Thursday, April 17, 2014


The tension is now really starting to build as AFC Mansfield prepare for the biggest game in their history.

'The Bulls' face Harworth Colliery on Saturday at The Forest Town Stadium and a win will crown them as Champions of the North Division.

Kick-Off is 3pm and admission is the usual £3 with £2 concessions.  Bully's Tea Bar will be open serving hot food and drinks and the Welfare will be the port of call for pre-match, during match and post match drinks.

As a special thanks to all that have supported 'The Bulls' every child coming to the game will be given a free Bulls T-shirt.

So come along and support Mansfield's non league club and cheer them onto glory and promotion!!!


AFC Mansfield progressed to the Semi-Finals of the League Challenge Cup at the expense of a very hard working South Normanton Athletic side.

'The Shiners' went in front early in the 1st half through Kyle Wadsworth but Chris Timons got the final touch in a goalmouth scramble to send the sides in level at the break.

An early goal 8 minutes into the re-start put 'The Bulls' ahead and in a pulsating cup tie where both sides had chances to score again the Mansfield side kept the one goal advantage.

AFC Mansfield now face Belper United in the Semi-Final at ironically South Normantons ground.

Full MATCH REPORT to follow ....

Wednesday, April 16, 2014


AFC Mansfield take on South Normanton Athletic in the Quarter Final of The league Cup tonight.

The game is taking place at The Forest Town Arena and the kick-off is 7.45pm.

Admission is £3 Adults £2 Concessions

Bully's Tea Bar will be open as usual serving hot food and drinks and the Welfare will be serving an excellent array of beers, wines and spirits.

Come along and cheer Mansfield's only true non league football team on to more glory.

Sunday, April 13, 2014


AFC Mansfield took a step closer to the North Division title when they won by a bizarre 8-3 away from home at Bentley Colliery.

Hat-tricks from Mark Carter, Dean Rick and Lee Drobac for Bentley were supplemented by a headed goal from Carl Haslam and a fine finish from Darren Bettison.

'The Bulls' now just need 2 points from their final 2 games to secure the division title.

MATCH REPORT, pictures and a short video follow the link in red.

Friday, April 11, 2014


'The Bulls' travel to Bentley Colliery for a 3pm kick-off on Saturday 12th April hoping to take another step closer to the league title.

Bentley recently held AFC Mansfield to a frustrating 0-0 draw at the Forest Town Stadium.  The game tomorrow is a rescheduled game after the first attempt was abandoned due to bad weather after 36 minutes with AFC winning 2-0.

Manager Micky Taylor will be hoping for a repeat of that scoreline and has a full compliment of players to choose from.

For those travelling the ground address is:

Bentley MW
105 The Avenue

Thursday, April 10, 2014


Last year's celebrations
AFC Mansfield booked their place in The Phoenix Trophies Final for the 2nd year running with a determined 4-1 victory over Kinsley Boys on Wednesday night.

3 1st half goals from Carl Haslam, Danny Wiltshire and Chris Timons put The Bulls in the driving seat.

KInsley pulled one back through Callum Stapleton after the break but top scorer Dean Rick came off the bench to complete the scoring.

Full Match Report now on the MATCH REPORT page.

Tuesday, April 08, 2014

The 'Boys' are back in Forest Town!!

AFC Mansfield take on Kinsley Boys in The Phoenix Trophies Floodlit Cup Northern Section Final on Wednesday 9th with a 7.30pm kick-off.

Admission is £3 with £2 concessions, Bully's Tea Bar will be serving hot food and drink and the Welfare will be offering its usual array of fine beers, wines and spirits.

Come along and cheer 'The Bulls' on to retaining the trophy they won last season.

Magnificent 7 won again!!

The Magnificent 7 was won on Saturday 5th April by Mrs Joan Saunders.  Joan receives £150 and the Jackpot will start at £100 on Saturday 12th April. 

Sunday, April 06, 2014

Westella hit for 6!!

AFC Mansfield turned in their most impressive performance of the season to blow away any lingering hopes their rivals had of claiming the title.  

6 goals without reply with 2 from Carl Haslam and further goals from Dean Rick, Joe Naylor, Mark Carter and an own goal making up the tally.

Westella finished the game with 9 men after some hefty late challenges went in on Carl Haslam.

The puts 'The Bulls' 10 points clear at the top of the league, although Westella do have 2 games in hand.

THe BUlls are at home again on Wednesday night when they entertain Kinsley Boys in the Floodlit Cup Northern Area Final, kick-off 7.45pm.

Full Match Report now on the MATCH REPORT page.

Thursday, April 03, 2014

1st vs 2nd

Saturday sees the visit of Westella Hanson to The Forest Town Stadium and a potential championship decider.

Westella won the league game at Bishop Burton 3-2 earlier in the season.  The Bulls gained revenge two weeks ago when they won 4-0 in the Floodlit Cup.

Both teams will show no quarter and expect none.  Come along and support the Bulls in their push for promotion.

This will be a game not to be missed!!

3pm kick-off with Bullys Tea Bar open serving hot food and drinks and the Welfare serving Beers, Wines and Spirits.