First Team 01/07/2017

Official | Femenía Joins Hornets

The Hornets are delighted to confirm the signing of Spanish right-back Kiko Femenía.

The 26-year-old, who was most recently with La Liga outfit Alavés, has agreed a four-year deal at Vicarage Road.

Femenía featured 77 times during two seasons at Estadio Mendizorrotza, including 31 appearances in the Spanish top-flight during 2016/17 and 38 league outings – plus five goals – as Alavés secured promotion as champions the year before.

Originally a right winger, Femenía made his professional debut as a 17-year-old with Hércules and has since also turned out for Barcelona and Real Madrid’s B teams as well as Alcorcón. 

He is also a former youth international for Spain at Under-20, Under-19 and Under-18 levels.

Femenía's first interview as a Watford player will be available to watch here at soon.


Season Tickets 2017/18 | Waiting List Update

If you’re the lead contact for a Season Ticket Waiting List online form, then – subject to availability – you’ll be getting a call to discuss the people you’d like to become fellow Season Ticket holders.

This process of outgoing phone calls begins on Monday (July 3) and will be prioritised by Home Match Ticket First Access Groups (A to C) of the Fan IDs entered (NOT the lead contact).

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

Voicemail messages will be left, where possible, when an unanswered call is made. The missed call will read from the club’s main reception desk 01923 496000. If you miss a call, please call the 496000 number back and the club receptionist will email the Ticket Office team instructing them to make another outgoing call attempt.

Please note that, for the duration of sales of new Season Tickets, regular Ticket Office contact will be via email only to Incoming phone calls (to 01923 223023) and personal callers will not be served.

Season Cards – New & Existing

The ticketing system is now being rolled into the new season; it’s a cycle which begins the process of identifying all renewers who have moved seats or changed status/category in any other way.

This can be age-based (moving from Adult to 65 & Over), category-based (moving from a Full ST to a 75-Mile ST) or maybe driven by changes at our end (re-naming Under-16 as 18yrs & Under and Over-65 as 65yrs & Over).

Any such changes will generate the requirement for a new Season Card to be printed and dispatched. 

Where nothing has changed (e.g. an Adult renewal in the same seat), then Season Ticket holders should continue to use the same Season Card as they were using during 2016/17.