Exeter City's fourth away trip of the season takes them to the Hive in London where they take on an in-form Barnet side who have seen off Cambridge United and Swindon Town in their last two matches.
BARNET V CITY
Tuesday, September 12 (8pm)
Sky Bet League Two
THE HIVE STADIUM (HA8 6AG)
The Hive Stadium is home to Barnet and also the London Bees Women’s Super League team. It has a capacity of 6,418 with 5,318 of them being seated. It is on the former site of the King Edwards playing fields.
Grecian Travel coaches will depart from Unit 1 nightclub at 1pm on Tuesday, September 12.
Ticket prices are as follows:
The pick-up points are: Unit 1 nightclub (Summerland street), Honiton Road Park & Ride (by Miller & Carter), Cullumpton services (Junction 28), Tiverton (Junction 27), Taunton (Junction 25) and any other pick-ups en-route by prior arrangement. For more information or to book please contact Chris Woolcott on 01392 250250 or John Bishop on 07904036334 or by email at: email@example.com (After 6pm). Alternatively, drop into reception at St James Park to book.
To get to the Hive Stadium, follow the M5 and M4 to the Parkway/A312 in Greater London. At junction three, take the A312 exit to Harrow/Hayes/Hounslow/Heathrow Airport. Continue on A312 to Edgware. After passing through a set of traffic lights with the Masons Arms on one corner and then a Peugeot garage on the left then at the next set of traffic lights turn right into Camrose Avenue. The entrance to the Hive Stadium is down this road on the right. This drive should take three hours and 40 minutes.
The train journey from Exeter St Davids to Barnet requires two changes. When you arrive at London Paddington from Exeter St Davids, you will have to take the London Underground. The nearest tube station to the Hive is Canons Park (on the Jubilee line). From there the ground is around 10 minutes’ walk. The journey should take between three hours and 35 minutes and three hours and 50 minutes.
There is a large car park outside the stadium with 500 spaces, costing £5 per car to park there. There is also car parking at Canons Park tube station which costs £2 all day on a Saturday. The postcode for the station is HA8 6RN.
Tickets for City's trip to the Hive to face Barnet on Tuesday, September 12 are now on sale and can only be purchased directly through Barnet. There are no advance discounts and tickets can be purchased on the day from the ticket office.
Admission prices - North Stand adults: £23
How to book: E-tickets can be purchased via Barnet's online box office at: www.venuetoolbox.com/thehivelondon.
Please note e-tickets must be printed off by the supporter and the barcode downloaded by the right click on the mouse. There is a delivery charge of £2.95 (via recorded delivery) if sent by post. Tickets are available on match day from the ticket office. Both cash and cards are accepted.Or they can be purchased by calling: 020 8381 3800.
There is a bar in the stadium just for away fans which is located just behind the north stand. It serves a range of beers as well as showing Sky Sports on a large screen television. Excluding this, the nearest pub to the stadium is Moranos, located on station road. It is an Irish themed wine bar which also has a television showing BT Sport. It is only a short walk from Canons Park underground station and from the pub, only a 10-minute walk to the away turnstiles. On top of this, there is a Wetherspoons pub by the name of JJ Moons, quite close to Kingsbury tube station.
The distance between St James Park and The Hive is 193 miles and will take just under four hours to drive.