Barnet Football Club

The Bees will be looking to advance into the next round of the Buildbase FA Trophy this Saturday (15:00 KO) – when hosting Boreham Wood at The Hive London. 

 

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

 

TICKET INFORMATION 

 

Supporters can secure their seats by clicking HERE.

 

Once purchased, supporters will be emailed their e-ticket which they can scan at the turnstile from their mobile device or printed out for entry into the stadium. 

 

The Ticket Office will be open on matchday to buy tickets, however we advise to book online and avoid the queues.

 

Prices

 

Adult – £15

 

Concessions* – £10

 

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’

 

As Season Membership Cards are not valid for tomorrow’s match, we will not be offering our free drink to Season Membership Card holders.

 

However, we will have Beavertown Neck Oil in for supporters in Legends Bar – following on from some positive feedback after our last match.

 

BOREHAM WOOD 

 

Nickname: The Wood

 

Founded: 1948

 

Stadium: Meadow Park (4,500 capacity)

 

Manager: Luke Garrard 

 

Top Scorer: Scott Boden (9)

 

League Position: 3rd

 

Summer Transfers

 

In: Jacob Mendy (Wealdstone FC), Connor Smith (Wealdstone FC), Will Evans (Chesterfield FC), Josh Rees (Aldershot Town), Jack Munns (Dover Athletic), Frankie Raymond (Bromley FC), Scott Boden (Chesterfield FC), Adrian Clifton (Dagenham and Redbridge FC).

 

Out: Keiran Murtagh (Dartford FC), Tom Champion (Woking FC), Krystian Pearce (Hereford FC), Matt Rhead (Alfreton Town), Adam McDonnell (Sligo Rovers), Kabongo Tshimanga (Chesterfield FC), Piero Mingoia (Unassigned), Shaq Coulthirst (Unassigned), Danny Woodwards (Unassigned), Ryan Huddart (Unassigned).

 

LAST TIME OUT 

 

Yeovil Town 1 – 0 Bees 

 

Vanarama National League

 

Bees: Aston Oxborough, Jordan Thomas, Jamie Turley ©, Rob Hall, Mitch Brundle, Ephron Mason-Clark, Reiss Greenidge, Wes Fonguck (Josh Payne 81’), Harry Taylor, Serhat Tasdemir (Ben Richards-Everton 71’), Sam Beard. Subs (not used): Jake Askew, Sam Granville.

 

Woking FC 0 – 2 Boreham Wood 

 

Vanarama National League

 

Boreham Wood: Taye Ashby-Hammond, David Stephens, Jamal Fyfield, Kane Smith, Will Evans, Gus Mafuta, Josh Rees, Mark Ricketts © , Tyrone Marsh (Frankie Raymond 71’), Jacob Mendy-Mendy, Scott Boden (Adrian Clifton 88’). Subs (not used): Dennon Lewis, James Comley, Nile Ranger. 

 

LEAGUE FORM 

 

Bees: LWWWL

 

Boreham Wood: WDWDW

 

OPPOSITION DUGOUT 

 

Luke Garrard 

 

As a player, Garrard started his career at Swindon Town and made his debut in April of 2003, before spells at Bishop Stortford and Boreham Wood. 

 

He then joined AFC Wimbledon on a permanent basis in 2006 and made close to 100 appearances for the Club.

 

Another stint at the Wood followed where he appeared 140 times before hanging up his boots in 2015. 

 

Following the resignation of Ian Allinson in 2015, Garrard was promoted to manager – which made him the youngest gaffer in England’s top five leagues. 

 

ONE TO WATCH 

 

Scott Boden 

 

After coming through the youth system at Sheffield United, Boden was given his first chance in senior football at Chesterfield FC.

 

Boden has played over 450 games throughout his career – scoring 124 goals and assisting 35 times.

 

Standing at 6ft tall, Boden joined Boreham Wood in the summer of 2021 on a one-year contract, with the option to extend. 

 

The 31-year-old is the Club’s top goalscorer this season and is likely to cause problems for the Bees, should he play.

 

MATCH OFFICIALS

 

Referee: Tom Bishop

 

Assistant Referee: Christopher Kidd

 

Assistant Referee: Marc Meeten

 

Fourth Official: Daniel Todd

 

COME ON YOU BEES!

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