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:
Player of the Year Vote:
The player of the year vote is now closed. There was a very good response with large numbers voting and clear winners in each category.
Results as yet have not bee announced. Once the dust has settled around the club and a suitable time and place are chosen, the awards will be made and announced.
LATEST UPDATES ON BEESOVERSEAS
1) The Barnet family continues to grow. We are now in Hong Kong too. Stephen tells his story.
2) Legends of Underhill. Tony "Reckless" Hammond continues his chronicling of the greatest Bees of all time. This month's legend is currently plying his trade in the Premiership - step up and take a bow Mr Jason Puncheon. Read the tribute here.
3) The Welsh contingent have had an interesting month. They made the papers in Wales but were forced to spend a whole week in Torquay. Read their account here.
4) Marc - a US Bee who's been in London for a few months - will continue his excellent Overseas blog. He's had to go back home now after fitting in 12 Bees games in three months. While his friends were in Athens and Rome, he chose trips to Accrington and Northampton. You can follow his blog here.
Latest News: May 2013
End of Season "with open wounds and a broken heart"
Enough has been said and written about how we ended the season. No need to add any more here except to share with those who didn't see them Graham Stack's tweets on twitter. 11 short messages that perfectly sum up nine long months:
"1 - After an emotional season of so many ups and downs, after being written off after 12 games only having 3 points out of a possible 36...
2 - We battled valiantly as players and supporters till the end showing commitment and courage to overcome an almost impossible task..
3 - Having kept 15 clean sheets in our last 34 games shows the improvement and effort we made as a group. No one individual is to blame...
4 - And no single game would have determined our destiny. Over 46 games we came up short. Yesterday was a sad day for everyone connected with...
5 - the club. I would like to thank all of the fans who have supported us this season and stuck with us when we needed you most...
6 - I'm personally very grateful and extremely proud to have Captained Barnet FC. I'm also delighted to have signed a 3 year contract...
7 - I'm a player who will always give 100% and show commitment and passion to be successful. I don't have an ego and I'm not ashamed to...
8 - accept playing in the Conference. I'm someone who enjoys a challenge and a scrap and will meet it head on! With open wounds and a...
9 - broken heart, I will take responsibility and show determination to bounce straight back! I also want to thank my team mates who gave...
10 - everything! @David20Stephens @barryfuller2 @johnnyost @Byrner_8 @curtisjweston @J16Hydey @Gambin @EJohnson94 @crawford100 @JamzLowe ...
11 - @JackSaville @ahmedoo11 @CraigBeats @kennyjbrown67 @domvose @JordanBrown23 @maurovilhete @DilzLDN @Hustorgut
*not really FIFA recognised
**no teams from Enfi--ld or Luton should apply