First Team 07/06/2019

Ticket Office: Important Season Ticket Waiting List Info

The Ticket Office will be closed to in-person visits from Monday until Friday next week (June 10-14) while staff focus on outbound calls to entrants on Watford FC's Official Season Ticket Waiting List.

The phone lines and email address ( will remain open for any other enquiries, however phone queue length and time of email reply may be slightly longer than usual. 

All lead contacts listed on the Official Season Ticket Waiting List have now received an email confirming their position, and the Ticket Office will dial out to those at the top of the list next week and offer for sale new Season Tickets ahead of the 2019/20 campaign.

Outgoing phone calls will begin on Monday (June 10). If you have not received a call by 5pm on Friday June 14, this means that you have not been successful this time and therefore you'll remain on the waiting list.

The list has been divided into Home Match Ticket Groups (A to C) of the first Fan ID entered and ranked from position No. 1, based on the date and time of form submission.

Voicemail messages will be left, where possible, when an unanswered call is made. The missed call will read from the club's Ticket Office Hotline 01923 223023. If you miss a call, you will need to phone the Ticket Office back, where you will speak to an agent who will process your Season Ticket purchase after verifying your position.

If you require accessible spaces, please let our agent know when they call and your request will be passed to Dave Messenger, the club's Supporter Liaison and Disability Access Officer, for action.

The sale of new Season Tickets is, at all times, subject to availability and at the discretion of the club's Ticket Office team.

Season Cards

If you're a successful applicant and purchase your new 2019/20 Season Ticket(s), your Season Card(s) will be sent by post around mid-July - full home address details can be changed by logging in to your online account at

If you happen to be the lead contact but hold a Season Ticket already and have renewed for 2019/20, any changes to your paid status or seat details will generate a new Season Card. Where nothing has changed, your 2018/19 Season Card will remain active for use.

First Team 06/06/2019

Robinson: “This Club Means Everything To Me”

Paul Robinson – ‘Robbo’ – was inducted into the Watford FC Hall of Fame in May.

The homegrown Hornet was recognised for his contributions 20 years after the Golden Boys' back-to-back promotions in 1998 and 1999.

Speaking at the club’s End of Season Awards Evening the former defender, who was born at Watford General, was in awe of the company he now keeps in the club’s Hall of Fame.

“It’s unbelievable,” said Robinson. “I’m honoured, shocked, surprised, put it all in one. It just sums this club up. This club has always been family to me from such a young age, and what they do for the old players and for the new players it’s so good to see and the way it’s carrying on is fantastic.

“It’s a special moment. When you look at the list of the players that have won it you pinch yourself and think ‘I’m among them in that list’. It’s been a long-earned career and my childhood memories have always been from here. I was born next door to the stadium and this club means a lot to me. To get this award is extra special.”

Robinson came through the ranks in an era that former players still wax lyrical about. Graham Taylor was in his second spell as Hornets boss and for the no-nonsense left-back, both Graham’s and the club’s impact on his career was formative.

“There were loads of good times with the promotions under Graham when we went back-to-back,” said the former defender. “To do that as a group of players was fantastic. It’s great still keeping in touch with those people and you know how special those times were at this club.

“This club means everything to me, it gave me my chance in football. I always want to give back, so when Watford phone me and ask me to do stuff I’m always there. I’m ready to jump in, get my hands dirty and help as much as possible because they helped me from such a young age and made me the person I am today.”