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8 July 2015

Tickets still available for visit of Premier League opposition on Saturday.

Barnet’s preparations for the new season step up a gear on Saturday, as they welcome Premier League opposition in the shape of Crystal Palace to The Hive for their second of four home pre-season friendlies!

Following an entertaining 6-1 victory over Hungerford Town, Martin Allen has predicted ‘a much sharper performance’ this weekend – and his side will be looking to be on top of their game as they take on the Eagles who registered a top-ten finish in the top flight last season.

Managed by former Bee Alan Pardew and likely to include more old Barnet favourites in the form of Jason Puncheon and Yannick Bolasie amongst their star-studded squad, it certainly promises to be a fascinating match-up against top-class opposition.

As with all of our home friendlies this summer, tickets are priced at just £10 for adults and only £5 for concessions (under-19s and over-64s) and under-14s!

To buy your tickets for the big game and get behind the Bees as they prepare for life back in the Football League, simply head to our online ticket office by clicking here, or alternatively you can order over the phone by calling 020 8381 3800 and selecting option 1.

Tickets will be available on the day from The Hive Shop as well as the mobile ticket office from 13:00, although it is recommended that you buy in advance since no cash will be accepted on any home turnstiles.

Please also be aware that due to sales demands we are unable to process any membership applications on matchdays less than three hours before kick-off. Forms can still be submitted to be processed at the earliest available opportunity, or alternatively you can pop into The Hive throughout the week to sign up for any one of our excellent membership packages offering fantastic football at affordable prices with a whole host of other benefits!

We look forward to welcoming you to The Hive for what promises to be an occasion to remember!

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