Barnet Football Club are thrilled to announce the signing of defender Jerome Binnom-Williams. The experienced defender becomes the latest addition to Peter Beadle's squad.
The full-back who can also play in the centre of defence, joins the Bees having most recently played for fellow National League side FC Halifax Town.
Binnom-Williams played 25 times for the Shaymen last season, as the Yorkshire based Club finished in the Vanarama National League play-off places, losing out to Boreham Wood in their play-off eliminator.
Our newest recruit is no stranger to London, having played for Crystal Palace as a youth player after growing up in his hometown of Croydon.
During his time with the Eagles, the defender spent time on loan at Football League clubs including Southend United, Burton Albion and Leyton Orient. Between those three loan spells, Binnom-Williams racked up almost 50 appearances, highlighting the Football League experience he will bring to the Bees.
A move to Peterborough United followed, before a move to Chesterfield where our new defender made 52 appearances for the Spirites in a two-year spell. His move to former Club Halifax Town followed where he spent one season, before making the move back to London, to join up with the Bees.
Binnom-Williams has significant experience at the tender age of 25 and has also represented the Three Lions at u18, u19 and England 'C' level.
He now joins as Beadle's sixth signing of pre-season and his impressive work rate during his trial period means he fits in well with the boss' plans for the new season. He has fit in well with the group and he will be looking to lay some foundations here in North London as we enter the new season.
The Club would like to welcome Jerome to the Club and we wish him well for the upcoming season!