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Travelling To Barnet? Here's All You Need To Know

Your essential guide ahead of our visit to the north London club.

24 November 2017

Capacity: 6,418* (Seats 5,318)
Address: Camrose Avenue, Edgware, HA8 6AG
Telephone: 020 8381 3800
Pitch Size: 102m x 65.5m
Pitch Type: Grass
Club Nickname: Bees
Year Ground Opened: 2013
Undersoil Heating: No
 
What is the Hive like?
 
After spending 106 years at their Underhill ground, the Club moved in 2013, to a new purpose stadium at the Hive Complex. The complex which is also home to the Club's training facility, is situated in Edgware, which is just under six miles away from Underhill. 
 
The Hive Stadium itself is located within a sizeable park/playing fields area, with a London Underground line running behind one side of the ground on a raised embankment. If walking down through the park towards the stadium from the direction of Canons Park Station, then you can see the Arch over Wembley Stadium in the distance. 
 
Town supporters will be housed in the new North Stand at one end, where just under 1,900 fans can be seated. Tickets can be bought in advance from the GTFC ticket office (until 3pm on Friday only) or can be purchased on the day (no price increase). 
 
Ticket Prices

Adults - £23
Concessions (18-21 & 65+) - £14
Under 17 - £5

Those who require disability concession tickets must contact Barnet direct on 020 8381 3800.

Where to Drink.
 
Away supporters are treated to their own bar within the stadium, which is located behind the North Stand. This spacious bar has a large screen showing Sky Sports. 
 
The nearest pub is Moranos on Station Road, only a short walk from Canons Park Underground Station. 
 
Quite close to Kingsbury Tube Station there is a Wetherspoons pub called JJ Moons (which will be familiar to Town fans when they have travelled to Wembley Stadium which is not far away).
 
Celebrity Watch
 
A whole host of celebrities hale from these parts - including  Jerry Springer, Sir Cliff Richard and Roger Moore. 
 
How to get there.
 
Please note.
 
A large section of the A180 in Grimsby will be closed over the weekend while roadworks are carried out.
 
Both sides of the dual carriageway between Pyewipe roundabout and Lockhill roundabout are set to close to all traffic between 6pm on Saturday before reopening at 6am on Monday.
 
By Car
 
Leave the M1 at Junction 4 and take the A41 towards Edgware. At the first roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A410 towards Harrow and Stanmore. At the next small roundabout turn left at the Esso Garage/McDonalds towards Edgware. After passing through a set of traffic lights with the Masons Arms on one corner and then a Peugeot Garage on the left then at the next set of traffic lights turn right into Camrose Avenue. The entrance to the stadium is down this road on the right.
 
There is a large car park at the stadium, with 500 spaces, costing £5 per car. Otherwise street parking. although no parking is available on Camrose Avenue itself. There are also 150 car parking spaces at  Canons Park Tube Station which costs £2 all day on a Saturday. 
 
Post Code for SAT NAV: HA8 6AG
 
By Tube
 
The nearest London Underground station is Canons Park which is on the Jubilee Line. It is around a ten minute walk away from the away end of the stadium.
 
Please note there will be some travel disruption within London this weekend. Supporters are advised to visit https://tfl.gov.uk for more information.
 
Town Kit Colours.
 
Shirts: Blue
Shorts: Blue
Socks: Blue

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