“Founded: 1882

Members of: Spartan South Midlands Football League (1st team & Under 25 Development team)
Herts Senior County League (‘A’ team).

Affiliated to: Hertfordshire Football Association.

Club colours: Red shirts, black shorts, black socks.
Change colours: Yellow shirts, white shorts, white socks.

Ground address: Brickfield Lane, Arkley, Barnet, EN5 3LD

“We support and race at many local venues, clubs and BRCA Mid South regional’s in the area as well as running our own club here in Watford every Thursday evening at Parmiters Sports Centre, High Elms Lane, Garston, Watford WD25 0JU.”

“We are an active friendly BSAC registered diving club based in Potters Bar with around 40 members. With over 37 years of experience we organise dive trips throughout the year to various locations around the UK and abroad.

We pride ourselves, in being one of the friendliest BSAC clubs. Our members are all ages and both male and female. You will find our members are always willing to answer questions and offer guidance to new divers and those of you who are already qualified will find a warm welcome here.

We meet at the Furzefield Centre, Mutton Lane, Potters Bar EN6 3BW on Tuesday evenings 8.45pm (pool 9.00pm till 10.00pm).

If you would like to try diving then send us an email or give us a call on the club line.”

“Saracens Amateur Rugby Club actively welcomes new playing and social members to the Club.”

Saracens Amateur RFC, Bramley Sports Ground, Green Road, Southgate, London N14 4AB

“The First XV currently plays in London League North West Three and other Senior sides play in their respective Hertfordshire-Middlesex Merit Tables. The Club also has a very strong and active Mini and Junior section from under 7’s to under 17’s involving over 350 children and youths.

In addition, there is also a Colts Team, Development Squad and an aspiring Ladies Section. The Junior teams play many matches in the Hertfordshire Middlesex Leagues sponsored by Saracens.”

Barnet Elizabethans RFC, Byng Road, Barnet EN5 4NP

“Enfield play competitive water polo all year round and our teams compete in the London Water Polo League, London Water Polo Winter League and the Middlesex London Water Polo League. Based at Southgate Leisure Centre, next to Southgate Underground Station on the Piccadilly Line and just off the A406, we welcome male and female members of all ages and nationalities.

Enfield also hosts Monday game/training nights at QE Boys School in Barnet 8.30-9.45pm.

Contact Martin Waller for more details.”

“Welcome to Hertfordshire Polo Club. Whether you are a member of the Club, interested in learning to play, looking for an exciting activity day, a venue for a meeting or conference or just simply somewhere to go for a fun and exhilarating day out then Herts Polo Club has the answer.

Herts Polo Club is only 40 minutes from Central London. With two main BR stations close by and only minutes from the A1 we are extremely conveniently located for all your entertaining and corporate hospitality needs.

Herts Polo Club is open year round, with play taking place during the winter on one of the largest all-weather polo arenas in the country. In addition to this there is a large floodlit indoor school available for lessons on those dark winter evenings and five full-size grass polo pitches for play in the summer.”

Hertfordshire Polo Club, Woolmers Park, Letty Green, Herts SG14 2NX

“Monken Hadley Cricket Club, based in Barnet, Herts, welcomes players of all standards to play friendly cricket matches on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the summer. Please contact us through the website if you would like to play – regularly or just occasionally!

The earliest recorded report of cricket being played on the Common appeared in the Barnet Press and it referred to a game against the Privy Council Office CC on June 14th 1862. It is however probably that cricket was played on the Common earlier than this as the novelist, Anthony Trollop (1815-1882), in his novel “The Bertrams”, which was set in the 1840s made a reference to Cricket on the Common. His mother lived in Hadley and it is therefore quite likely that he drew on real life for inspiration.

The present Monken Hadley Cricket Club, which has its pitch on the grassland at the western end of the Common, was reformed in 1954 and has played continuously since that time.”

“The club was originally founded in 1940 to provide cricket for the former pupils of Queen Elizabeth’s Boys School in Barnet, but we have been an open club for many years, and welcome members from across the Barnet area and beyond.

The club currently runs 5 adult teams, 9 colts teams and a Ladies team. The three Saturday adult teams play in Divisions 3A, 8A and 10B of the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League, while there is one league & one friendly XI on Sunday’s helping to bridge the gap between junior and senior cricket.

We are always looking for new members to join our friendly club, so whether you are a junior looking to play, a parent or a more experienced player or coach wanting to join a new club, or just someone looking for a quiet place to have a drink and watch some cricket, come and say hello.”

Old Elizabethans Memorial Playing Fields, Mays Lane, Barnet EN5 2AG

“Situated in the leafy suburbs, it is the home of North London Tennis, Totteridge tennis club is a fantastic venue with 6 hard courts and 3 Euroclay courts, all with floodlights. With 9 mens and 7 womens teams ranging from the premier division down, there is the opportunity to play competitively at every level.

In addition there are Men and Ladies Winter League teams as well as Mixed Veterans teams. The club has an active social diary with regular events such as Pilates,art classes, wine tasting, guided walk, table tennis tournaments, club trips abroad etc. There’s a thriving bar, where players and guests can enjoy a wide range of beverages. The bar is open most days and there’s Wi-Fi access within the club house.”

Great Bushey Drive, Totteridge, London N20 8QL

“We are a friendly tennis club situated in the heart of Hadley Wood, on the borders of Enfield and Barnet
The club is open to both Tennis players and social members.

We have 5 artificial grass tennis courts with floodlights and 2 Hard Courts and equipment to provide short tennis for junior players.

Our clubhouse has a bar and lounge area.”

1/7 Crescent East, Hadley Wood, Herts EN4 0EL

“Welcome to Barnet LTC. The club has eight courts – four Astroturf and four Claytex. Five of the courts are floodlit. We are proud to provide social and competitive tennis for players of all ages and standards.

Our members can play tennis all year round and also have the use of the bar area with pool and table tennis tables.

The club has six Mens’ and four Ladies’ teams in Hertfordshire Summer Leagues and another six Mens’ and three Ladies’ teams in Middlesex Leagues. We also have Veterans’ teams as well as Junior teams for all age groups.”

Barnet Lawn Tennis Club, Gloucester Road, New Barnet EN5 1RS

“Barnet Karate Club is a Martial Arts School offering Karate classes in Barnet, UK for kids, men and women. Barnet Karate Club is Located at 80 Margaret Road, New Barnet.”

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