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GUIDE | Rovers vs Mansfield Town

2 September 2022

Club News

GUIDE | Rovers vs Mansfield Town

2 September 2022

Everything you need to know ahead of Rovers' Sky Bet League Two clash with Mansfield Town.

Minutes applause

There will be a one-minute applause prior to kick-off tomorrow in memory of former Rovers manager Sammy Chung who sadly passed away earlier this week.  Rovers players will also be wearing black armbands to honour Sammy.


All supporters aged 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult to gain entry to the stadium. 

Car parking

Hospitality guests are advised to park in car park one, parking in car park two and three is available to pre-book through the Box Office, however, this is subject to availability. 

Anyone reporting to the Club Doncaster Academy should park in car park four.

Car parking is expected to be limited so please arrive early to secure your space.

Car parking is £5 when booked in advance CLICK HERE to book and is £6 when purchased on the day, if there is availability. 

New EFL legislation

English football has united to toughen measures to tackle fan behaviour. Please be aware of new legislations in place for the new season by clicking HERE.

As we welcome you to the Eco-Power Stadium, we want to make you aware of new measures being taken across all of football to ensure everyone can have a safe and enjoyable experience. We are supporting strong action from the FA, Premier League and EFL to tackle antisocial and criminal behaviours that put all of us at risk.Please remember the following activities are illegal, dangerous, carry serious consequences and have no place in our game:1.    Carrying or using smoke bombs or pyros2.    Invading the pitch or entering the pitch without permission3.    Throwing objects onto the pitch4.    Drug use within the football ground5.    Discriminatory behaviourFor everyone’s safety, we will report anyone carrying out these offences to the police, which can result in a criminal record. This could affect your employment and education, and in some cases, result in a prison sentence.Anyone who enters the pitch without permission and those carrying or using smoke bombs or pyros will now receive an automatic club ban. These measures could also now apply to the parents or guardians of children involved in these activities.These measures reflect the seriousness of the risks to fans and staff – pyros can burn at 2000 degrees celsius, and can cause life-changing injuries and potentially fatal asthma attacks. Entering the pitch endangers everyone because it’s impossible to tell the difference between a celebrating fan and a violent attacker. That is why the pitch must remain a safe space for players, and the stands for supporters.The football authorities are working with clubs and the Football Supporters’ Association to make sure everyone feels safe on matchdays, by cracking down on dangerous behaviour that can put fans, players, staff and match officials at risk.We know those who commit these illegal acts do not represent the majority. We look forward to seeing you soon for a safe and enjoyable season.Love Football. Protect the Game.


Doncaster Rovers would like to remind all supporters that the use of pyrotechnic devices is strictly forbidden.

The club has a firm stance on the use of pyrotechnics, whether it be at the Eco-Power Stadium or at any other EFL ground: they can not and will not be tolerated. 

Belle Vue Bar

The Belle Vue Bar will open from 12pm and after full-time. Supporters from both sides are welcome into the bar. 

Family Stand Activities

There are a wide range of activities available from Donny Dog's Kennel pre-match including FIFA, wordsearches and score prediction games. 

Fan park

The fan park is in operation with music, entertainment, food and Club Doncaster Foundation activities. Former Rovers midfielder Martin Woods will be joining Robbie Andrews on stage. 


Lee Tomlin is the cover of the programme that can be bought from sellers outside the ground, Club Store or Box Office on the day for £3. There is a special feature on Tommy Rowe, who is set to make his 200th appearance against The Stags on Saturday.

Club Doncaster Store

The Club Doncaster Store will be open from 10am until kick-off and 20 minutes after the full-time whistle. 

Soccer sight

Soccer sight commentary will return for the Mansfield game. Commentary will be brought to you by Harvey Wiles and Harry Smith. To request a headset, please contact the newest steward on the day. 


Facemasks are optional for supporters and staff. Please be respectful of people's decisions.


Robbie Andrews will be delivering commentary on the match on iFollow Rovers. You can watch, or listen to the match, by purchasing your match pass HERE.


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