Barnet Football Club

PRE-SEASON PREVIEW: HENDON FC
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
• Entry to tonight’s match is FREE for all Bees Members.
• We are also running a Kids for a Quid offer with non-member Adult tickets £5.
• Car parking is £1 so make sure you arrive nice and early to secure your spot and enjoy a pre-match pint in the Amber Lounge. 
• Members who have yet to receive their memberships can collect them from the ticket office. 
•The West Stand will be the only section of the stadium open to supporters. 
INTRODUCTION
• Today’s match will kick-off at 19.15.
• The Bees will be hoping to get back to winning way after losing 0-1 to Ipswich Town at The Hive on Saturday.
• Prior to Saturday’s defeat the Bees had a 100% record during pre-season after wins against St Albans City and Hemel Hempstead Town.
• Despite defeat Edgar Davids’ side impressed and they more than match their Championship opponents.
• Following Today’s match the Bees will face MK Dons at The Hive on Saturday 27th August.
THE OPPOSITION 
• Hendon FC were formed in 1908 as Christ Church Hampstead, they currently play in the Isthmian League Premier Division. 
• The club are currently based in South Harrow at Earlsmead, the home of Harrow Borough FC. 
• The club were crowned European Amateur Champions in 1973 and during the same season they also won the Isthmian League title. 
• In 1976/77 they won the Isthmian League Cup for the first and only time, ten-years later they were runners up. 
MANAGER
•Gary McCann is now into his eighth season as Hendon manager having taken over in February 2005.
• McCann originally joined the club in March 1997 as Frank Murphy’s first signing. 
• He made his debut on March 31st 1997 in a 0-3 defeat to Aylesbury United.
• He went onto make 196 appearances for the club between the sticks and his popularity as a player has continued during his time as manager. 
GENERAL INFORMATION
• Please visit http://www.tfl.gov.uk/ to plan your journey.
• The weather forecast at The Hive tonight is: Chance of storms with maximum temperatures reaching 30C. 

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