First Team 2 days ago

Away Tickets: Manchester City On Sale

Tickets for the Golden Boys’ Premier League trip to Manchester City (Saturday March 9, 5.30pm KO) are now on sale to Away Group D, while those in supporters will be able to purchase tickets on general sale from 12noon on Monday February 18.

The final day for posting of tickets is Wednesday March 6, 4pm. We will not post any tickets after this date. Tickets purchased after this date will need to be collected from Vicarage Road Ticket Office.

Tickets can continue to be purchased online up until Friday February 15,12noon. Ticket sales after this time will be over the phone & in person only.

Tickets will be available ONLINE ONLY via

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


Adult: £30
65 & Over: £23
18-21: £23
Under-18: £18


Adult: £20*
Under-18: £18*

*with a free personal assistant.


A dedicated area for family groups is now available at all of Watford's away games. These 'non-standing seats' are available by calling the Ticket Office on 01923 223023, and are subject to the usual Away Group A, B, C and D sales process.

Official club coaches: £10 per person. Departs from Greenhill Crescent at 10.30am. There will be a Milton-Keynes pick-up service in operation at approximately 11.15am.

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 or by post to Watford FC Ticket Office, Vicarage Road Stadium, Watford, Herts, WD18 0ER) before the day of the game.


Monday February 11, 12noon
- Away Group A

Wednesday February 13, 12noon
- Away Groups A & B

Thursday February 14, 12noon
- Away Groups A, B & C

Friday February 15, 12noon
- Away Groups A, B, C & D

Monday February 18, 12noon
- General Sale (subject to availability)

Tickets are sold on a one per eligible Fan ID basis and subject to availability at all times.


First Access Sales Groups mentioned below are specifically referred to and set out in the club's 2018/19 Away Match Ticket Sales Policy, available by clicking HERE:

Group A (3,582):
- ST holders 2018/19 with 15 or more away match ticket purchases under Fan ID record since July 2014

Group B (767):
- Non-ST holders with 15 or more away match ticket purchases under Fan ID record since July 2014

Group C (10,259):
- ST holders 2018/19 with less than 15 away match ticket purchases under Fan ID record since July 2014

Group D (15,382):
- Non-ST holder with between 1 and 14 away match ticket purchases under Fan ID record since July 2014

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

*Away group info includes sales up to Thursday February 7, 10.30am.

How to contact the Ticket Office: / 01923 223023

Ladies 3 days ago

Ladies Report: QPR 1-1 Watford

By Chris Smith

Watford had to settle for a point as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Queens Park Rangers Women at the Honeycroft on Wednesday night.

The home side got off to the perfect start and took the lead when ex-Watford player Jo Wilson scored direct from a corner after just two minutes.

Helen Ward got the equaliser from the penalty spot for her 16th goal of the season, but the Golden Girls couldn’t find the second that would have given them the victory.

There were three changes to the side that dramatically beat Portsmouth last time out, as Katie O’Leary and Georgie Edwards returned to the starting line-up.

An injury to Kat Huggins in the warm-up meant there was a late enforced change, with Sydney Hinchcliffe coming in for her first appearance of the season.

In the previous meeting between the two sides, Watford took the lead after just 46 seconds, but it would be QPR this time who would put themselves in front early on.

With the game in just the second minute, Wilson scored from a corner. It was a dangerous ball in that somehow managed to avoid everyone, bounced, then hit the far post and went in.

It could have been a quick response from the Hornets as some good play from Ward saw her win possession in the attacking third, beat a defender and then force Kinga Golebiowski into a save.

Neither keeper had too much to do in the first half although there were openings. Courtnay Ward-Chambers had a shot off target after shifting the ball onto her left foot, while Danielle Scanlon’s effort went narrowly over after connecting sweetly with her strike from 20-yards out.

A frantic few minutes followed with the game just past the midway point of the half. The home side appealed for a penalty, but the referee awarded a free-kick the other way for diving.

Ward had to show her expertise defensively as she cleared one off the line. The skipper would soon get her chance in more familiar territory as she was fouled by Golebiowski in the box.

After winning the penalty, she then stepped up to take it and hammered it into the right-hand corner, leaving the QPR keeper with no chance.

The last opening before the break saw O’Leary try to find Adekite Fatuga-Dada in the box, but it was just away from her and the scores were level at half-time.

In the Golden Girls’ previous game, they managed to get on the scoresheet in the first minute of the second 45 and they nearly did that here, as Leanne Bell tested Golebiowski who came up with a good stop.

Bell’s next shot on target looked to have gone through the QPR stopper and heading in, but a defender just managed to get there in time and clear off the line.

Weronika Baranowska was then called upon to make a save down the other end, as she held onto Ward-Chambers’ powerful strike. 

It was another spell where plenty was happening in the space of a few minutes. Ward played a ball across goal towards the direction of O’Leary and it was inches away from connecting with the net open.

The hosts were defending well, especially on the occasions when they needed to make last-ditch interventions. Just like Bell earlier, O’Leary had one that was heading goalwards, but it was cleared in time.

With the game approaching the final stages, Hattie Kettle showed some good defensive work to deal with a tricky ball in from Ward-Chambers. It could have been even more important as the play quickly switched and O’Leary was denied by Golebiowski.

The last opportunity fell to Alysha Stojko-Down as she showed some good play on the edge of the box, managing to turn and get a shot away, which Golebiowski held.

A point for Watford on the road but two fewer than they would have hoped for. Armand Kavaja’s side will go again on February 24, when they travel to Loughborough Foxes.

GOLDEN GIRLS | Baranowska, Hinchcliffe (Kikomeko, 52), Edwards, Kettle, Hallsworth, Scanlon (Akerman, 73), Stojko-Down, Bell (Afuakwah, 82), Fatuga-Dada, O’Leary, Ward ©

Goal | Ward (28 – PEN)

HOOPS | Golebiowski, Netschova, Chimbima (Kinnane, 73), Jordinson, Grieve ©, Martins (Petit, 57), Kumaning, Hogan, Wilson, Shakes (Baker, 85), Ward-Chambers

Goal | Wilson (2)

Attendance | 90