Barnet Football Club is an English football team from High Barnet, London, England, currently playing in Football League Two. The ground is in the town of Barnet within the London Borough of Barnet.
In March 2004 they were in one of the play-off positions of the Football Conference but failed to gain promotion to League Two, the lowest flight of the Football League. In the 2004–05 season they won the Football Conference, to return to the Football League after an absence of four years. Before that they had been members of the Football League for ten years.
Barnet's most eventful season was the 1992–93 season. They were on the verge of expulsion for failing to pay their players' wages as well as failing to meet a deadline for a £50,000 fine. In spite of these problems Barnet won promotion to Division Two, but the Bees were unable to sustain themselves at this level and went down after one season with just five league wins in the campaign. Barry Fry was the manager who secured Barnet's promotion successes in the early 1990s. Subsequent managers of the club include Ray Clemence, Terry Bullivant, John Still, Tony Cottee, John Still (again), Peter Shreeves, Martin Allen, Paul Fairclough, Ian Hendon and Mark Stimson.
A number of Barnet players have gone on to represent Premiership clubs. They include Dougie Freedman, Marlon King, Andy Clarke, Linvoy Primus, Maik Taylor and Jason Puncheon. Jimmy Greaves also played for the club before retiring.
Barnet's home ground, Underhill Stadium, is also used by Arsenal F.C. Reserves. Barnet are also involved in an annual friendly fixture with Arsenal F.C. with the former benefiting from its gate receipts.