Heading to Mansfield on Sunday afternoon? Here's what to expect from an away day at One Call Stadium.
The travelling Addicks will be located in the North Stand which had traditionally been the home end for many years. It is a relatively new stand which means there is an uninterrupted view of the action with plenty of room and good facilities.
With the stadium being located next to a retail park, there are plenty of options to grab a bite to eat. Burge King and Frankie & Benny’s are close by as are McDonald’s, KFC, Pizza Hut, Nando’s, Chiquito and a large Sainsbury’s. Opposite Sainsbury’s, meanwhile, is Lin’s Fish Bar if you fancy fish and chips.
The Sandy Pate bar is located at the ground underneath the Ian Greaves Stan. It is free to enter and welcomes away fans.
Il Rosso, near to the Sainsbury’s, does admit away fans so long as they are not wearing colours, but the Talbot opposite is home fans only.
Alternatively, the Midland Hotel is near to the railway station and is a 10-minute walk from the stadium, while the Railway Inn on Station Street is also an option.
Fans are advised to avoid the Victoria Hotel and Red Lion pubs as well as pubs in the town centre, although the Court House Wetherspoons in Market Place is fine.
Post Code is NG18 5DA. There is a car park at the stadium which costs £5. Alternatively, the nearby station car park costs £4 for the day and located behind the adjacent Portland Retail Park behind Burger King.
If you're after free parking, you can try your luck with nearby street parking.
Be aware of parking in the retail park as there is a limit of two hours free parking with cameras clocking cars as they enter and fines issued should the two-hour limit be exceeded.
Due to engineering works, it will not be possible to travel from London to Mansfield on Sunday morning in time for kick-off.
Tickets will be available from the One Call Stadium on the day of the match, albeit with a £2 price increase priced at the following:
Adult and U21: £17
Over 65 and U18: £12