HADLEY FC will return home to Barnet in time to play an FA Cup tie game this weekend.

The first team have been sharing a ground with Potters Bar Town FC for the past eight years, but will return to Barnet this season.

The club, founded in 1882 and known as Barnet's oldest club, will play against London Colney at Brickfield Lane, Barnet Road this Saturday.

The facilities at Brickfield Lane have now been significantly improved after more than £400,000 was raised from grants and donations from trusts and organisations.

New floodlights have been installed as well as a new spectator stand, an improved pitch drainage, pathways and fencing, and a new car parking area is available to fans.

The changing rooms and pavilion clubhouse gave also been refurbished.

The club’s facilities are now working in partnership with Hadley Disabled Sports Association, a charity which has launched disability football project for footballers with learning disabilities and hearing impairments.

The help and grants have bene donated by the club’s main sponsors, Winkworth Barnet, Football Stadia Improvement Fund, Sport England, the Peter Harrison Foundation, the Happy Charitable Trust, Village Healthcare and the Back2Barnet campaign.