Over 20 years of writing about my club in Barnet matchday programmes, which sold to about 500 souls on a good day, now with this Blog Site everyone can read my ramblings, memories, interviews, experiences, features, guides to away grounds and pure love of everything Barnet Football Club. Enjoy and digest and tell your friends.
Reckless - Potters Bar March 2014.
Oh Yes, thank you to"Al" without whom.......that is all
Vanarama National League Tuesday 4th September 2018
Kick Off 7.45pm
H2T Group Stadium, Hayes Lane,
Bromley, Kent BR2 9EF
020 8460 5291
Colours White and Black
Lambeth born Neil Smith
is the current first team manager at Bromley. His youth career was at
Tottenham before he moved to Gillingham, Fulham and Reading. He also
had a lengthy spell at Woking. He has had previous managerial
experience at Welling Utd taking the reins at Hayes Road in April
Directions by Road
the M25 at its junction 4 and take the A21 towards Bromley. By the
Princes Royal Hospital pick up the A232 towards Croydon and Sutton.
On Keston Common at the 2nd
set of traffic lights take a right onto the B265 Baston Road. This
road becomes Hayes Lane and you will see the ground on your right.
These directions courtesy
of Bromley FC.
is a small car park at the ground for early birds but street parking
is available locally
by Train Bromley
South is the nearest to the ground and is served from London Victoria
or Blackfiars. It is a 20 minute walk to the ground.The
119, 146 and 314 buses all pass the ground.
and Drinking Locally
The Ravens Bar is
available to visiting supports at the ground and serves bar meals.
The Bricklayers Arms on Masons Hill is recommended by the club. It is
a 15 minute walk away.
The ground uses an
artificial 3G pitch and has a capacity of around 5,000. The club have
occupied the ground since 1938 and share facilities with Cray
Wanderers in the Isthmian League.
The main stand is the
modest John Fiorini Stand built in 1993 while the two end terraces,
although the Norman Park end has a section of modern seating flanked
by benches bolted onto the risers, have been around for some years.
They are both covered at the rear. Opposite is the Cricket Club
terrace which is uncovered.
Prices (as of writing)
Concessions £10.00 Students £5.00
Last Meeting & Memories
do believe this is the first competitive meeting between the two
Wells was born here in 1866 and another member of the Bromley Library
was Charles Darwin who was born down the road in Downe! Oh look
there's more writers - Enid Blyton (Noddy) and David Nobbs (Reginald
Perrin) and WE Johns (Biggles), the consumption of pencils in this
part of the world must be enormous?Other notables connected with
area include David Bowie, Peter Frampton and Occultist Aleister