Anthony Shurmer & Simon Emmett join forces on a new documentary which captures the end of an era for modest, unglamorous but fiercely supported North London football club, Barnet FC.

The club has been forced to move from its 106 year old stadium Underhill by an unsympathetic local council. Fans and ex-players are coming to terms with the loss to their community, sharing touching and hilarious anecdotes about life in and around this very English football club.

Arsene Wenger, Barry Fry and John Motson look back on the eccentricities of the club, as the unlikely figure of Dutch ace, Edgar Davids, battles to save their season on the pitch and avoid relegation from the league.

'A brilliantly colourful and wonderfully entertaining film, full of characters, touching stories and memories. Underhill gives a terrific insight into the footballing community and what it means to so many people. One of the most entertaining films about football I’ve ever seen.'
John Cross, Daily Mirror

11mm Berlin International Football Film Festival 2016

'The most charming film. Brilliant!'
Faye Carruthers, Absolute Radio

'A touching reminder of what football means to fans.'
Colin Murray, Talk Sport

'Beautifully shot film takes you to the heart of supporting a struggling lower league team through the eyes of players, officials and most importantly the fans. Whether you’re a football fan or not, it’s a must see.'
Michael Weinstein

'Great film!'
Ian Wright

'An absolutely amazing short film.'
Shelley Dobson, Saatchi & Saatchi

'An excellent film. Very moving.'
Lee Clayton, Daily Mail