MANSFIELD TOWN 

('The Stags')

Year formed1897
Turned professional
Limited company
Previous names

1897 - 1906: Mansfield Wesleyans

1906 - 1910: Mansfield Wesley

1910 to date: Mansfield Town FC

Ground

One Call Stadium, Quarry Lane, Mansfield NG18 5DA

(for pictures of the ground click here)

Pitch measurements114 x 70 yards (104 x 64 metres)
Ground capacity9,186
Record attendance at present ground24,467 v Nottingham Forest, FA Cup 3rd round, 10th January 1953 (lost 0-1)
League career

Mansfield & District Amateur League: 1902 - 1906

Notts & District League: 1906 - 1911

Central Alliance: 1911 - 1921

Midland League: 1921 - 1931

Division Three (South): 1931 - 1932

Division Three (North): 1932 - 1937

Division Three (South): 1937 - 1947

Division Three (North): 1947 - 1958

Division Three: 1958 - 1960

Division Four: 1960 - 1963

Division Three: 1963 - 1972

Division Four: 1972 - 1975

Division Three: 1975 - 1977

Division Two: 1977 - 1978

Division Three: 1978 - 1980

Division Four: 1980 - 1986

Division Three: 1986 - 1991

Division Four: 1991 - 1992

Division Two: 1992 - 1993

Division Three: 1993 - 2002

Division Two: 2002 - 2003

Division Three / League Two: 2003 - 2008

Football Conference: 2008 - 2013

League Two: 2013 - .

First Football League game29 August 1931 v Swindon Town, Division Three (South), won 3-2
Honours
European

None

Domestic - League

Division Three champions: 1976-77

Division Three (North) runners-up: 1950-51

Division Four champions: 1974-75

Conference champions: 2012-13

Domestic - Cup

Freight Rover Trophy winners: 1986-87

FA Trophy runners-up: 2010-11

Best League position21st, Division Two, 1977-78
Lowest League position23rd, League Two, 2007-08 
Furthest in FA Cup6th round, 1968-69
Furthest in League CupQuarter-final, 1975-76
Most League points
2 for a win68, Division Four, 1974-75
3 for a win81, Division Four, 1985-86
Fewest League points
2 for a win28, Division Three (South), 1946-47
3 for a win38, Division Three, 1990-91
Most League goals scored108, Division Four, 1962-63
Most League goals conceded112, Division Three, 1959-60
Fewest League goals scored

38, League Two, 2014-15

Fewest League goals conceded38, Division Four, 1984-85
Most wins in a League season

28, Division Four, 1974-75

Fewest wins in a League season

8, Division Three, 1971-72, 1990-91

Most draws in a League season

20, Division Three, 1971-72

20, Division Three, 1995-96

Fewest draws in a League season

6, Division Three, 1959-60

6, Division Four, 1960-61, 1961-62

Most losses in a League season26, Division Two, 2002-03
Fewest losses in a League season6, Division Four, 1974-75
Record win9-2 v Rotherham United, Division Three (North), 27 December 1932
Record defeat

1-8 v Walsall, Division Three (North), 19 January 1933

Highest number of League goals scored
in a season55, Ted Hartson, Division Three (North), 1936-37
in total104, Harry Johnson, 1931-36
Most League goals scored in one match
Most League appearances440, Rod Arnold, 1970-71 and 1972-84

Most capped player

6, John McLelland, Northern Ireland

Youngest League playertbc
Highest transfer fee received£655,000 for Colin Calderwood to Tottenham Hotspur, July 1993
Highest transfer fee paid£150,000 for Lee Peacock from Carlisle United, October 1997