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Field Mill | Mansfield Town football ground guide

Field Mill guide

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 stadium once hosted a pop concert under the previous owner, Keith Haslam, but the sale included a clause preventing use for non-sports events until 2032.

Before Mansfield Town, ‘Field Mill’ was originally the name of a large, stone-built, water-powered textile-mill with its own mill pond. The mill was located directly across the road from the present ground, being one of several situated along the River Maun water course supplied from a nearby reservoir. The mill was demolished in 1925.

The stadium has undergone a number of redevelopments in recent years, including the construction of a new stand in the west end in 2001, which was named after former manager Ian Greaves. The North Stand and Quarry Lane End were also rebuilt in the early 2000s.

Field Mill is a popular venue for football matches and is often praised for its atmosphere. The stadium has also been used for a number of other events, including concerts, rugby league matches and greyhound racing.

In 2018, Mansfield Town announced a new naming rights deal with One Call Insurance, which saw the stadium renamed One Call Stadium. The deal is worth £1 million per year and runs for a period of five years.

One Call Stadium is a well-maintained stadium that is well-equipped to host a variety of events. It is a popular venue for football matches and is sure to continue to be used for many years to come.

Pubs near Field Mill stadium, Mansfield Town football ground

  • The Railway Inn – A traditional pub with a wide selection of beers on tap. It’s a popular spot for both locals and visitors alike. Address: 9 Station St, Mansfield NG18 1EF. Phone: 07898 518539.
  • Sandy’s Bar & Kitchen – A modern pub with a focus on food and sports. It’s a great place to watch a match or catch up with friends. Address: Quarry Ln, Mansfield NG18 5DB. Phone: 01623 482482.
  • Stella Taps – A micropub with a focus on craft beers. It’s a great place to try something new. Address: Stella St, Mansfield NG18 4AN. Phone: 07835 401515

All of these pubs are within a short walk of the stadium, so you can easily pop in for a drink before or after the match.

Here are some other options, if you’re looking for something a little different:

  • The Talbot Inn – A historic pub with a traditional atmosphere. It’s a great place to sample some local ales. 151 Nottingham Rd, Mansfield NG18 4AE. Phone: 01623 623357.

Hotels near Field Mill stadium in Mansfield, England

  • Travelodge Mansfield Town Centre – 1.3 miles away. Offers free Wi-Fi and breakfast.
  • The Midland Hotel & Bar – 0.7 miles away. Has a restaurant and bar.
  • 281 Restaurant and Rooms – 0.8 miles away. Offers modern British cuisine.
  • Premier Inn Mansfield – 0.9 miles away. Has a gym and restaurant.
  • Hampton by Hilton Mansfield – 1.1 miles away. Offers free Wi-Fi and breakfast.

These hotels are all within a 2 mile radius of Field Mill stadium and offer a variety of amenities and services to suit your needs.

Here are some other options if you are looking for something a little different:

  • The Old Hall Hotel – 1.5 miles away. This historic hotel is set in a 17th century manor house.
  • The Salutation Hotel – 1.7 miles away. This boutique hotel has a spa and a Michelin-starred restaurant.
  • The White Hart – 1.9 miles away. This traditional pub has rooms and a restaurant.

These hotels are all a little further away from Field Mill stadium, but they offer a more unique and luxurious experience.

How to get to Field Mill stadium

  • By car: Field Mill stadium is located at 1 Quarry Lane, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, NG18 5DA. If you are driving, you can take the M1 to junction 27 and follow the A608 to Mansfield. Once in Mansfield, follow the signs for Field Mill stadium. There is a car park at the stadium, but it can get very busy on match days.
  • By train: Mansfield Railway Station is located in the town centre, a short walk from Field Mill stadium. Trains run from Nottingham and Sheffield. Once at the station, follow the signs for Field Mill stadium.
  • By bus: There are a number of bus services that stop near Field Mill stadium. The closest bus stop is on Portland Street, a short walk from the stadium.

Once you arrive at Field Mill stadium, there is a large car park, as well as a number of pubs and restaurants in the area.

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Things to do near Field Mill stadium

  • Visit Titchfield Park, a 200-acre park with gardens, woodland, and a lake.
  • Take a walk or bike ride along the River Maun, which runs through the park.
  • Visit the Mansfield Museum, which has exhibits on the history of the town.
  • See a show at the Mansfield Palace Theatre, a restored Victorian theatre.
  • Go shopping in the town center, which has a variety of shops and boutiques.
  • Visit one of the many pubs or restaurants in the area.

Here are some other ideas for things to do near Field Mill stadium, depending on your interests:

  • If you’re a fan of history, you could visit the nearby ruins of Rufford Abbey or the Crich Tramway Village.
  • If you’re looking for something to do with the kids, you could visit the National Space Centre in Leicester or the Go Ape treetop adventure course in Sherwood Forest.
  • If you’re looking for something more active, you could go for a hike in the Peak District National Park or go for a swim in the River Trent.

No matter what you’re interested in, you’re sure to find something to do near Field Mill stadium.