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The club was founded in Chipping Barnet , then part of Hertfordshire , in They played their home matches at Underhill Stadium from until , when they moved to the new Hive Stadium in Edgware, which is named based on the club's nickname of "the Bees".
Barnet became founder members of the North London League in and had success at a local level before ceasing to exist in Barnet spent 53 years in the Athenian League, winning seven league titles and one FA Amateur Cup title, before turning semi-professional as they entered the Southern League in Barnet became founder members of the Alliance Premier League in and initially struggled, though finished as runners-up after the league was renamed the Conference in — Barnet were first promoted to the Football League in after manager Barry Fry led them to the Conference title in — Promoted out of the Third Division in —93, they spent just one season in the third tier before being relegated.
They were relegated back to the Conference in , but returned to the Football League four years later after winning the —05 Conference National title.
They then spent the next eight seasons in League Two before being relegated to the Conference once again in In , they returned to the Football League for a third time, after winning the —15 Conference Premier title.
However they survived for just three seasons in League Two before suffering another relegation in For a complete list of seasons, see List of Barnet F.
Initially they played friendly games before becoming inaugural members of the North London League in — Barnet Avenue renamed themselves Barnet FC in and as staunch believers in the amateur game they shunned the London Football Association in favour of the Amateur Football Association , which they joined in after winning the Chiswick League.
Avenue played their home games initially at Hadley Green before moving to Queens Road. Formed from workers at Alston Works, a dental manufacturers, they were known as "The Dentals".
Their club strip of amber and black is the basis of the current Barnet team strip. In they moved to the club's current ground at Underhill, Barnet Lane.
Their first match was a 1—0 win over Crystal Palace on 14 September This team continues today. They were inaugural members in —13 they were league champions no fewer than seven times between —65 before turning fully professional in During the s Barnet consolidated their amateur status in the Athenian League under team secretary Tom Goss.
He arranged for junior players from Tottenham Hotspur to play for the club including Taffy O'Callaghan, Willie Evans and Bill Whatley, all of whom eventually became internationals, between them gaining 17 Welsh caps.
The —31 season saw Barnet gain their first Athenian League Championship to be repeated again the following season.
In the —59 season, their young team coached by George Wheeler, reached the FA Amateur Cup final for the third time, but were beaten 3—2 by Crook Town.
Twenty minutes of the game against Wealdstone were televised in the first half and thirty five minutes of the second half before it became too dark.
They were the first Chinese club to ever play in the United Kingdom. Barnet won 5—3. Barnet reached the third round proper of the FA Cup for the first time on 9 January , meeting the previous season's runner-up Preston North End at Underhill.
In —66 Barnet turned semi-professional. Before the season commenced, manager Dexter Adams made two astute signings. He persuaded Les Eason, then 20 years of age, to join from Finchley and then acquired amateur international Barry King from Hitchin , who became the first player to sign professional forms for the club.
The first game finished in Barnet's favour, a 10—1 win over Hinckley Athletic. Les Eason went on to score 31 goals in his first season as the club became champions of the Southern League Division I.
Promoted to the Southern League Premier for —67 the club ended up 5th but had reached the Southern League Cup final only to lose to Guildford City over two legs.
The club reached the third round of the FA Cup the following season, but lost 1—0 to Colchester United , who went on to knock out Leeds United in the fifth round.
That year's cup run included a 6—1 first round win over then Fourth Division Newport County , equalling the competition's all-time record for a win by a non-league side over league opponents.
The —72 season proved one of the most successful. Using just 15 players for 80 competitive matches Barnet reached Wembley in the FA Trophy , losing 3—0 to Stafford Rangers, and reached the final of the Southern League Cup, drawing 2—2 with Hereford on aggregate.
The replay, played the next season, was a 2—2 draw but Barnet went on to win 7—6 on penalties. The match at Loftus Road ended 0—0 and the replay at Underhill drew in excess of 11, spectators.
Rangers eventually won 3—0. Jimmy Greaves , although playing in midfield, still ended the season as leading goal scorer with 27 goals.
By virtue of their Premier Division positions in seasons —78 and —79, Barnet were given a place in the newly formed Alliance Premier League.
In the first three Alliance seasons, Barnet just avoided relegation, but in —3 they finished 15th and a year later 9th.
Then in —85, when it looked like Barnet would face relegation, manager Barry Fry left to take charge at Maidstone United. The season was resurrected under the guidance of ex-player Roger Thompson, with the team losing only one of their remaining thirteen league games.
In season —86 they finished 14th but reached the final of the Bob Lord Trophy only to lose to old friends Stafford Rangers. He led Barnet to their best league position for many years finishing runners-up in the renamed Football Conference scoring 86 goals.
Despite turbulent times off the field, during season —87 the first season of automatic promotion to the Football League for Conference champions  the club maintained their scoring, again finishing runners-up, Scarborough taking the automatic position into the Fourth Division.
Lincoln City came down but in —88 they returned ahead of Barnet in the championship. This time it was Darlington that took the top spot. A good run in the —91 FA Cup culminated in a home defeat by Portsmouth in the 3rd round.
A win in the last game of the season against Fisher Athletic finally saw Barnet promoted to the Fourth Division of the Football League. Barnet F.
Their early reputation was of playing fast, attacking football, [ citation needed ] a reputation only enhanced by their first ever league match which they lost 4—7 to Crewe Alexandra , and a 5—5 draw to Brentford in the League Cup in their next match.
In their first season of league football the club reached the promotion playoffs but lost to Blackpool in the semi finals. The —93 season saw controversy at Underhill as Barnet chairman Stan Flashman regarding club accounts and players' wages, resulting in some nationwide back page headlines.
Flashman also brought his son, Mark, to the club as a reserve goalkeeper. In spite of the financial problems, Barnet finished third in the new Division Three and secured the final automatic promotion spot.
Manager Barry Fry , however, left Barnet with a handful of games remaining and was replaced by his assistant Edwin Stein , who himself then left to join Fry in the summer at Southend United.
Goalkeeper Gary Phillips took over as manager during a difficult summer in which Barnet marginally survived a vote of expulsion by a Football League EGM, and lost the vast majority of their promotion winning side in a tribunal which nullified the players' contracts.
Phillips cobbled together a squad from the few remaining players and free transfers. In August Ray Clemence became sole manager for two seasons, finishing 11th and then 9th in Division Three.
Then at the start of the —97 season Ray Clemence left to become England goalkeeping coach, leaving Terry Bullivant in charge.
The following season saw Barnet slump to 15th place, their lowest Football League finish until that point, though Bullivant was still approached to take over as manager of Reading that summer; he accepted the job, and John Still replaced him as manager.
The following four seasons saw the club yo-yo in form, as they finished 7th and reached the play-offs in —98, hit a new low of 16th place in —99, and then finished 6th and qualified for the play-offs once more in — Despite a 7—0 victory in his first match in charge vs Blackpool, the club ultimately won only five more games for the remainder of the season and finished in bottom place after failing to beat second-bottom Torquay United , returning to the Conference after exactly a decade.
Still was reinstated as manager in the final stages of the season, but was ultimately unable to rescue the club.
Still remained in charge for the club's return to the Conference, and with a good first half of the season it looked as if their stay would be a short one.
However, a terrible run of form after Christmas saw the side crash to mid-table and led to Still's final departure from the club.
He was replaced by Peter Shreeves , who only months before had been in charge of Division One side Sheffield Wednesday , and quickly turned Barnet's form around.Aus den verbliebenen Akteuren und ablösefreien Neuverpflichtungen stellte Phillips eine neue Mannschaft zusammen und erhielt dabei ab Januar von dem ehemaligen englischen Nationaltorhüter Ray Clemence Unterstützung bei der gemeinsamen Trainerarbeit. Data provided Cozyno Casino Opta Sports. Dabei war Still innerhalb dieser Saison kurzzeitig zurückgetreten. Inih Effiong I.