Mansfield Town’s annual Open Day will include a chance for fans to watch the first team train on Sunday, 29th July.
The club held an open training session on their week-long training camp in Portugal earlier this month and now all fans will have the chance to see David Flitcroft’s squad in action on the training pitch at One Call Stadium (adjacent to the 3G surface) from approximately 11am.
That will also mean fans’ usual access to the dressing room areas will be prohibited this year.
From around 12.15pm, Stags’ fans can then meet the squad in the club’s 1861 Suite for autographs and photographs.
The stadium will be open from 10am and the Sandy Pate Bar will be serving a wide range of food and drink.
There will also be a variety of children’s rides, bouncy castles, as well as activities around One Call Stadium. Additionally, Football in the Community will assemble their ‘speed tunnel’, where fans can test the velocity of their shots!
Chief executive officer Carolyn Radford said: “We pride ourselves on being a family-orientated club and this day is perfect for families, with plenty to do and see. “Our management and players are greatly looking forward to meeting with our supporters as we all know that success can only be achieved with a one-club, one-cause mentality. “It’ll be another day where we all come together as a football club ahead of a hotly-awaited new season.”
Fans will also have the opportunity to purchase season tickets and Quarry Lane memberships from the ticket office as well as the Stags’ new away shirt.