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Match Preview | York City v. Barnet

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Match Preview | York City v. Barnet

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LNER Community Stadium

Monday April 3 – 19:45

The Minstermen are back in local league action on Monday night when they welcome Barnet to the LNER Community Stadium in Vanarama National League.

City come into this game having had a rare weekend off, following Tuesday night’s home league game against Scunthorpe United.

Dean Brennan’s Barnet team travel north for their second match in just three days, following their Isuzu FA Trophy semi-final tie at Gateshead at the weekend.

City faced Barnet at The Hive in October, where the Minstermen won 5-0 after an own goal and goals from Lenell John-Lewis (2), Alex Hurst and Sam Sanders. You can read the match report for that game here.

York City vs Barnet will be played on Monday 3rd April at 7:45pm Here is all the information you need to know ahead of next week’s game.

key messages
  • The car park opens at 17:30
  • Hospitality opens for guests at 6:00 pm; tickets can be purchased here
  • The West Stand Box Office will be OPEN for sales of the day from 5:00pm for both sets of fans.
  • The turnstiles open at 6:15 pm, get there early, save time and buy online to avoid lines.
  • Scan the QR code on your season ticket/match ticket upon arrival at the correct turnstile.
  • Barnet supporters will be located in the West Stand Overflow (WI, WH and WG Blocks)
  • For ticket inquiries please contact [email protected] or call the box office directly on 01904 942232, or visit during opening hours
  • Match broadcast on National League TV! – Buy your match pass here


Save time, buy online! Supporters can purchase tickets in advance online, by phone or in person at the LNER Community Stadium.

Ticket prices for this match are as follows: Adult £21, Concession/60+ £16, Student/U18 £9, U11 £7

The match is NOT all ticket and on the day York and Barnet supporters can purchase tickets through the outside ticket office located in the West Stand.

All fans purchasing online must enter a valid email address into their account to receive their ticket. When logging into the online system, you can use your email address as your supporter number.

Barnet supporters will be located on the West Stand overflow (WI, WH and WG blocks).

If you have any problems, please contact our ticketing office directly: 01904 942232


We will welcome Gordon Staniforth as a guest of Iain Dunn’s LNER Lounge for this gathering.

He originally joined the Hull City club on loan in December 1976, before making his permanent move to the club a month later.

After playing more than 150 games for the club over the course of two seasons, he became the first player to receive the player of the year award in two consecutive seasons (1977/78 and 1978/79).

Hospitality tickets are still available for this weekend and can be purchased here.

Hospitality offerings with dining are available until 3:00 pm on Sunday, March 26, with non-dining upgrades available until 3:00 pm on Monday, March 27.

Doors open at 6:00 pm for hospitality guests.

Day Program and Draw 50/50

A 52-page physical program of the day is available for this meeting and will be sold by program vendors at each open turnstile for £3.

Tickets for the 50/50 draw can be purchased for £1 online up to an hour and a half before kick-off. Head here for the Barnet 50/50 giveaway.

However, for those who prefer to buy on match day, 50/50 tickets can still be purchased on the field from vendors in hi-vis jackets at every turnstile open until the start of the match, with some great prizes up for grabs.

50/50 prizes

Cash – 50% of net sales

1 x bottle of York City Centenary Gin

1 x A4 digital print of Footy Draws

Y22 bus service

The Y22 shuttle bus service, kindly arranged by York City Supporters Trust and First York, will be available for this meeting.

The Y22 service runs from two hours before kick-off and after the game until the ground is clear, until 90 minutes after the final whistle. This increases the frequency of buses running between Stonebow in the city center and Monks Cross Park & ​​Ride stop, as well as freeing up capacity on the existing number 9 route.

Fans wishing to use the service will need to purchase Y22 tickets from the First Buss app, which are priced at:

  • Return adult: £3.50
  • Child/dealer return: £2
  • Single adult: £2
  • Child/Dealer Single Room: £1

No other tickets will be valid on the service.

Parking lot

Match day parking spaces at the Monks Cross Park & ​​Ride car park can be reserved here for £5.

A full guide to parking around the LNER Community Stadium can be found here.

We ask all supporters who plan to park in residential areas to respect our neighbors, pay attention to parking restrictions, and avoid blocking access to driveways.

previous meetings

York are unbeaten in their last two games with Barnet, having only lost two of their last five games against the Bees.

Last five meetings

01/10/22 – Barnet 0-5 York City – National League

12/03/16 – York City 1-1 Barnet – League Two

10/17/15 – Barnet 3-1 York City – League Two

02/16/13 – York City 1-2 Barnet – League Two

08/25/12 – Barnet 1-3 York City – League Two

How to follow the game

As always, the best way to follow the game is from the ground. However, if you can’t make it to the LNER Community Stadium, here are some alternatives:

Conference information/Frequently asked questions

For complete travel information, click here.

For information on car parking, click here.

For frequently asked questions about ticketing, click here.


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