Barnet Football Club would like to inform supporters that there has been an alteration to ticket classifications at The Hive.
The following changes came into effect from the home match against Stevenage on Saturday 19th September 2015, and will continue for the remainder of the season:
New Family Area – Prices Frozen
East Stand blocks F, G & H are to become a new family area; tickets will continue to be priced at £20 for adults, £12 for concessions (over 64’s & under 19’s) and £5 for under 14’s.
Family Tickets will also be available for £39 as before, which includes two Adults and two Under-14s.
West Stand – One Price
West Stand seating will now be universally priced at £23 for adults, £12 for concessions and £5 for Under 14’s. This will apply in all blocks.
But any pre-bought tickets will still be valid at the old price.
These changes will not affect anyone who has a Barnet FC Membership – those prices will remain the same for the rest of the 2015/16 season.
The Hive stadium will continue to open 90 minutes before kick-off.
However Grazioli’s Bar will be open two and a half hours before the match.
Supporters will be able to come down to The Hive from 12:30, watch the early televised match in the bar and enjoy the great food from ‘Amber Spice’, before heading into the stands and cheering on the Bees!
Ticket prices will remain the same on the South Terrace (£17 adults, £12 concessions, £4 Under 14’s) but concessions will only be available in advance of the game and in person.
Get Your Tickets In Advance
Phone 020 8381 3800 (ext. 1028) or visit the online box office to secure entry to the matches of your choice.
Don’t forget that tickets aren’t available on the turnstiles for Barnet FC home games this season.
But you can get them from the ticket office on the day of the match, or purchase them in advance.
We highly recommend buying in advance, to avoid any queuing on matchday.
Or why not sign up to a Bees membership for the best value?
Prices start at £22 per month for adults, £8 for concessions and £4 for under-14’s.