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Barnet Football Club /ˈbɑːrnɪt/ is an English professional football club based in Edgware, north-west London. The club currently participates in the National League, the fifth tier of English football.
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 new Hive Stadium in Edgware.
Barnet were first promoted to the Football League in 1991, after winning the 1990–91 Football Conference under manager Barry Fry. In 1993 they reached the Football League Second Division, then the third tier of English football, but were relegated after one season. They were relegated back to the Conference in 2001, but returned to the Football League four years later after winning the 2004–05 Conference National. They then spent the next eight seasons in League Two before being relegated to the Conference once again in 2013. In 2015, they returned to the Football League once more, after winning the 2014–15 Conference Premier.
The club also competes in the Middlesex Senior Cup. Before moving to the Hive, they competed in the Herts Senior Cup, of which they are the most successful team with 19 titles.
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