Underhill was the home of Barnet for 106 years.
Behind the goal at the north end of the stadium was a tiny terrace which tapered to a very narrow section to the northwest corner.
Underhill was famous for its north-to-south sloping pitch.
At the bottom end of this slope was the South Stand, which ran the width of the pitch and was an all-seater stand.
The East Terrace ran the length of the pitch. It was split between home and away fans, with home fans being allocated two-thirds of it. The North East Stand was a small seated stand allocated to away fans.
The Main Stand was flanked by a smaller Family Stand and the Northwest terrace.
The record attendance at Underhill was achieved on 23rd February 1952. Wycombe Wanderers were the visitors for an Amateur Cup tie and 11,026 spectators watched Barnet win the match 2-0.
The last game to be played at Underhill took place on the 20th April 2013 and again, Wycombe Wanderers were the visitors. In a League Two match-up, it was the home side who took the spoils with a 1-0 win
Underhill was demolished in 2018.