Away Day Guide: Barnet

Supporters’ Forum Member Luke Searston provides the Away Day Guide for the trip to Barnet…

What kit will we be in?

The lads will be in the blue home strip for this fixture.

Ticket information:

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Prices are £22 adults, £14 over 65s/17-21 (ID may be required upon entry), £5 under 17s. Tickets can be purchased on the night from the ticket office next to the away turnstiles.

True Blue Travel:

True Blue Travel spaces have now been taken offline (contact the Club Superstore about availability). Coaches will depart from the usual spot (the HUB) at 3.30pm.

How do I get to the ground?

The address for the ground is The Hive London, Camrose Avenue, London, HA8 6AG

Parking information:

Car parking is available at the ground for £8. But there is only one exit, so it can take a good while exiting after the game. Parking is also available at Canons Park tube station, which is around a ten-minute walk from the ground. Other parking options are available via the YourParkingSpace app/website. Another option may be to park at Stanmore then get the tube to Canons Park, as it’s only one stop.

Public transport information:

The nearest underground station to the ground is Canons Park, around a ten-minute walk away. If travelling by train to King’s Cross St Pancras, you need the Metropolitan Line to Wembley Park from King’s Cross, then the Jubilee Line to Canons Park. This journey takes around 30 minutes. Or you can get a direct tube from King’s Cross on the Northern Line to Edgware. This also takes around 30 minutes but it’s then around a 25-minute walk to the ground.

Which stand are we in?

Town fans will be housed in ‘Stand 66’ at one end of the ground.

Pubs for away fans:

There is a spacious bar in the away end, which also shows Sky Sports and is open throughout the game. Otherwise, the nearest pub is Moranos on Station Road, only a short walk from Canons Park Underground Station (come out of the station, turn right and it is in the row of shops further down on the right). Two stops before Canons Park is Kingsbury tube station, just near there is a Wetherspoons pub called JJ Moons.

Food and drink:

The usual offering of burgers, hotdogs etc are available inside the ground along with hot and cold drinks. As mentioned above, alcohol is available in the designated away end bar.

Can I get a programme?

Like many other clubs nowadays, Barnet only offer a digital programme, which can be viewed for free. Please check Barnet’s social media channels/website on the day of the game to access the programme.