BARNET   

 ("The Bees'')

Year formed1888
Turned professional 1965
Limited company1965 
Previous namesBarnet Alston FC: 1906 - 1919

Barnet FC: 1919 - .

GroundThe Hive, Camrose Avenue, Edgware HA8 6AG

(for pictures of the stadium click here)

Club's ground since2013
Pitch measurements115 x75 yards (105 x 68 metres)
Ground capacity

6,205 (5,334 seated)

NB capacity limited to 5,176 due to Local Authority restrictions

Record attendance at present ground5,539 v Chesterfield, League Two, 5th May 2018 (won 3-0)

 

Lowest attendance at present ground

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First game at present ground

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Previous grounds

New Barnet: 1888 - 1889

Ravenscroft Park: 1889 - 1907

Underhill Stadium: 1907 - 2013

League career

London League: 1897 - 1901 (resigned from League)

Athenian League: 1919 - 1965

Southern League Division One: 1965 - 1966

Southern League Premier Division: 1966 - 1975

Southern League Division One North: 1975 - 1976

Southern League Division One South: 1976 - 1977

Southern League Premier Division: 1977 - 1979

Alliance Premier League/Conference: 1979 - 1991

Division Four/Three: 1991 - 1993

Division Two: 1993 - 1994

Division Three: 1994 - 2001

Conference: 2001 - 2005

League Two: 2005 - 2013

Conference: 2013 - 2015

League Two: 2015 - 2018

National League: 2018 - .

First Football League game 17th August 1991 v Crewe Alexandra , Division Four, lost 4-7 
  
Honours 
EuropeanNone
Domestic - LeagueVauxhall Conference champions: 1990-91, 2004-05, 2014-15

Vauxhall Conference runners-up: 1986-87, 1987-88, 1989-90

Southern League Division One champions: 1965-66

Southern League Division One (South) champions: 1976-77

Athenian League champions: 1930-31, 1931-32, 1946-47, 1947-48,

1958-59, 1963-64, 1964-65

Athenian League runners-up: 1929-30, 1937-38, 1959-60, 1961-62,

1962-63

Domestic - CupFA Trophy runners-up: 1971-72

FA Amateur Cup winners: 1945-46

FA Amateur Cup runners-up: 1947-48

Football Conference Challenge Cup winners: 1988-89

Football Conference Challenge Cup runners-up: 1983-84, 1985-86

Best League position24th, Division Two, 1993-94
Lowest League position24th, Division Three, 2000-01
Furthest in FA Cup4th round, 2006-07, 2007-08
Furthest in League Cup3rd round, 2005-06
  
Most League points  
2 for a winn/a
3 for a win79, Division Three, 1992-93
Fewest League points 
2 for a winn/a
3 for a win28, Division Two, 1993-94
Most League goals scored81, Division Four, 1991-92
Most League goals conceded86, Division Two, 1993-94
Fewest League goals scored41, Division Two, 1993-94
Fewest League goals conceded45, Division Three, 1995-96
Most wins in a League season23, Division Three, 1992-93
Fewest wins in a League season5, Division Two, 1993-94
Most draws in a League season18, League Two, 2005-06
Fewest draws in a League season6, Division Four, 1991-92
Most losses in a League season28, Division Two, 1993-94
Fewest losses in a League season9, Division Three, 1992-93
Record League win7-0 v Blackpool, Division Three, 11th November 2000
Record Cup win6-1 v Newport County, FA Cup 1st round, 21st November 1970
Record defeat1-9 v Peterborough United, Division Three, 5th September 1998
  
Highest Number of League goals scored 
in a season24, Dougie Freedman, Division Three, 1994-95
in total47, Sean Devine, 1995-99
  
Most League goals in one season4, Dougie Freedman v Rochdale, Division Three, 13th September 1994

4, Lee Hodges v Rochdale, Division Three, 8th April 1996

Most League appearances 263, Paul Wilson, 1991-2000
Most capped player6, Warren Hackett for St Lucia, 1999-2001
Youngest League playerKieran Adams, 17 years 71 days v Mansfield Town, 31st December 1994
Highest Transfer Fee Received£800,000 for Dougie Freedman to Crystal Palace, September 1995
Highest Transfer Fee Paid£130,000 for Greg Heald from Peterborough United, August 1997