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Advice for derby day fans

Posted onPosted on 19th Mar
Advice for derby day fans

Both Mansfield Town and Chesterfield supporters have been urged to take notice of new advice ahead of this Saturday’s derby match at the One Call Stadium, which kicks-off at 1pm.

Chesterfield supporters cannot park their vehicles in the club’s main car park at following police advice.

Visiting supporters are advised to park at Mansfield Railway Station (Robin Hood Line).

Both sets of supporters should be aware there is a maximum stay of one hour for any vehicle parked at Portland Retail Park, at the side of the stadium. A parking ticket will be issued if this stay is exceeded, local authorities have informed the club.

The club said any away fans found in the home areas of the Stadium will be ejected without a refund and will be subject to a dispersal order.

The Sandy Pate Sports Bar will open from 11am for home fans with a match ticket only. Sausage and bacon cobs will be available instead of foods on the normal menu.

The bar will re-open to the public at 3.30pm, when the normal menu will be available.

The gate between the North Stand and Ian Greaves Stand will be closed throughout the day, following a request by the police. Stags fans should enter the stadium via Quarry Lane.

No tickets will be sold on matchday under any circumstances, according to the club.

Tickets can be bought from the One Call Stadium ticket office for home fans only by 6pm on Friday.