Barnet Football Club

The Bees will go in search of three points this Saturday (15:00 KO) – when hosting Altrincham at The Hive London in the Vanarama National League.

 

All key information you need to know ahead of today’s game can be found in this Match Preview.

 

TICKET INFORMATION

 

Supporters can purchase their ticket online by clicking HERE.

 

Once purchased, fans will be sent their e-ticket to their registered email address, which can be scanned from your mobile device or printed out for entry into the stadium.

 

The ticket office will also be open on matchday for supporters looking to purchase tickets, however we strongly advise to book online in advance and avoid the queues.

 

Prices:

 

Adult – £22

 

Concessions* – £14

 

Under 17 – £5

 

*Concessions are those over 65 and under 21, tickets checks will be in operation at the turnstiles.

 

HAVE A ‘DRINK ON US’

 

Season Membership Card Holders will be able to enjoy their ‘Drink On Us’ before the match!

 

To redeem your FREE drink, please arrive at the Legends Bar no later than an hour before kick-off, where you will be asked to scan your card to receive your beverage.

 

ALTRINCHAM

 

Nickname: The Robins

 

Founded: 1891

 

Stadium: Moss Lane (6,085 capacity)

 

Manager: Phil Parkinson

 

Top Scorer: Dan Mooney (6)

 

League Position: 16th

 

Summer Transfers

 

IN: Tom Walker (Stockport County, loan), Connor Kirby (Harrogate Town, loan), Danny Whitehead (Port Vale, loan), Adam Porter (Stoke City, loan), Barry Baggley (Fleetwood Town, loan), Dean Furman (Carlisle United), AJ Leitch-Smith (Morecambe FC), Ben Pringle (Morecambe FC), Joe Bunney (Grimsby Town), David Fitzpatrick (Port Vale), Brad Jackson (Chester FC), Kennedy Digie (Hereford FC), James Berry-McNally (Hull City), Kwame Osigwe (Unassigned), Jamie Morgan (Chester FC), Marcus Dinanga (Stevenage Town), Isaac Marriott (Bradford Park Avenue), Richie Sutton (Alfreton Town, loan), Matt Gould (Nantwich Town, loan), Tom Peers (Curzon Ashton, loan) Steven Drench (Unassigned).

 

OUT: Sean Williams (Warrington Town, loan), Andy White (FC United, loan), Tom Peers (Curzon Ashton, loan), Curtis Miller (Trafford FC, loan), Will Hall (Ramsbottom United, loan) Fisayo Adarbioyo (Ashton United), James Hardy (Chester FC), Joe Piggott (AFC Fylde), Alistair Smith (Sutton United), Joel Senior (Carlisle United), Lewis Salmon (Nottingham Forest), Simon Richman (Unassigned), Yusifu Ceesay (Unassigned).

 

LAST TIME OUT

 

Boreham Wood 0 – 0 Bees

 

Vanarama National League

 

Bees: Aston Oxborough, Jordan Thomas, Jamie Turley ©, Ben Richards-Everton, Rob Hall (Wes Fonguck 86’), Mitch Brundle, Mason Bloomfield, Adam Marriott (Serhat Tasdemir 78’), Harry Taylor, Sam Beard, Sam Woods. Subs (not used): Jake Askew, Sam Granville, Ryan De Havilland.

 

Altrincham FC 0 – 2 Wrexham AFC

 

Vanarama National League

 

Altrincham: Tony Thompson, David Fitzpatrick, Joel Senior, Matty Kosylo (AJ Leitch-Smith 46’), Adam Porter (Dan Mooney 81’), Isaac Marriott (Dean Furman 32’), Jake Moult, Josh Hancock, Ryan Colclough, Toby Mullarkey, Kennedy Digie. Subs (not used): Steven Drench, Shaun Densmore.

 

LEAGUE FORM

 

Bees: WWWLD

 

Altrincham: LDLLL

 

OPPOSITION DUGOUT

 

Phil Parkinson

 

The 41-year-old started his managerial career at Nantwich, leading them to the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League play-off semi-final but was beaten by Spennymoor Town.

 

Narrowly missing out on promotion in 2019, the Englishmen earned promotion from the National League North in 2020 through the play-off route.

 

This season, he has guided his Manchester-based side to one place below the Bees in the table so far.

 

ONE TO WATCH

 

Dan Mooney

 

The 22-year-old winger started his career at Fleetwood Town where he’d make two appearances for the senior team before loan spells at Chorley and Chester FC.

 

During that time, the Welshman also played for his national team at Under-19 level and Under-21 too.

 

Now at Altrincham, Mooney is the Robin’s top scorer this season and has predominantly played off the right-flank.

 

Mooney is likely to be a threat to the Bees if he plays this afternoon.

 

MATCH OFFICIALS

 

Referee: Greg Rollason

 

Assistant Referee: Scott Chalkley

 

Assistant Referee: Andrew Ellis

 

Fourth Official: Jack Bloxham

 

COME ON YOU BEES!

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