Established in 1888, Barnet Football Club’s history is rich and varied.
Nicknamed ‘The Bees’, the side worked their way up the non-league pyramid and reached the Football League for the first time in 1991.
The side have won the Conference, now the National League, on three separate occasions and are one of the most famous names in non-league football.
The club have been playing at our world-class facility since 2013 after moving from their historical former home, Underhill Stadium. A new record crowd for The Hive was set in January 2019 when the Bees took on Brentford in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup, attracting 6,215 supporters.