First Team 3 weeks ago

Carabao Cup: Swansea City Tickets Latest

Tickets for Watford's Carabao Cup third round tie with Swansea City remain on general sale.

Sales are now taking place over the phone and in person only. If you purchase over the phone the tickets will need to be collected from the Ticket Office.

We advise to do this as soon as you can to avoid any potential delays entering Vicarage Road.

On matchday the Ticket Office will be open from 9am until kick-off.


The Hornets will host Steve Cooper's side at Vicarage Road on Tuesday September 24, with a 7.45pm kick-off.

Season ticket holders in the Rookery, Lower GT, Upper GT and Sir Elton John Stands will have from 4pm on Friday September 6 until 12noon on Monday September 9 to purchase their own seats for this fixture.

The Family Stand will not be available to Hornets’ supporters for this tie. Specific instructions which prioritise Family Stand season ticket holder seat purchase are set out below.

Season/Fan Cards will not be in use for this fixture. Keep an eye out for details over the next few days regarding uploading your match ticket to the new official Watford FC app, launching very soon. Paper tickets will be sent out to the lead booker's address.


Tickets will be available online via tickets.watfordfc.com.

The Ticket Office Hotline on 01923 223023 can be called to seek assistance with online account information and for other general ticketing enquiries.

Head to the 'Managing Accounts' section of our User Guide for any assistance purchasing reserved seats on behalf of other season ticket holders.

The Ticket Office will be open Saturday September 7 from 9.30am until 3.30pm for any ticketing enquiries.

TICKET PRICES

Adults: £10
65 & Over: £7
Full-Time Student: £4
18 & Under: £1

Wheelchair and ambulant disabled prices as above, with a free personal assistant.

SALES ARRANGEMENTS - WHO CAN BUY WHEN?

Friday September 6, 4pm
- ST holders in Rookery, Lower GT, Upper GT & Sir Elton John Stand can purchase their own seats

*Monday September 9, 12noon, online sales temporarily halted*

Monday September 9, 4pm
- ST holders in Family Stand able to purchase elsewhere in stadium
- All remaining ST holders who are yet to purchase will be able to buy (own seat not guaranteed)

Tuesday September 10, 4pm
- ST holders in Family Stand able to purchase elsewhere in stadium
- Home Groups A & B eligible to buy

Wednesday September 11, 4pm
- ST holders in Family Stand able to purchase elsewhere in stadium
- Home Groups A, B & C eligible to buy

Thursday September 12, 12noon
- ST holders in Family Stand able to purchase elsewhere in stadium
- Home Groups A, B, C & D eligible to buy
(Home Group D sales over the phone on 01923 223023 and in person only)

Friday September 13, 12noon
- General Sale

Home Groups are specifically referred to and set out in the club's 2019/20 Home Match Ticket Sales Policy, available by clicking HERE.


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

How to contact the Ticket Office:
ticket.office@watfordfc.com / 01923 223023

First Team 3 weeks ago

Foster: “There's No Point In Dwelling”

Ben Foster was devastated to let down Hornets supporters at the Etihad but said the team would not let the result affect their confidence as two more fixtures lie ahead this week.

“We let ourselves down today and let the fans down as well,” he said. “The fans were brilliant, singing and chanting, giving it all they’ve got.

“As a goalie, coming to teams like Man City and Liverpool, if you let five goals in within 20 minutes, you’re fearing the worst.”

The reigning champions were on it from the first minute and put the match beyond reach before the Hornets had a chance to settle into the game, and Foster said he has never played against such a talented team.

“They are without doubt the best team I’ve ever played against,” he said. “They were incredible today. We were poor, incredibly poor, but they were absolutely top class. At times it was breath-taking watching them.

“It’s not the first time they have done this to a team, and it won’t be the last either. To come away to Man City, as a goalkeeper sometimes you come to these places and if you can keep it to two or three. Them and Liverpool are a different level. We didn’t do our job today of keeping the score down.”

Foster is an experienced professional and has been on the receiving end of heavy defeats before, and knows it is important to look forward rather than dwelling on the loss.

“We’ve got a League Cup match on Tuesday and a big game against Wolves next week as well,” he said. “That’s it, you’ve got to let it go and move onto the next one, it’s the only way, there’s no point in dwelling.

“We have to take little positives, at times we had little spells of play and at 1-0 we had a chance with Gerard Deulofeu. Unfortunately, we couldn’t put it away. But that’s football, that’s the way it is, you’ve just got to clean yourselves up.

“You’ve got to keep smiling, I’ve just let eight goals in and I’m not happy but you’ve got to put a brave face on. It is what it is, there’s no point dwelling and you’ve just got to look towards the next game.”