Barnet Football Club is delighted to confirm the signing of Harry Pritchard on a permanent basis.
Pritchard, who can operate as an attacking midfielder and winger, joins the Bees following his release from National League side Eastleigh.
The 29-year-old began his career at Flackwell Heath before signing for Burnham in 2011.
Pritchard later moved to Maidenhead United where he spent six-and-a-half years.
During his time at York Road he made over 200 appearances and helped secure the National League South title with his 10 goals in the 2016/17 season.
Pritchard’s impressive performances with the Magpies earned him a two-year deal at Blackpool in League One where he scored six goals in 50 appearances for the club.
The playmaker moved to Bradford City in 2019 and had his goal against Cambridge United at home nominated as one of the Club’s Goals of the Season.
After two seasons at Valley Parade he signed for Ben Strevens’ Eastleigh in 2021 and found the net six times in 39 league appearances.
Dean Brennan said: “Harry is a great character and has all the capabilities to score goals from all areas.
“He is a consistent performer and also helps us to create a nice balance to our team.”
The deal is subject to the usual regulatory processes.