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Discrimination: Zero Tolerance

Watford FC is rightly pleased of its long-held reputation as a family friendly club and we stand proud in promoting inclusion and diversity within our stadium.

As part of this on-going commitment, the club would like to remind all supporters that racial, homophobic or discriminatory abuse, chanting or harassment is strictly forbidden and will result in arrest and ejection from Vicarage Road. 

Away Tickets: Huddersfield Update

Tickets for Watford's trip to Huddersfield Town this Saturday (April 14, 3pm KO) remain on general sale to Hornets supporters.

The Hornets have been given an allocation of approximately 2,300 tickets for the Premier League visit to the John Smith's Stadium. As of 12noon today (Monday April 9), approximately 2,000 have been sold.

Any tickets purchased after 4pm on Wednesday (April 11) will need to be collected from the Vicarage Road Ticket Office before 5.30pm on Friday (April 13).

Away Tickets | Spurs Sold Out

Tickets for Watford's trip to Tottenham Hotspur (Monday April 30, 8pm KO) have now sold out.

The Hornets were given an allocation of approximately 3,100 tickets for the Premier League visit to Wembley Stadium. 

Match tickets will be sold 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.

At Our Place | Recap

Thank you to all supporters who came along to the ‘At Our Place’ event last week, which was once again an informative, entertaining and enjoyable evening at The Vic. Read on below for some of the key points from the evening.

Javi Gracia on home support, the run-in and the future:

In this moment, the most important thing is to try and win the next game, to try and claim all three points. This is the best mentality, not only for the next game but for the future as well. We have to win every game.

Loan Lads | Williams' Wycombe Debut

Randell Williams made an impressive debut for Wycombe Wanderers as they came from a goal down to win against Grimsby Town and keep their automatic promotion push on track.

The Hornets’ Under-23 winger was heavily involved early on, powering one effort over after nine minutes and heading wide another chance after being played in by Dominic Gape as the Chairboys looked to push forward after conceding.

50-50 Results | Bournemouth

The following numbers were chosen at Vicarage Road on Saturday (March 31) as the Watford FC Community Trust 50/50 half-time draw took place against AFC Bournemouth in the Premier League.

1st R31151 £318

2nd R31224 £50

3rd R31411 £25

To claim your prize please follow the instructions on your ticket or contact the club on 01923 496000.

Cathcart | “A Great Feeling”

He's been waiting since August, but Craig Cathcart's return to Premier League action finally came about when introduced as a substitute during Saturday's 2-2 draw with Bournemouth.

The Northern Ireland international returned from injury to make his 100th appearance in Watford colours, and afterwards he caught up with the cameras.

Watch the full interview above - free to view, no sign-up required.

Gracia | “I Feel Proud Of My Players”

Watch Gracia's post-match interview above - free to view, no sign-up required.

Javi Gracia felt there was much to admire about so much of Watford's performance against Bournemouth yesterday afternoon and was gutted to see all their hard work undone by a lack of application and concentration at the death.

The Hornets looked good value for the league double over Bournemouth, playing much better than they did against Everton and West Brom, and looked poised to celebrate a fourth straight home win until Jermain Defoe struck late and so cruelly at the death.

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