Watford FC Ladies Information
Watford FC Ladies compete in the FA Women’s National League South - tier three of the pyramid - under the guidance of Head Coach Armand Kavaja.
The Women's side has developed into a hub for female participation in the Watford community, in joint partnership with Watford FC and its Community Sport and Education Trust, since coming under the banner of Watford FC in 2014.
The club spent four seasons in the FA Women's Super League Two, before a new direction of travel was chosen ahead of the 2018/19 season to participate in the newly branded FA Women's National League South, at tier three of the pyramid.
An Under-23 and First Team operate under Watford FC for the 2018/19 season.
Name: Watford FC Ladies
League: FA Women’s National League South
Where are home games played? Kings Langley FC, Hempstead Road, Kings Langley, WD4 8BS - parking is available on site.
When do the Ladies play? Sundays, 14:00 KO or Wednesday / Thursday evenings, 19:45 KO.
Tickets: £6 Adults, £3 Over-65 and Student, £1 Under-18. Watford FC season card holders get 50% off entry. Tickets are only available to purchase on the day of the game. Cash turnstiles operate on a matchday.
Programmes: These are available to buy at each first team home game. They cost £2, produced by Metro Printing.
Head Coach: Armand Kavaja
Coaches: Clinton Lancaster, Pablo Mandiola, Laura Dyer, Ilirjan Memaj.
Captain: Helen Ward
Vice-Captain: Emily Hill
General Manager: Grace Williams
For more information on Women's football at Watford Football Club, contact Watford FC Ladies' General Manager, Grace Williams: email@example.com
To create a high performing environment, that puts the development of local footballers at the forefront, within a club structure that strives for progression and ambition in all departments.
To become the best run Women’s club in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire at developing – and promoting – ambitious players into technically competent and strong athletes, with a desire to represent Watford Football Club at the top tiers of the Women’s game.