Barnet Football Club

The Bees are on the road in the penultimate away game of the season – travelling to Altrincham on Monday 2nd May (15:00 KO) in the Vanarama National League.


We’ve created this Away Guide packed full of all the important information if you’re joining us at The J Davidson Stadium.




The J Davidson Stadium, Altrincham, WA15 8AP




The Robins




Red & White




Phil Parkinson has been at the helm here since April 2017 after a spell in charge of Nantwich.


He enjoyed a youth career at Crewe Alexandra which was followed by spells at Reading, Port Vale and Northwich Victoria.




To get to Altrincham take the M1 and then M6 to Junction 19. Take the A556 signposted Manchester Airport. Pick up the M56  – still signposted Airport –  and exit at its Junction 6, taking the A538 signposted Altrincham and Hale Barns.


You will now be on Hale Road where you will pass the Ringway Golf Club. At the traffic lights that cross with the A5144, carry straight on taking the third right into Westminster Road. This becomes Bancroft Road and then Moss Lane for the ground on your right.




Trains from London Euston to Manchester are incredibly quick these days – just over two hours. Altrincham Metrolink Tram Station is served by trams from Manchester Piccadilly, with the journey time being around 30 minutes.


The Arriva bus service 263 and Stagecoach X41 buses also run to the ground from Manchester. The ground is around a 15-20 minute walk away from Altrincham Station – simply walk to your left into Moss Lane and follow it round to the ground.




Street parking will be available near the stadium on matchday.




Moss Lane has been Altrincham’s home since 1910 and it now has a capacity of 6,085.


On 10 July 2013, it was announced that the stadium would be known as The J Davidson Stadium, following a sponsorship agreement with the Club’s main sponsors, J Davidson, scrap metal processors, of Altrincham.


The stadium is made up from a variety of seated stands and terracing, including the Hale End Terrace, Golf Road Terrace, Popular Side Terrace, Main Stand and the Family Stand.




There is a bar outside the ground called The Community Sports Hall, which should welcome away fans.


Other than that, there is very little on offer which is close to Moss Road – apart from the King George about a 10 minute walk south of the ground. 


The town centre offers plenty of scope for refreshment.




April 2021 was the last visit to Moss Lane which saw the Bees win 3-2 thanks to goals from Courtney Baker-Richardson, Ephron Mason-Clark and Tomi Adeloye.


The Bees suffered a heavy defeat back in March 1991, as the Robins won 4-1. Eleven years earlier to that Altrincham knocked the Bees out of the APL Cup – winning 7-0.


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Enjoy the match, Reckless.