Barnet FC is an English football club who are based in Barnet, London and they play in orange and black home shirts. The club play their home games at the Hive Stadium which holds just over 5,000 people and they have most notably had Dutch great Edgar Davids play for the club. Edgar Davids is famously known at the club for being the player coach as well as opting for the number one kit number.
Barnet play their home fixtures in black shirts with an orange rectangle on the chest, black shorts and socks. The Barnet shirt has never been worn to major honours but has been donned by players who went on to the top level including Dougie Freedman, Marlon King, Andy Clarke, Linvoy Primus and Welsh goalkeeper Maik Taylor.
League Two club Barnet FC officially release their entire kit collection for the upcoming 2016/17 season. Distinctively designed by kit manufacturers Jako, Barnet's all-new shirts not only possess a unique pattern however also pose as the club's 70th anniversary strip since winning the FA Amateur [...]
Barnet FC is an English club from London playing in the nPower League Two, the fourth level in the English league pyramid [...]
Barnet FC have unveiled their new home and away kits for the 2009/2010 season [...]
Barnet have revealed their new Home and Away kits for next season which is made by Vandanel. The home shirt is Barnet's traditional colours of Black and Amber [...]
This Friday the new Barnet home shirt was unveiled, it is a throwback to the shirt the team wore a hundred years ago, when football was first played at Barnet's Underhill ground, the 1907 shirt was a gold and black striped top worn with black shorts and black socks. Barnet's 2007/08 Home Shirt Bar [...]
Barnet Football Club founded in 1888 are an English football team from High Barnet in the London Borough of Barnet. The Bees as they are called play their home games in the 5,500 capacity Underhill stadium.
The club won the 1945-46 FA Amateurs Cup and were runners-up in the 1947-48 and 1958-59 seasons. The club also won the Football Conference in 1991 and 2005.