First time fan guide - The Hive
For our 2017 Spring Series games held at The Hive, we’ve put together some handy information below.
Location and Travel Address: The Hive, Camrose Avenue, London, HA8 6AG, UK.
Nearest tube stations: Canons Park Underground station, on the Jubilee line, is less than 5 minutes’ walk away from The Hive.
Bus: You can catch the 340, 79 and 186 buses from Edgware Road to Canons Park, along with the 288 and 688 to Camrose Avenue.
Pedestrian Entrance: Access from either Camrose Avenue or Whitchurch Lane
Vehicles: Public transport use is advised, however on site parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Tokens can be purchased from the club shop and cost £1 per car.
Buying tickets Pay on the day tickets are available to purchase from The Hive’s Box Office on a matchday, adults £6 adults and £3 concessions*.
Please note, those who have bought Spring Series passes will need to use the barcoded paper tickets sent in the post, to gain access to The Hive.
Any purchaser who has bought their ticket after the 21st April 2017 and has NOT received their paper tickets will need to visit the The Hive’s Box Office window on the selected matchday, to get their barcoded tickets.
* Fans who are registered as disabled qualify for a concession season ticket/matchday ticket. Carers can enter for free on matchdays.
WE ADVISE YOU CHECK OUR WEBSITE AND SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNELS FOR UP TO DATE KICK OFF TIMES AND MATCH INFORMATION BEFORE TRAVELING TO MATCHES, AS FIXTURES CAN BE SUBJECT TO LATE CHANGES.
The Ground The capacity at The Hive stadium is 5,176 and is the home of Barnet FC and London Bees. Fans will be allocated a seating area (not a specific seat) and will not be able to walk the perimeter of the pitch, due to restricted access.
The Hive hosts 2 seated stands, the East and West stands, which can seat a maximum of 3,434 fans along with two standing areas (the North and South stands).
When to arriveOur normal match times are 2pm on Sunday afternoons or 7.30pm on weeknights, but we strongly advise you check our fixtures list before travelling as matches are subject to change and kick-off times can vary.
If you want to soak up the atmosphere, enjoy the warm-ups and grab something to eat and drink we recommend arriving 45-60 minutes before kick-off. We regularly run pre-match festivals or other events for children so please check the latest news section on our website for up-to-date information.
Buying a programme and merchandiseOur matchday programme is your guide to the day’s match and costs just £2. The programme can be purchased on the turnstile or inside the ground from a programme seller. It features notes from the manager as well as previous match reports, exclusive player interviews, club news and competitions. We also have a merchandise stand that sells many pocket money items for children, ranging from mugs, scarves and stationary sets.
Food and drinkFans visiting The Hive are welcome to use the food and drink facilities on site, including Starbucks© coffee shop and café, along with the ‘Pecking Order’ restaurant, which offers fantastic value, hot food. To book a table, click here.
The Pecking Order also has a full bar, which is open to all supporters and customers before, during and after the match. The bar is well stocked, has Sky Sports, BT sports and WiFi is also available.
If you have any queries of any nature, please don’t hesitate to get in touch by calling: 01727 747452 or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org