 482 482
Team Nickname: The Stags
Year Ground Opened: 1861
Site: www.mansfieldtown.net


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Ian Greaves Stand, One Call Stadium, Mansfield Town FC
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Quarry Lane End, One Call Stadium, Mansfield Town FC
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North Stand, One Call Stadium, Mansfield Town FC
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Ian Greaves Stand, One Call Stadium, Mansfield Town FC