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: March 2013
International Supporters Day : this year the International Supporters' day is set for March 29th 2013, the day of the home game v. Dagenham & Redbridge.
Unfortunately - as a result of the very poor weather conditions and the state of the Underhill cricket pitches, we have to cancel the Village Cup.
There will be no tournament this Friday 29th March.
The Pavilion will, however, be open from 12.00 on Friday to celebrate International Supporters Day and all international supporters (and anyone else) are also invited to a get together at O'Neills pub in Muswell Hill from 7.30pm on Friday evening.
LATEST UPDATES ON BEESOVERSEAS
1) Legends of Underhill. Tony "Reckless" Hammond starts a series chronicling the stories of some of the greatest players to ever grace the black and amber. He starts with Dougie Freedman.
2) Marc - a US Bee who's over in London for a few months - continues his excellent Overseas blog. Marc has been to a couple of away games recently - including the by-now famous trip to Accrington Stanley. His account of these trips is really worth reading. You can find it here.
3) Korean Bees - Will Evans - a Barnet fan in exile is doing his best to make sure South Korea is amber and black forever. Read the story 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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