Club to reward loyal Mansfield Town fans

Mansfield Town are to thank loyal fans for their support during such a difficult season with a unique reward.

Wednesday, 7th April 2021, 8:32 am
Loyal Mansfield Town fans to be rewarded with unique shirt offer after season-long lockout.

In an unprecedented move, season ticket holders from the current campaign will receive a free, complimentary new ‘third shirt’ which will be worn by the first team in the 2021/22 campaign.

Club owners John and Carolyn Radford will fund the offer as a gesture of gratitude for season ticket holders’ loyalty during the current season when all supporters have been locked out of grounds due to the Covid 19 pandemic.

As a huge bonus, each season ticket holder’s name will also be engrained onto the third shirt, predominantly white in colour, with a horizontal amber strip and navy tint across the chest.

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It will be complemented by amber shorts and socks when worn by the first team next season and the replicas will not be available to non-season ticket holders.

A statement from the Radfords said: “The club is indebted to the 1,537 season ticket holders holders amidst the most challenging period in our club’s history.

“Season ticket holders’ contribution to the club during this pandemic has been significant and our gratitude is extended to each and every season ticket holder from 2020/21.

“This complimentary shirt is a gift from us to you and a memento of thanks for aiding our beloved club when we needed you most.

“We are greatly looking forward to the day when we can all be together at One Call Stadium again.”

Season ticket holders are asked to contact the club's ticket office to confirm the spelling of their full name, which will be engrained onto the shirt and select their desired shirt size.

The are asked to e-mail those details to [email protected] by 5pm on Wednesday, 21st April. The club cannot accept confirmations after that time due to external production deadlines.

The shirts are expected to be available to collect by Autumn, while the club will post any to supporters unable to collect them in person at the One Call Stadium.

The Government are to allow a limited number of fans into some high profile games as an experiment before this season ends.

But Stags will complete their campaign behind closed doors.