Welcome to Bees Overseas, the site dedicated to followers of Barnet FC across the world.
Bees Overseas is being put together by the International Friends of Barnet - a group of fans in different countries who want to share the activities, hopes, aspirations and experience of the many Barnet fans in all parts of the globe.
Bees Overseas works on the simple principle that everyone in the world deep down wants to support Barnet. Some people don't know it. Others do - but have to live far away. This site tries to help both groups by sharing their views and experiences.
If you think you can help us in any way - if you've got content you'd like to contribute, if you can help us translate some of the pages into other languages whatever it might be - get in touch.
Latest News: April 2013
Player of the Year Vote:
Barnet fans across the world are invited to vote for the annual player of the year awards which can be accessed here:
Player of the Year Vote
International Supporters Day : unfortunately the Village Cup 5-a-side comeptition for international supporters had to be cancelled as a result of snow on the pitches. However, the International Supporters Day did take place as usual and was a huge success. A large contingent came over from Sweden (many of them also made the away game at Wimbledon too) and there were fans from Italy, Holland, Germany, Australia, Canada and the US.
LATEST UPDATES ON BEESOVERSEAS
1) Legends of Underhill. Tony "Reckless" Hammond continues his chronicling of the greatest Bees of all time. This month he turns the spotlight on Lee Harrison. Read the tribute here.
2) The story of the Swedish Bees is here
3) Hot on the heels of the mighty Edgar Davids - several Dutch fans have come to Underhill. Max tells his story here.
3) For our German Bees fans (and German speakers) Denny a Munich 1860 fan followed the Bees away to Plymouth. His account of that day and what he saw and learnt is here.
4) The Welsh contingent came all the way for their final home game at Underhill. Read their account here.
5) Marc - a US Bee who's over in London for a few months - continues his excellent Overseas blog. You can find it here.
Thanks to our friends
Many thanks to Marcus Palm in Sweden, Benjamin Schaller in Germany and Timo Litjens in Holland.
These overseas Bees have been good enough to translate pages for us into Swedish, German and Dutch helping us towards our aim of building a fully multilingual site.
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