Away Tickets | Burnley Prices & Sales Info

Tickets for Watford's trip to Burnley this Saturday (December 9, 3pm KO) will remain on general sale until 12noon on Friday (December 8). 

Any tickets purchased up until 4pm on Wednesday (December 6) will be dispatched via first-class post. Tickets bought after this time will need to be collected from the Vicarage Road ticket office by Friday at the latest.

The Hornets have been given an allocation of approximately 2,500 tickets for the Premier League visit to Turf Moor. As of 12noon today (Monday December 4) just over 1,000 have been sold.

Any ticketing enquiries on the day of the game, specific to the Burnley matchday only, should be directed to 07593 730053 between 11am and 3.15pm.

Tickets will be sold ONLINE ONLY via watfordfctickets.co.uk

The Ticket Office Hotline on 01923 223023 can be called to seek assistance with online account information and for other general ticketing enquiries.


Adults: £30 
Over-65s: £20
Under-22s: £20
Under-18s: £15

Wheelchair tickets priced as above, with a personal assistant free-of-charge.

Official club coaches: £10. Departs from Greenhill Crescent at 7.30am, with a Milton Keynes Coachway pick-up at approximately 8.10am. 

Under-18s attending any away game and/or travelling on official club coaches unsupervised MUST ensure an UNDER-18 AWAY FIXTURE CONSENT FORM is signed by a parent or guardian and returned to the Ticket Office (either in-person, by emailing ticket.office@watfordfc.com or by post to Watford FC Ticket Office, Vicarage Road Stadium, Watford, Herts, WD18 0ER) before the day of the game.


From 12noon, Wednesday November 8:
- Away Group A

From 12noon, Friday November 10:
- Away Group A
- Away Group B

From 12noon, Monday November 13:
- Away Group A
- Away Group B
- Away Group C

From 12noon, Wednesday November 15:
- General sale 

Tickets are sold on a one per eligible Fan ID basis and subject to availability at all times. Booking fees per ticket: 50p online, £1 over phone.


First Access Sales Groups mentioned below are specifically referred to and set out in the club's 2017/18 Away Match Ticket Sales Policy, available by clicking HERE:

Group A (3,687 fans):
- ST holders 2017/18 with between 10 and 24 away match ticket purchases under Fan ID record since July 2014

Group B (743 fans):
- Non-ST holders 2017/18 with 10 or more away match ticket purchases under Fan ID record since July 2014

Group C (10,763 fans):
- ST holders 2017/18 with less than 10 away match ticket purchases under Fan ID record since July 2014

Includes away sales up to and including 9am Tuesday November 7. 

Regular sales updates will be published here at watfordfc.com and via Twitter @WatfordFC.

First Team 04/12/2017

Cleverley | “We Stood Up To The Challenge”

Watch Cleverley's post-match reaction - video free to view, no sign-up required.

Tom Cleverley was pleased with Watford’s hard-fought draw at home to Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, seeing it as one point gained rather than two points dropped.

The Hornets started the brighter of the two sides and led through Christian Kabasele’s second goal of the season inside 13 minutes, but it didn’t take Spurs long to equalise, with Son Heung-min scoring for the visitors after 25 minutes.

Despite Davinson Sanchez’s red card, Abdoulaye Doucoure’s thunderous drive off the post and a very late penalty shout, Cleverley felt the Golden Boys should be pleased with a point against a very good Tottenham side.

“I think the feeling is it’s a point gained. It’s a very good Spurs team and even though they went down to 10 men they were always dangerous on the counter-attack," he said after full-time.

“We’re obviously disappointed we didn’t win the game, but a point against a really good Spurs team isn’t the worst result.” 

It was a feisty game at Vicarage Road, with one sending off and a further five yellow cards shown, and it was a battle that the former England international had expected.

“They put us under good pressure. They’re a high-pressure team but you’ve got to be physical. They’re all quick and strong and I thought we stood up to the challenge,” said Cleverley.

Watford will face another battle this coming weekend as they travel to Sean Dyche’s high-flying Burnley. The Clarets have been upsetting the odds all season, currently sitting seventh in the Premier League, and Turf Moor is a notoriously difficult ground to visit for away sides.

The Hornets have been upsetting the odds themselves too, particularly away from home, with impressive victories at Bournemouth, Southampton, Swansea and Newcastle, and it is this kind of away form that gives Cleverley and his teammates some inspiration going into Saturday’s fixture.

“There’s plenty of positives. I think we’ll take confidence from how good we’ve been on the road this year,” he said.

“We’d obviously like to get more home wins but I think our away form is really pleasing and we’re confident on the road.”

Watford continued to battle for a winner right until the death on Saturday, and Cleverley feels the fitness and depth evident in Marco Silva's side this season bodes well for what is a busy Christmas period, with seven Premier League games to play in the next month.

“I think especially at home we’re really feeling strong towards the end of games, we feel on the front-foot,” he said.

“It was the same the other night [against Manchester United] and we’ve got a really fit team now. I think on the stats we’re right up there and we feel like we can keep going for the win right until the very end.”