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Field Mill

Field Mill, currently known as One Call Stadium for sponsorship reasons, is a football ground in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England, and the home of Mansfield Town Football Club.

It is the oldest ground in the Football League, hosting football since 1861, although some reports date it back as far as 1850. The stadium has a capacity of 10,000 when fully open, but due to safety restrictions, it currently holds 9,186. The ground is now fully owned by John and Carolyn Radford after a series of payment instalments from 2012 were concluded in early 2019

Club Factfile

  • NAME: Mansfield Town
  • NICKNAME: The Stags, Yellows
  • FOUNDED: 1897
  • TRADITIONAL COLOURS: Yellow and blue
  • LOCAL RIVALRY: Chesterfield and Notts County

Ground Factfile

  • CAPACITY: 9,186
  • RECORD ATTENDANCE: 24,467 (Mansfield v Notts Forest (1953))
  • ADDRESS: Quarry Lane, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England,NG18 5DA
  • YEAR OPENED: 1861
  • CONSTRUCTION COST: Approx £30,000
  • PITCH SIZE: 104 x 64 yards


Ground Information

The Ian Greaves Stand – formerly known as the West Stand, is the largest with upper and lower tiers, and executive seating.

Quarry Lane End – behind the South goal, housing the home fans

North Stand – behind the opposite goal from the Quarry Lane End, this was traditionally the home terrace although safety issues meant this would swap with the Quarry Lane End and become the away stand.

Bishop Street Stand – this stand, which runs along the side of the pitch opposite the old West Stand, was condemned prior to 2006 and is boarded up to prevent access.

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 alongside the pitch and is a large 2-tiered affair. The Bishop Street stand is very old and has been closed for some time due to safety reasons. Very impressive views from all across the 3 usable stands and facilities are just as good.

The Ian Greaves Stand is a two-tiered structure that runs along the side of the pitch. The Quarry Lane End is a single-tier structure that stands behind one of the goals whilst The North Stand houses the away supporters. The Bishop Street Stand houses the managers’ dugouts but has been condemned and will not be used for the foreseeable future, although there are plans to build a 2,800 seat stand in its place.

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.

Away pubs

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.

Car Parks & Public transport

Similar to most old stadiums, there's very little parking around the stadium, but there are car parks close by. 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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