Barnet Football Club


Barnet v Wrexham | Supporter Guide

Barnet v Wrexham has now sold out.


Please do not travel to The Hive London unless you already have a valid ticket.


The ground and bars will open to home & away supporters from 10:30am.


Ticket & security checks will be in place, and we strongly urge all supporters to be in their seat well ahead of kick-off.


Public Transport

The Whitchurch Lane entrance to The Hive London is currently closed. Supporters are therefore advised to not use Cannons Park station..

Queensbury Underground Station is a 10-minute walk from The Hive. This station is on the Jubilee Line.

Turn left out of the station on to Turner Road. Walk to the end of the road, turn right and the entrance to The Hive is across the road.

Edgware Underground Station on the Northern Line is about a one mile walk to The Hive.



Address for sat-nav

The Hive

Camrose Avenue



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Parking is available at The Hive London and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.


Matchday parking costs £8 and supporters should use this link here to pay in advance or on the day.


Please ensure you have paid before approaching the exit barrier to avoid causing congestion.


At the stadium

Please be aware that The Hive London is a cashless stadium. We unfortunately do not accept Amex.



The away section has sold out and Wrexham supporters are reminded not to travel to The Hive unless they already have a ticket.


All supporters should be aware that the home ends are strictly for Barnet supporters.


Our guidelines are clear, we do not permit away supporters in home general admission areas or hospitality.


There will be an increased presence of stewarding at the fixture, and any Wrexham fans found in the home sections will be ejected – no reallocations will be permitted.


To ensure the integrity of the home ends, Barnet Football Club is proactively assessing ticket sales and the details of those purchasing tickets.


We would also like to remind our supporters that Home season tickets / general admission tickets must not be provided to Away fans. Any such behaviour is open to ejection and further action against all parties.


We are delighted by the support for the game and hope that all supporters will work with us to ensure a great atmosphere for all.


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