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Below are various things that you may want to know about this club.

 
       
 
Players' Barnet Stats Appearances and goals scored for the current Barnet squad for the whole of their Barnet career. Individual season stats are in the season specific sections of this website: 2001/02; 2002/03; 2003/04; 2004/05; 2005/06; 2006/07
Past Player Stats Career stats for ex-players.
Results History Complete A to Z of every team we have played (competitively) since the 1965/66 season.
FA Cup History Barnet's COMPLETE history in the FA Cup. All 299 games (or thereabouts ;-)
Average Attendances Average attendances from 1965/66 to present day.
Players of the Year Players of the Year (and Most Improved Players) since 1969-70.
History We are writing what will hopefully become the most detailed history of the club on the internet. The first seven parts are now online, and cover the beginning of the club, up to 1991
How to Get to Underhill An Away Fans Guide, with road and public transport instructions.
Chronological History A year-by-year history of Barnet FC, including final league positions, and progress in cups.
 
       
  Below is a very brief history of Barnet FC, which you are welcome to copy for any purpose. If you are using it for your own website, a link back to this site would be appreciated, thanks.

Brief History

Barnet F.C. was founded in 1888. It was an amateur team playing their matches at Queens Road until disbanding in 1901. A club was then formed calling itself Alston Works playing at Totteridge Lane. This then became Barnet Alston F.C. in 1906. They moved to Underhill a year later and combined with The Avenue to form Barnet and Alston in 1912.

In 1919 the Alston was dropped and the team progressed through the amateur leagues and turned professional in 1965. They made their name playing in the Southern League and were one of the founding teams of what is now the Conference, which they have just been relegated back into after ten glorious years in the Football League, their highest finishing position being last (24th) in Division 2 in the 1993-4 season. They were relegated into the Conference at the end of 2000-1 season.

During these years various honours have been collected.

  • FA Amateur Cup Winners, 1946
  • FA Trophy Finalists (at Wembley), 1972
  • GM Vauxhall Conference Winners, 1990-1
  • Promoted from Div 3 1992-3 (finished 3rd)
  • They also reached the 3rd Division play-offs three times but never made the final (1991-2, 1997-8, 1999-2000)
 
       
 

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