27/12/2017

Ticket Exchange | Swansea City Live

Season Ticket holder? Can't make Watford's game with Swansea City on Saturday (December 30, 3pm KO)?

Make your seat available for a fellow fan over at watfordfctickets.co.uk via Ticket Exchange, and once it's sold you'll feel the benefit in your wallet or purse when it comes to renewing your 2018/19 Season Ticket online. 

This online only service allows Watford Season Ticket holders who can't attend a fixture to put their seat up for resale. Once sold, a discount (rates below) will then be applied to next season's Season Ticket, when purchased online.

If you're a Watford fan desperate to get inside The Vic for a big game, keep checking back online for seats marked green with yellow dots within the Hornets' interactive seating map over at watfordfctickets.co.uk.

Ticket Exchange discounts

Adults: £12
65 & Over/19Yrs: £8
Full-Time Student: £4
18 & Under: £2

Things to note

You will be notified if your seat is sold via email – if your seat does not sell by 4pm on Friday December 29 your Season Card will be activated for you to use if you wish. You will not receive a notification for this. 

Fans with 75-Mile Season Tickets are not eligible to use ticket exchange.

There will not be any facility for Ticket Exchange in the Family Area, to ensure families are still at the forefront of purchases. If you are sat in the Family Stand and cannot attend a fixture please let the Ticket Office know via email to ticket.office@watfordfc.com and the club will continue to donate money from any Family Stand resales to local charitable causes.

27/12/2017

Silva | “Commitment, Spirit & Good Attitude”

There was a 20,000 strong sigh of relief at full-time on Boxing Day, as Watford brought to an end a frustrating series of Premier League results with a deserved win over Leicester City at The Vic.

Eight defeats in 11 league games didn't tell the whole story, but the Hornets were in danger of letting their misfortune get the better of them after two unusually poor performances against Huddersfield and Brighton.

Marco Silva accused his players of playing with “heart but no quality” against the Seagulls but that certainly wasn't the case on Tuesday. There was guile in the Golden Boys' play to compliment their graft, no better characterised than by Andre Carrillo who put on his best show in a Watford shirt so far.

“We never stopped believing,” said Silva in the tunnel after full-time. 

“We know how football is. Sometimes you can take a lot of good moments in a row, and sometimes you don't have good moments.

“You need to show the same mentality, the same character, the same team spirit. It was clear to us in the last two games we did not perform well, but the other things are important for us - commitment, spirit and good attitude.”

Watch the full post-match interview with Silva above free, no sign-up required.