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Barnet v Morcambe

Saturday 28th September 3.00pm
Nationwide Conference

  Ground Christie Park
Lancaster Road
  Phone 01524 411797  
  Capacity 6,300  
  Record Attendance 9,324 v Weymouth, FA Cup 4/1/62  
  Formed 1920  
  Nickname The Shrimps  
  Colours Red Shirts, Black Shorts, Black & White Socks  
  Manager Jim Harvey  
  Parking Street Parking  
  Admission Price Adults £9.00-10.00, Copncessions ££6.00-7.00,
Under -16's £4.00-5.00
  Programme Yes, last year £1.50.  
  Bar Two  
  Last Season    
  Underhill Barnet 1 Morcambe 0 attn. 1315  
  Christie Park Morcambe 1 Barnet 0 attn. 1462  
  Average Attn 1289 (9th in Conference)  
  Highest Attn 1780 v Doncaster, won 2-1  
  Lowest Attn 635 v Farnborough, drew 1-1  
  Highest Home Win 3-1 v Woking  
  Highest Away Win 3-1 v Woking  
  Highest Home Defeat 1-5 v Yeovil  
  Highest Away Defeat 1-4 v Telford  
  Highest Draw 3-3 v Doncaster away  
  Highest Aggregate 7, 3-4 v Northwich, away
7, 3-4 v Stalybridge, away
  Top Goalscorer Talbot 15  
  Final Position (6th)
  Home Away  
P W D L F A W D L F A Pts
42 12 5 4 30 27 5 6 10 33 40 62
  This Season    
  Position 6th  
  Ave Attn 1129  
  Highest Attn 1524 v Halifax, won 2-0  
  lowest Attn 869 v Telford, won 1-0  
  Highest Home Win 5-0 v Woking  
  Highest Away Win 2-1 v Hereford  
  Highest HomeDefeat 1-2 v Yeovil  
  Highest Away Defeat 2-3 v Kettering
2-3 v Northwich Victoria
  Highest Draw 1-1 v Margate (away)  
  Current Position (6th)
  Home Away  
P W D L F A W D L F A Pts
11 5 0 1 16 3 1 1 3 8 10 19
  The Season So Far

Morcambe are having a great season at home so far knocking in 16 goals and conceeding 3. So far they've put 5 past Woking, 4 past Forest Green, 3 past Stevenage and 2 past Halifax!

Stevenage did manage to get a goal and the only team to succeed so far at Christie Park are Yeovil who won 2-1 in the third game of the season.

Luckily for the Bees 'The Shrimps' away form is not so hot, with only a 2-1 win away to Hereford and a 1-1 draw at Margate. They've let in 10 goals on their travels, twice picking the ball out of the net 3 times, at Kettering and Northwich.

Hopefully this should be an action packed game. The Bees should be on a high after a tremendous display at Stevenage on Monday night in a 2-1 win and with the return of Wayne Purser the points should be ours!

Phil's Prediction
Barnet 3 Morcambe 1

And don't forget!

The BFCSA are hosting a Pop Quiz in the Durham Suite in the evening. So what better way to celebrate three points than a few swift jars and entering the quiz (followed by a few more jars).

  Morcambes Last Six

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League Snippet

Below is Barnet and Morcambe's league details based on their Home and Away performances.

    Pl W D L GF GA GD Pnts
14 Barnet (home) 5 2 1 2 6 6 0 7
17 Morcambe (away) 5 1 1 3 8 10 -2 4

Results Grid

Below are the result grids for Barnet and Morcambe so far this season. These show how many times various scores have been attained by each club.



Barnet (Home)

Home 0 1 2 3 Goals Against
0 1     1  
1     1    
2   1      
3 1        
Goals For          

Morcambe (Away)

Away 0 1 2 3 Goals Against
1   1 1    
2   1   2  
Goals For          


Morcambe were formed in 1920 and joined the Lancashire Combination. They played at Woodhill Lane but moved to Roseberry Park the following season. They won the league in 1924/25 and were runners up the next term. The ground was re-named Christie Park.

From 1927 to the end of the War Morcambe were not very succesful, but finished fourth in the 46/47 season.

1960/61 was possibly their best season when they were League Champions, Lancashire Junior Cup Winners, also reaching the 3rd round of the FA Cup losing 0-1 to Weymouth in front of a record crowd of 9,234.

1966/67 was another good one, winning the League and Combination Cup. This was achieved again the following season, also being the first non-league club to win the Lancashire Senoir Cup.

In 1973/74 Morcambe triumphed at Wembley, beating Dartford 2-1 in the FA Trophy.

Then a ten year baron period followed, with financial problems and poor performances on the pitch, but the 1985/86 season saw a third place (Northern League) League position and winning the Junior Cup.

1994/95 sees Morcambe getting promotion into the Conference after finishing runners-up.They finished 9th in their first season.

Chritie Park has had a lot of money spent on it and is now up to League standard.

Morcambes most succesful season in the Conference so far was 1999/2000 when they finished third. Last season they ended up one place behind the Bees in sixth.

Notable ex-player
Kenny Lowe-Barnet via Barrow


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