Away Tickets | Crystal Palace Prices & Sales Info

UPDATE 01/12/17

Only restricted view tickets remain on sale for this fixture.

Tickets for Watford's trip to Crystal Palace (Tuesday December 12, 8pm KO) are on general sale to Hornets supporters. 

The Hornets have been given an allocation of 2,900 tickets for the Premier League visit to Selhurst Park. 

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
*Students: £20
18-21: £20
Under-18s: £16

Adults: £28
Over-65s: £19
*Students: £19
18-21: £19
Under-18s: £15

Adults: £27
Over-65s: £18
*Students: £18
18-21: £18
Under-18s: £14

*Any students attending must be in full-time education

Official club coaches: £16. Departs from Greenhill Crescent at 4pm. There will not be a Milton Keynes pick-up in operation for this fixture. 

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, Friday November 17:
- Away Group A

From 12noon, Monday November 20:
- Away Group A
- Away Group B

From 12noon, Wednesday November 22:
- Away Group A
- Away Group B
- Away Group C

From 12noon, Monday November 24:
- 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 (3,693 fans):
- ST holders 2017/18 with between 10 and 24 away match ticket purchases under Fan ID record since July 2014

Group B (745 fans):
- Non-ST holders 2017/18 with 10 or more away match ticket purchases under Fan ID record since July 2014

Group C (10,755 fans):
- ST holders 2017/18 with less than 10 away match ticket purchases under Fan ID record since July 2014

Data includes away sales up to 9am on Wednesday November 15. 

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


Team News | West Brom

Miguel Britos makes a welcome return from suspension this weekend, leaving Head Coach Marco Silva with his first selection dilemma at the heart of Watford's defence. 

Britos has served the final game of his three-match suspension following his dismissal against Brighton and he comes firmly into contention to feature against West Bromwich Albion, particularly given the Baggies' prowess from set-pieces. 

With Sebastian Prödl, Younès Kaboul and Craig Cathcart all injured, Silva must decide whether to keep faith with Adrian Mariappa and Christian Kabasele, or whether Britos and Molla Waguè come into his thinking, especially if he opts for a remodelled three-man defence again.

"I am really happy with the performance of Mariappa and Kabasele last week," said Silva.

"I am happy with how they react to the defeat we had against City. We now have four centre-backs ready and we haven't repeated the same centre-backs often. I hope we can do that in some games in a row. It helps our defensive process if you have some stability there."

Silva also has another decision to make at the base of Watford's midfield following the injury to Nathaniel Chalobah. Does he again opt for Etienne Capoue to partner Abdoulaye Doucourè or does he move Tom Cleverley, who has been excellent in a more forward role, into a deeper position and then decide between Roberto Pereyra and Troy Deeney as to who plays in the role just off Andre Gray?

"Chalobah is a really important player for us," said Silva, "not only because of what he gave for us but he's strong for set-pieces too. Capoue has different qualities. We can also play Ben [Watson] there and play with Cleverley more back."

Chalobah is expected to reintegrate with the Hornets' squad before Christmas

Silva conceded the blow of losing Chalobah to injury is "difficult news" for both the team and the player to digest, but vowed everybody will be rallying round the England midfielder in a bid to nurse him back to full health. 

The club announced earlier this week that the summer signing from Chelsea will undergo surgery to his knee after he sustained an injury in training, meaning the Head Coach will be without a player he has built his new-look and vibrant team around.

"It is difficult news for us," said Silva.

"It's a pity to us as a team and most of all a pity for the boy. But this is football. Now is the moment we need to support him and put him in good condition to help him return as soon as possible. It's a difficult situation. We need to find a solution, to be strong and be strong in our way."

The injury comes as a body blow to Chalobah, 22, who had just been called up to the England senior squad for the first time on the back of his trail-blazing start to the Premier League season with the Golden Boys. 

"In two months with us, he has achieved important things with us," added the Head Coach.

"He did well, with good performances and the national team coach called him up. Now it's important to be calm, for him to recover and show again what we can do. We expect that [he'll be back in 2017] but we'll see. You never know what can happen. We'll see after the surgery."