Making the trip down to Barnet this weekend? Kristine Green has provided the following travel guide to help make your journey run as smooth as possible.
What colour kit will the team be wearing?
We’ll be playing in Blue for this game.
What’s the ticket information?
Tickets are on sale directly from Barnet via their ticketing website. We have around 1600.
Wheelchair, disabled and any other ticket purchases where you need to speak to somebody – please call 020 8361 3800.
If a number of tickets remain they will be available to purchase on the day from the ticket office, no sales at the turnstiles. However, it is strongly advised to purchase online to avoid queues.
How do I get to the ground?
Postcode is HA8 6AG
From the A1 – At Apex corner roundabout, take the 2nd exit signposted A5109 Edgeware. On the third roundabout, take the 3rd exit towards A5109. Straight over the traffic lights on Camrose Avenue. Continue onto this road and the stadium will be on your right.
What stand are we in?
We’re in Stand 66 – a covered all seater stand behind the goal.
When do turnstiles open?
Fans will be able to enter Bar 66 and the food outlet from 12pm. Doors to reach stadium seating will then open from 1.30pm as would be the usual opening time.
Where is the best place to park?
Parking at the ground is available costing £8. This is first come, first served and not pre-bookable. There are a number of restrictions around the ground so please do check before leaving your car.
Canons Park tube station is only a 10 minute walk away, which has around 150 spaces. Saturday parking is £6.00
Is there any disabled parking?
The stadium car park has 7 disabled parking bays, they are not free and are not reserved.
Canons Park Station has 6 disabled parking bays
What is the nearest train station to the stadium and what is the approximate distance and walking time?
Nearest tube station is Canons Park on the Jubilee Line – 10 minute walk from the ground
Recommended pubs for away fans?
Apart from the excellent away end bar in the ground (open from 12pm), there is only Moranos on Whitchurch Lane – although it is quite small and apparently not always open for games. If you arrive early or travelling in via the tube you’ve got plenty of choice with JJ Moons near Kingsbury tube station (2 stops from Canons Park) will be a familiar one for Town fans or other pubs around London.
The Hive bar at the ground is home fans only.
Food available in the area?
There’s a Starbucks at the stadium, you’ve also got a number of independent food outlets and a Tesco on Whitchurch Lane – this only a 10 minute walk from the ground.
Where is the nearest cash machine to the Stadium?
There are a couple of cash machines 10 minutes away on Whitchurch Lane.
What food and drink is available in the stadium?
As mentioned, we have access to a great away bar that also has an outside area with tables and chairs.
Food is the usual burgers, hot dogs etc.
Cash or card.
Is a programme available?
The programme is digital-only which is free to download from 9am on the day of the game via Barnet’s website.
What’s the drum and flag policy?
The drum will be allowed. Please follow the stewards’ instructions on flag placement.