Club Profile

Mansfield Town

After a brief drop out of the league, Mansfield Town are back to their yo-yoing ways between the third and fourth tiers.

LOCATION: Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, which is 30 minutes from Nottingham by train.

CONTACT:, 01623 482 482, #Stags

NICKNAMES: The Stags. They have been known as the Stags since the 1920’s due to the deer found in the Sherwood Forest nearby


Mansfield Town was originally formed in 1897 as Mansfield Wesleyans, and they were associated with the local Wesleyan church. The club was considered amatuer until 1906 when they joined the Notts and District League. The church dropped the club at this time and the name was changed to Mansfield Wesley. The club’s name was changed yet again in…


Mansfield has several rivalries, with Notts County and Chesterfield being the main ones. The rivalry with Chesterfield can be traced back to the 1984-85 miners’ strikes, while games between Mansfield and Notts County are referred to as Nottinghamshire

Women's Team

Mansfield Town does have a women’s team called Mansfield Town Ladies FC. The club was founded in 1994 and currently plays in the East Midlands Ladies Premier League. They play their home games at both RH Academy and One Call


I didn’t notice anything unique or special, but I enjoy when they sing about how “Super Mansfield” is “always putting on a show.”


Mansfield Town plays at Field Mill, currently known as One Call Stadium for sponsorship reasons. It has a capacity of just under 10,000. Field Mill is the oldest ground in the Football League and has been hosting games since 1861, although Mansfield Town did not start playing there until 1919. It’s kind of a funny one because one side is…

Going to a Game at Mansfield Town

GETTING THERE: It’s just a 10-minute walk from Mansfield train station. PUBS: There is a Fan Zone outside the main stand, with the usual food offerings, as well as a particularly nice bar just inside. The Railway Inn near the station looks a good option, and down in the nearby center you can find the large pubs The Byron and the Court…

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