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Barnet Football Club

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Corporate name headingBarnet Football Club
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Variant(s)Barnet F.C. (Soccer team)
Bees (Soccer team)
Beginning date1919
Associated countryGreat Britain England
Associated placeBarnet (London, England)
LocatedLondon (England)
Field of activitySoccer
Found inBarnet FC : official programme, 2nd April 1996: p.2 (Barnet F.C.; Barnet Football Club; Underhill Stadium, Westcombe Drive, Barnet, Hertfordshire EN5 2BE)
Its website, viewed 4 Mar. 2015: home p. (Barnet Football Club) history p. (the original Barnet FC was formed in 1888, folding in 1902; local rivals Avenue FC subsequently took over their name and their Queens Road ground before merging in 1912 with near-neighbours Barnet Alston, who played in a distinctive black and amber kit and who, in September 1907, established a ground at Underhill; Barnet & Alston reverted to the name Barnet FC after the First World War) contact p. (Barnet Football Club, The Hive, Camrose Avenue, London HA8 6AG)
Wikipedia, viewed 4 Mar. 2015 (Barnet F.C.; Barnet Football Club; an English professional football club based in Barnet, London; between 1907 and 2013 the club played at Underhill Stadium, situated in the town of Barnet within the London Borough of Barnet; the club moved to The Hive Stadium, situated in Canons Park in the London Borough of Harrow, for the 2013-14 season; Barnet FC were formed in 1888; formerly known as New Barnet FC (1885-88) and Woodville FC (1882-85); known as "The Hillmen" and played in New Barnet before moving to Ravenscroft Park in Queens Road in 1889; the club ceased in the 1901-02 season; Barnet Avenue FC (formed 1890) renamed themselves Barnet FC in 1904; Alston Works AFC (formed 1901), later Barnet Alston FC, moved to the club's ground at Underhill, Barnet Lane, merging with the Avenue team in 1912 as Barnet and Alston FC; in 1919 they became the third instance of Barnet FC; this team continues today; club's nickname: The Bees)
Associated languageeng