— Barnet Football Club
Barnet Football Club is a professional football club based in North-West London. The team competes in the National League, the fifth tier of the English football league system. The club was founded in Chipping Barnet, then part of Hertfordshire, in 1888. They played their home matches at Underhill Stadium from 1907 until 2013, when they moved to The Hive London in Edgware, which is named based on the club’s nickname of “the Bees”.
— London Bees
London Bees is an English women’s football club affiliated with Barnet F.C. They play in the FA Women’s National League South. The club has been in existence under several names since 1975, originally being called District Line Ladies F.C. The team were re-branded as London Bees after joining the new WSL 2 for the 2014 season. The club have a first team and a youth academy; both of whom train and play at The Hive London.
— The Hive London
Based within 44-acres in Canons Park, North-West London, The Hive London is situated on the former site of the Prince Edward Playing Fields in the London Borough of Harrow. The stadium is home to National League football club Barnet F.C. together with London Bees of the FA Women’s National League South. The stadium’s official total capacity is 6,500. The Hive London has a selection of high-quality grass & floodlit pitches available for hire all year round, a gym, a Starbucks, a bar & café and 13 hireable event spaces throughout the site.