First Team 2 weeks ago

Away Tickets: Norwich Sold Out


Tickets for Watford’s trip to face Norwich City at Carrow Road (Friday November 8, 8pm KO) have now sold out.

Thank you for your support.

Tickets will be available online via, over the phone and in person.

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: £25
Under-18: £20
Under-12: £15


Priced as above, 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.


£10 per person. Departure time 2.30pm from Greenhill Crescent, subject to change. All supporters will be informed if the location of departure changes. No 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.


Thursday October 10, 4pm
- Away Group A

Friday October 11, 4pm
- Away Groups A & B

Monday October 14, 10am
- Away Groups A, B & C

Monday October 14, 4pm
- Away Groups A, B, C & D

Tuesday October 15, 10am
- Away Groups A, B, C, D & E 

Tuesday October 15, 4pm
- General sale

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

Away Groups will include transactions up to and including October 4 at 11am. Group status will be confirmed via email to those supporters who purchased a Tottenham Hotspur ticket.


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 November 4 and a duplicate ticket will be arranged for you to collect on arrival at Carrow Road.

Any tickets purchased before 4pm on Tuesday November 5 will be sent out to the address under the lead Fan ID. Any purchases after this time will need to be collected from Vicarage Road Stadium or Carrow Road.

If you have not received your tickets in the post by Friday November 8 please email so we can ensure you are able to collect duplicates on arrival at Norwich City.

For any ticket enquiries on the day of the game, our Ticket Office can be contacted for assistance from 9am until kick-off 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

First Team 2 weeks ago

We Campaign: Gray Discusses Discrimination

Last week Watford FC launched the We campaign, encouraging inclusivity and working with the Police to tackle all kinds of discrimination directly. Having experienced discrimination himself, Andre Gray has spoken about how this campaign is going a step further to make a difference.

“The only way at this moment is to deal with discrimination as a club, like Watford are doing, and to deal with your own community,” said the Hornets striker.

“It’s how we deal with our fans, how we engage with them and the younger people around in the community, so it doesn’t happen where we are. If every club starts to take that approach, it’s a building block.”

While campaigns exist to educate and otherwise tackle discrimination in football, Gray believes there comes a point where education needs to be followed up with action.

Through the We campaign Watford FC has formed direct links with the Herts Police Hate Crime team to follow any reports of discrimination – which can be called out on social media using #watfordfc #BuzzOff – through to prosecution.

“I don’t understand what person is going to come to the ground, see a little badge or the boys warming up in a t-shirt and think ‘you know what, I’m not racist anymore, I like these people’,” said Gray.

“You’re not going to change their opinion. It’s all good putting it out there, but what is actually being done? Because it always gets brushed under the carpet, something always comes up which comes above it.

“It’s about keeping it out of the stadium because of kids that are sat in front, sat behind and kids that are watching that on TV, they see what’s been going on and that’s the problem.”

Never one to shy away from his past, Gray also spoke about offensive tweets he posted in 2012, which earned him a four-match ban when they resurfaced in 2016, and the importance of learning from past mistakes.

“I was a product of my environment, I was uneducated on situations and I put some very bad things out,” he said. “When it came out, I didn’t realise they were still there or that I even did it, but I accepted it, I had to. I held my hands up and long since then I have educated myself.

“I’ve seen the world and come across a lot of different people, different types of people in all walks of life. I’ve learned a lot and grown up.

“I’ve got a strong opinion because I’ve been on the wrong side of it as well, where someone will have a strong opinion about me and the way I conducted myself when I was younger. I’m always going to be honest, I’m not going to run from my past and bury it under the carpet because it is what it is, that’s how it was and I can’t hide from that.

“All those mistakes I made growing up were just lessons I learned along the way. I probably made too many mistakes but every time I did, I learned that little bit more, understood that little bit more and kept growing.”

For Gray, the role Watford can play as a football club in having an impact by being different is vital, by taking direct action against discrimination.

“It’s important to know there’s more in the game than football,” he said. “This football world is a very short part of your life, so it’s important to not just talk about football, but to talk about other things as well.”

Help us identify offenders fast. Call out discrimination on your social media using: #watfordfc #BuzzOff.