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.
Bees Overseas Contacts: As we try to bring together fans of the glorious black and amber across the globe, we are looking to engage every channel we can. So as of now you can:
Latest updates on Beesoverseas
1) Legends of Underhill. Tony "Reckless" Hammond continues his chronicling of the greatest Bees of all time. This month he profiles a former Barnet player, manager and captain of the last team to win promotion to the Football League Ian Hendon Read the profile here.
2) We've started a new feature - interviews with Bees fans across the globe. We're trying to get a feel for what it's really like to support Barnet From Afar. The first interview comes from Norway. Read it here
3) Another new feature this season is a Player Ratings Leader Board. Each week fans will be invited to rate each player's performance in a game. As we go through the season we'll tot up the scores and show who - in the spectators' opinion - is performing best. You can rate the performances after each match here.
4) We have added a new gallery to the Underhill pages - this time looking at the history of the East terrace. See the gallery here
Latest News: August 2013
So the new season is nearly here. We've completed all of the Pre Season friendlies. We've started to get to know the Hive. Now the business starts.
Village has already taken up new residence at the Hive and the Beesoverseas collection of flags have been on display for all of the home friendlies that have been played. New overseas friends were made with the recent visit of the AEK Limassol team and their supporters
Edgar Davids Twee-T shirt
We are pleased to say that we sold out the first batch of Edgar Davids Twee-T shirts. At the recent Hive Open Day Davids noticed people wearing them and so now has one himself! More importantly we are pleased to be able to make a donation for £50.00 to Noah's Ark Children's Hospice.
The shirts are still available to order. You can see more about this and reserve one for yourself here
*not really FIFA recognised
**no teams from Enfi--ld or Luton should apply