Barnet Football Club

Match Preview: Bees vs Wrexham AFC

Match Preview: Bees vs Wrexham AFC

The Bees host Wrexham AFC at The Hive London on Saturday afternoon (15:00 KO) in the Vanarama National League.


We have created this Match Preview to guide you through all the information you need to know ahead of the fixture.


Ticket Information:


Bees fans can purchase their tickets online by clicking HERE!


Tickets are also available to buy on the day of the game, from the Ticket Office, however we are strongly advising you to book online.


Once ordered online, your e-tickets will arrive via email which can be scanned at the turnstile from your mobile device or printed out.


Ticket prices:


Adult – £22.00


Concessions* – £14.00


Under 17s – £5.00


*Concessions are those over 65 and under 21, tickets checks will be in operation at the turnstiles.


Turnstiles will open at 13:30.




We would like to remind supporters that we’re continuing to offer a ‘Drink On Us’ to Season Membership holders to thank you for your continued support!


Please make sure to arrive no later than an hour before kick-off to redeem it from the Legends Bar, where you will be asked to scan your Season Membership card to collect your drink.




Nickname: The Red Dragons


Founded: 1864


Stadium: Racecourse Ground (10,771 capacity)


Manager: Phil Parkinson


Top Scorer: Paul Mullin (6)


Position in table: 12th


Summer Transfers:


IN: Liam McAlinden (Morecambe FC), Harry Lennon (Southend United), Shaun Brisley (Port Vale), Paul Mullin (Cambridge United), Bryce Hosannah (Leeds United), Jake Hyde (FC Halifax Town), Aaron Hayden (Carlisle United), James Jones (Lincoln City), Ben Tozer (Cheltenham Town), David Jones (Unassigned), Dawid Szczepaniak (Cefn Druids AFC).


OUT: Bobby Grant (Radcliffe FC), Mark Carrington (Kidderminster Harriers), Paul Rutherford (Bala Town FC), Fiacre Kelleher (Bradford City), James Horsfield (Clitheroe FC), Gold Omotayo (King’s Lynn Town), Chris Sang (Bala Town), Jay Harris (Warrington Town), Shaun Pearson (Grimsby Town), Theo Vassell (Unassigned), Keanu Marsh-Brown (Unassigned).




Barnet FC 0 – 1 Boreham Wood


Emirates FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round


Bees: Oxborough, Thomas, Richards-Everton, Hall (Marriott 70’), Brundle, Powell (Bloomfield 12’), Mason-Clark, Flanagan (Fonguck 70’), Taylor, Widdowson, Woods. Subs (not used) Azaze, Greenidge, Tasdemir.


Wrexham AFC 2 – 0 Marine AFC


Emirates FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round Replay


Wrexham: Dibble, French, Brisley, Hayden, Reckford, Tozer, Davies, McAlinden, Jarvis, Angus, Mullin. Subs: Szczepaniak, Lennon, Cleworth, Hosannah, J.Jones, Ponticelli, Bickerstaff.




Paul Mullin


Born in Merseyside, Mullin started his career in Liverpool FC’s academy before moving to Huddersfield Town at the age of 18, before moving onto Morecambe FC in 2014 on a permanent deal.


The striker then spent three years in the North-West of England, scoring 28 goals in 140 appearances. Spells at Swindon Town and Tranmere Rovers soon followed before joining Cambridge United in 2020.


Mullin initially joined the U’s on loan but impressed during this time to earn himself a permanent contract, which proved to be an important decision for Cambridge United. The now 26-year-old netted 32 goals in 46 league games last season which helped the Club to secure promotion into League One and earn himself a place in the EFL League Two Team of the Season.


After declining a new contract from Cambridge, Mullin joined Wrexham AFC this summer and has started swiftly. He is the Red Dragons’ top scorer and will look to provide a threat to the Bees’ defence this Saturday, should he play.   




Referee: Tom Reeves 


Assistant Referee: Scott Williams


Assistant Referee: Daniel Robinson


Fourth Official: Mark Stevens