Burton Albion v Barnet
|Capacity||4,700 (600 seats)|
|Record Attendance||5,860 v Weymouth,Southern League Cup Final 2nd Leg,1964|
|Colours||Yellow with Black Trim|
£8.00, Senior Citizens £6.00,
Under 16's £3.00, £3.00 Transfer to Stand
one inside ground open post-match
Pub in car-park open from noon (Saturdays) 6.00pm (weekdays)
Free parking for away fans at Rykneld Trading Estate, 100 yds
|Programme||£2.00- 48 pages|
|Highest Attn||2170 v Droylsden (highest of the Unibond Premier last season)|
|Lowest Attn||1001 v Barrow|
|Highest Home Win||5-1,Three times (gulp!) v Gateshead, Hyde United and Whitby Town|
|Highest Home Defeat||They didn't...|
|Highest Away Win||7-0 v Droylsden|
|Highest Away Defeat||2-3 v Emley|
|Highest Aggregate||7-0 v Droylsden|
|Highest Draw||3-3 v Accrington Stanley (away)|
Unibond Northern Premier
|Highest Attn||1,821 v Scarborough|
|Lowest Attn||1,821 v Scarborough|
|Highest Win||3-1 v Northwich Victoria (away)|
|Highest Defeat||2-4 v Leigh RMI (away)|
|Highest Draw||1-1 v Scarborough|
|Current Position (10th)||
Season So Far
Burton started their Conference campaign with a 1-1 draw at home to Scarborough. This was followed by a 3-1 win at Northwich Victoria and losing last saturday to Leigh RMI 2-4.
With Barnet looking totally out of sorts against Chester it's anyone's guess how this one will turn out. Will Barnets jinx in front of the Sky cameras continue, or will the lads finally manage a win on Sky TV?
Be there (or in the Durham Suite) to find out.
D W L
Well, totally wrong for Chester (predicted 1-0). Give up, I hear you cry. But what the heck! Here it is:
Burton 2 Barnet 0 (sorry lads)
Predictions so far
Predicted 3 Correct 0
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Did You Know?
Barnet v Burton Albions
Southern League record up to 1971 was as follows:-
Below is Barnet and Burtons league details based on their Home and Away performances.
Founded in 1950 restoring senior football to a town, which had once boasted two football league clubs, the "Brewers" quickly established themselves in Non-League football, transferring from the Birmingham League to the Southern League in 1958, the same year they moved from their original home in Wellington Street to their current ground, Eton Park.
The club won the Southern League Cup in 1965. The following year they were promoted to the Southern League Premier Division, then probably the top league outside the football league, but the 60's and 70's were up and down years, as the club were relegated numerous times, invariably to bounce back almost instantly.
With the onset of the 1980's, re-organization of the leagues saw Albion move into the Northern Premier League, where the club enjoyed the most successful era in its history - most notably in Cup competitions. In 1985 the Brewers reached the Third Round of the FA Cup, for the second time (the first was against Charlton Athletic in 1956), where they were beaten 6-1 by Leicester City and a Gary Lineker hat-trick. But the match, played in front of 22,500 at the Baseball Ground, Derby, was disrupted by crowd trouble, and the FA ordered a behind-closed-doors replay. This time they lost by a single goal. Manager of this era Neil Warnock went on to take Scarborough into the Football League, and then enjoyed success at a number of football league clubs.
Two years later the club reached Wembley for the first time in its history, in the FA Trophy final. A 0-0 draw with Conference side Kidderminster Harriers was followed by a thrilling replay at The Hawthorns, West Bromwich, in front of the ground's biggest crowd of the season - 15,685. The Brewers were unlucky to go down 2-1, midfielder Paul Bancroft missing a last gasp penalty.
Since then, a succession of managers have passed through the portals of Eton Park, never managing to quite fulfill the potential shown in the mid to late eighties. After Wembley, the club transferred back to the Southern League Premier Division (now the Dr. Martens League) where they have remained ever since, their highest position being third in 1994-95, under former manager John Barton. Barton also brought the first silverware in over a decade to Eton Park - the Southern League Cup and the Birmingham Senior Cup both being won in 1997, but parted company with the club in September 1998.
His departure opened the
door for the arrival of the most famous manager in the
club's history - Nigel Clough - son of the legendary
Brian Clough, who took his first steps on the road to
emulating his father's career, as player boss at Eton
Park, along with former Nottingham Forest team-mate Gary
Crosby as his assistant. Gradually success began to
come Burtons way with a couple of minor cup
competition wins under their belt.
thanks to www.burtonalbionfc.co.uk