First Team 6 days ago

Away Tickets: Newcastle On General Sale

Tickets for Watford’s trip to face Newcastle United at St. James’ Park (Saturday August 31, 3pm KO) are now on general sale to Hornets supporters.

The final day for posting of tickets will be Wednesday August 28, 4pm. We will not post any tickets after this date. Tickets purchased after this date will need to be collected from the Vicarage Road Ticket Office.

Tickets can continue to be purchased online up until Friday August 30, 12noon. Ticket sales after this time will be over the phone & in person only.

Please find useful information below for all supporters travelling to St. James’ Park.

Access Statement

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.


Adults: £30
65 & Over: £23
Full-time student: £23
18 & Under: £17


Priced at £15, with a free personal assistant.

Please call the Ticket Office on 01923 223023 to purchase these, or email for a call back.


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, D and E sales process.

Official club coaches: £10 per person. Current 6am departure is from Greenhill Crescent, however this is subject to change. All supporters will be informed if the location of departure changes. Milton Keynes pick-up in operation.

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.


Wednesday August 7, 4pm
- Away Group A

Thursday August 8, 4pm
- Away Groups A & B

Friday August 9, 4pm
- Away Groups A, B & C

Monday August 12, 4pm
- Away Groups A, B, C & D

Tuesday August 13, 4pm
- Away Groups A, B, C, D & E 

Wednesday August 14, 4pm
- General Sale

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 2019/20 Away Match Ticket Sales Policy, available by clicking HERE:

Group A:
- ST holders 2019/20 with 15 or more away match ticket purchases under Fan ID record since July 2014

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

Group C:
- ST holders 2019/20 with less than 15 away match ticket purchases under Fan ID record since July 2014

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

Group E:
- ST holders 2019/20 who wish to purchase additional tickets for friends and family who have not purchased away match tickets before


Any supporters who have mislaid their tickets will need to contact the Ticket Office via email from Monday August 26 and a duplicate ticket will be arranged for you to collect on arrival at St James' Park.

If you have not received your tickets in the post by Thursday August 29 please email so we can ensure you are able to collect duplicates on arrival at St James' Park.

For any ticket enquiries on the day of the game, our Ticket Office can be contacted for assistance from 10am on the usual number, 01923 223023.

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

How to contact the Ticket Office: / 01923 223023

Ladies 1 week ago

Ladies: “Promotion Is The Ultimate Goal”

With under a week to go until the new season gets underway, things are starting to take shape for Watford FC Ladies.

Three new signings have already been announced and there’s likely to be more to follow ahead of the opening game away at Portsmouth on Sunday (August 18).

With a mix of familiar players and trialists amongst the line-ups, the Golden Girls have impressed so far in pre-season, scoring 17 times in four games and also defeating higher division opposition.

“I think it’s been a good pre-season so far,” Head Coach Armand Kavaja told “We had several players to look at and we’ve managed to get a lot of minutes for everyone, which has been good.

“Without looking at the results, because I think that tells a lie sometimes in pre-season, we’ve definitely been progressing. Against Chesham I thought we did well, creating a lot of chances despite the result. We had a lot of young players and trialists playing in that game, so you can’t really see it as a negative thing.

“The second game [against Lewes], I thought we played really well in possession and we naturally dropped into good positions out of possession, which was great to see.

“Against Ipswich, it was good to get a clean sheet and most importantly, we kept the ball really well and created some chances from two, three and four passes.

“Last time out against Billericay, we still noticed things to work on but it was another positive result for us and hopefully setting us up for the season.”

Megan Chandler was the latest signing to be officially unveiled, as the midfielder became the third player to join the Hornets this summer, after Nina Wilson and Ryah Vyse was announced last week.

“I think it was key for us to make sure we kept the core players and built around them,” explained Kavaja. “They know what we want, the philosophy of the club, the values of it and they care about the club.

“The new ones that we’ve brought in are not only good players, but really good characters and positive, nice people, which is really important to us.

“We began the season well last year and then dropped off before picking up again, so we want to have that consistency throughout. Having those players with a bit more maturity and experience will obviously help us.”

The beginning of the campaign is crucial, with almost a third of the league season scheduled to take place in August and September.

“Our opening few fixtures are tough, but if we can get off to a good start, we’ll send a message to the other teams in the league that we’re serious this year,” said Kavaja.

“We want to compete and be in and around the top three this season. We came close last time, but didn’t have that strength in depth, whereas this year, we’re adding those players that will hopefully take us that extra step.

“Promotion is the ultimate goal. Ideally, we would have liked to have gone up last year, but we had a three-year plan in place.

“We want to show the FA that we’re serious with what we’re doing here. The club has invested a bit more, we’re training at the men’s training ground and now have an extra session on the Wednesday.

“We’ve got to now make sure we compete and that we’re around that top three throughout the season, because it will come down to the head-to-heads between the sides that are up there. The coaching staff and I are confident.”

There was hardly a dull moment last campaign, with several entertaining games. Two of the most memorable were probably against Portsmouth, who Watford will be taking on in their first two matches, first in the league, and then in the cup.

“We’re looking forward to the games against them,” said Kavaja. “We came from behind to win in the away game last year, while in the return fixture, they came back to 4-4 from 4-1 down, before we won it in the last minute.

“While we want to be more solid, we want to entertain, get goals for the people that come to watch and play good football. Portsmouth are similar, they try to play, and we’ll do likewise, so may the best team win!”