Barnet: Club Profile

Ah, the Bees. For so long our footballing superiors, it now appears the tide has turned and the balance of power shifted. Our first handful of meetings underlined the gap that existed between us; them a League club and us a lowly – well – non-league club. The very first, as it goes, was the Herts Senior Cup final and they won easily.

The gap narrowed, however, and the first ‘serious’ meeting of the two sides came in 2001-2 Nationwide Conference campaign. Our time together came to an end when they won the title in 2005, but we soon followed them into the League. And as our recent record shows, we’ve had much more to smile about than they have.

Record vs Boro'

PlWDLFAGDPts*WR%
2110293334-13248%

* league points only


Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Monday 02 April 2018

Saturday 26 August 2017

Saturday 01 April 2017

Saturday 17 December 2016

Saturday 23 January 2016

Saturday 19 September 2015

Monday 03 January 2011

Tuesday 02 November 2010

Sunday 02 January 2005

Sunday 26 December 2004

Tuesday 28 September 2004

Tuesday 09 March 2004

Saturday 13 September 2003

Saturday 08 March 2003

Monday 23 September 2002

Monday 25 March 2002

Wednesday 26 December 2001

Monday 18 January 1993

Monday 27 January 1992

Tuesday 26 February 1991

Thursday 08 May 1986

 

Players For Us... and Them

Charlie AdamsProfile
Ollie AllenProfile
Mark ArberProfile
Aaron ArcherProfile
Taiwo AtienoProfile
Kingsley BaileyProfile
Shaun BattProfile
Damien BattProfile
Leon BellProfile
Tommy BlackProfile
Noel BlackwellProfile
Rob BurchProfile
Jamie CampbellProfile
Jamal Campbell-RyceProfile
Robert CodnerProfile
Steve CoxProfile
Dean CracknellProfile
Mick CuffieProfile
Bira DembeleProfile
Craig DobsonProfile
Ian FergussonProfile
Tom FlanaganProfile
Lee FlynnProfile
Barry FullerProfile
Martin GittingsProfile
Shane GoreProfile
Giuliano GrazioliProfile
Phil GrideletProfile
Kelly HaagProfile
Duncan HardyProfile
Byron HarrisonProfile
Sam HoskinsProfile
Lee HowarthProfile
David HowellProfile
Mark HughesProfile
Jake HydeProfile
Andy IroProfile
Nicky IrontonProfile
Albert JarrettProfile
Harold JosephProfile
Matt LangstonProfile
Dwane LeeProfile
Stuart LewisProfile
Kevin LisbieProfile
Andy LomasProfile
Dani LopezProfile
Tony LynchProfile
Steve MahoneyProfile
Billy ManuelProfile
Ben MayProfile
Jack MidsonProfile
Robbie MutchellProfile
Bondz N'GalaProfile
Dominic NaylorProfile
Richard NugentProfile
Jon NurseProfile
Trevor ParkerProfile
Jordan ParkesProfile
Lee PayneProfile
Gary PhillipsProfile
Geoff PitcherProfile
Gary RobertsProfile
Dean SamuelsProfile
Stevie SearleProfile
Phil SimpsonProfile
Herbie SmithProfile
Jason SolomanProfile
Kieron St AimieProfile
Brian SteinProfile
Jude StirlingProfile
Anthony ThomasProfile
Ed UpsonProfile
Roger WillisProfile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:


Travel Information – Distance: 23 miles

By Road:
For the new home of Barnet, go straight down the A1(M) and A1 until you reach Apex Corner. Take the second exit at the roundabout for the A5109 and go through two roundabouts for a mile. Then, take the third exit at the next roundabout; keeping with the A5109 onto Deansbrook Road.

Head across the A5 and onto Camrose Avenue, before turning right for The Hive.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking:
While there is plenty of parking at The Hive, it'll cost you a fiver for the pleasure. Otherwise, you might find street parking or Canons Park station (£2) better options.


By Rail:
Station: CANONS PARK
Services to: STANMORE

You can park up at Stanmore as an extension of the options to parking above, with a one-stop Jubilee Line journey to Canons Park. Otherwise, you'll probably have to change at Baker Street for King's Cross.

Turn left out of the station onto Whitchurch Lane and, hopefully, you'll be able to turn right for The Hive there. If not, turn right out of the station and go down to Honeypot Lane, turning left, cutting through to Taunton Way before reaching the roundabout.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner