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Watford FC Tickets. Official Watford FC Tickets are available at Watford FC ticketing . HotelCity highly recommends purchasing your tickets directly from the official ticket provider or authorized partner. Do not ever buy tickets from touts or unauthorized sellers. . Watford FC Hospitality. Watford FC Official Hospitality packages are always in
<h2>Watford FC Tickets</h2><p>Official Watford FC Tickets are available at <a href="https://www.eticketing.co.uk/watfordfc/" target="_blank">Watford FC ticketing</a> . HotelCity highly recommends purchasing your tickets directly from the official ticket provider or authorized partner. Do not ever buy tickets from touts or unauthorized sellers.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><h2>Watford FC Hospitality</h2><p>Watford FC Official Hospitality packages are always in high demand for the Watford FC matches. For more information and availability, please visit <a href="https://hotelcity.com/premier-league/watford" target="_blank">Watford FC Hospitality </a>&nbsp;</p><h2>HOTEL CITY the marketplace for hard to get hotel rooms</h2><h2>Watford FC Away Fan Packages</h2><p>Watford FC Football Club appreciates the dedication and loyalty of the travelling fans. Hotel City has hotel fan packages and information you will find helpful when planning your trip to see Watford FC compete on the pitch.</p><p>Please click on the relevant competition for more information on hotels and packages.</p><p>We hope you enjoy the match!</p><h2>Watford FC Fixtures and Schedules</h2><p>Due to COVID-19, Fixtures and Schedules are subject to change. For the most up-to-date Fixtures for Watford FC Football Club, visit <a href="https://www.watfordfc.com/teams/watford-first-team/fixtures" target="_blank">Watford FC Fixtures</a> .&nbsp;</p><h2>Watford FC Stadium Information</h2><p>Vicarage Road is the stadium where the Watford FC competes. It is located in Watford, Hertfordshire, England. Vicarage Road is known to fans as “The Vic”. The Vic is an all-seater stadium, with its current capacity at 22,220 following the completion of the new Sir Elton John Stand in 2014, and expansion work from 2015-2017. Expansion and upgrade work is to continue, with plans to expand The Vic to around 30,000.</p><p>Watford's Vicarage Road Stadium has 4 stands: The Rookery (behind the SE goal), The Family Stand (behind the NW goal), The Graham Taylor Stand (along the SW side of the pitch) and the most recent build, Sir Elton John Stand (along the NE side of the pitch). If you're supporting Watford, you'll find a friendly face in any one of these stands, though a lot of the noise comes from the Rookery. It should be noted that in most stadiums, home and away are kept apart so you will generally not find opposition fans sitting amongst the Watford supporters at Vicarage Road. Opposition fans are allocated tickets in one half of the Family Stand.</p><h2>Hotels Near Vicarage Road (The Vic)</h2><p>Hotel City is the marketplace for hard to get hotels near The Vic. For the best matchday experience, a <a href="https://hotelcity.com/premier-league/watford" target="_blank">hotel near The Vic</a> will provide you a total fan experience. Having a hotel close to the stadium is very important, and Hotel City is your source for hard to get accommodations.&nbsp;</p><h2>Where is the best local Watford FC Pubs to go to before the match?&nbsp;</h2><p><a href="https://www.greeneking-pubs.co.uk/pubs/hertfordshire/estcourt-tavern/" target="_blank">The Estcourt Tavern</a>, This pub is just on the way to the football ground from the station and not in the centre of town so not too crowded. I use it regularly as the meeting place with a friend with whom I go to the home matches. The food is tasty and very good value and it is even possible to book a table on a match day.&nbsp;</p><p><a href="https://no8hostels.godaddysites.com/the-red-lion-pub" target="_blank">No.8 at The Red Lion</a>, The pub serves very good burgers in a nice outdoor garden. Inside they show other PL matches on several screens. The top atmosphere before a match with kind staff and several draft beers.</p><p><a href="https://www.oneills.co.uk/national-search/east-of-england/watford" target="_blank">O'Neills Watford</a>, If you're looking to have a pint before the match or to watch the action, make sure you visit O’Neills, The pub show Sky Sports &amp; BT, so whether it's Premier League, Champions League action you're looking for, or international rugby or cricket, they will have it on here. A great range of food and drinks for you to enjoy with two massive beer gardens, and has several massive TVs &amp; a big screen TV with 3 skyboxes so you'll never miss a moment!</p><p>What are some Watford FC fan traditions?</p><p>Watford’s fans are called 'The Hornets', the nickname was chosen by the club's supporters because they play in yellow and black. So wear yellow and black to the match!&nbsp;</p><p>After the death of Graham Taylor in January 2017, Watford fans have made it a tradition to provide a minute's applause in the 72nd minute of home and away fixtures in memory of the great man.</p><p>Who are Watford FC biggest rivals?</p><p>Watford's only real rival, Luton Town are currently languishing in the lower leagues, in a derby rather dreadfully called the "M1 Derby". Watford has played in a league higher than Luton for 18 of the last 19 seasons, and as a result, have had a good fortune not encounter the scummers too often in recent history.</p><p>Over recent years there has been a degree of animosity between Watford and both Crystal Palace and Bournemouth as a result of their battles in the championship, and the less than sporting play exhibited by both clubs in their time there. A far more recent entrant is the "Cojones Derby" against Arsenal after Watford captain Troy Deeney used some rather choice words to describe the Arsenal defending in the clubs 2-1 victory over them.</p><p>Who is the Watford FC manager?</p><p>Nigel Graham Pearson is the football manager for the Watford FC. He is a former professional player. During his playing career, he was a defender and played for Shrewsbury Town, Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough. As a coach, he has taken charge of Hull City, Southampton, Carlisle United, Leicester City, Derby County, and OH Leuven and was an assistant manager for England Under-21s and Newcastle United. He has been the manager of the Premier League club, Watford, since December 2019.</p><p>What is the greatest season in Watford FC history?</p><p>While Watford FC is currently in somewhat of a "golden era" under the owners, the Pozzo family, with being in the Premier League, the top division of English football. The greatest period in the club's history came between the years of 1976-1984 which saw the club purchased by lifelong Watford fan Elton John in 1976, and the subsequent appointment of Watford's greatest ever manager Graham Taylor in 1977. By 1981 Watford had risen from the 4th division to make their first-ever appearance in England's top flight.</p><p>As a newly promoted side, they went on to finish 2nd to Liverpool and thus qualify for the UEFA cup. Watford's favourite son Luther Blisset finished top scorer in the division. In 1984 the club reached the Final of the FA Cup, losing 2-0 to Everton after a brutal assault on goalkeeper by Andy Gray. With the departures of Blisset to AC Milan in 1981, Graham Taylor to Aston Villa in 1987, John Barnes to Liverpool in 1987, and the appointment of Dave Bassett as manager the wheels fell off fairly rapidly, and the club were banished to the second flight for an extended spell.</p><p>Who is the most famous manager/player in Watford FC history?</p><p>Graham Taylor was the greatest Watford FC manager, managing from 1977 to 1987. Watford fans have made it a tradition to provide a minute's applause in the 72nd minute of home and away fixtures in memory of the great man.</p><p><br></p>
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