Watford: Club Profile

Watford are the team to beat in Hertfordshire. But we only did it once to date. It’ll happen again one day soon, however. For us, it does look like it means breaking into the top two divisions first. That’s something we’ve not done either. So, perhaps one will lead to the other and we can take the mantle of Herts’ best team from the Hornets?

There’s always the chance they’ll have a massive fall from grace too. But we wouldn’t bet on it. Even if the 2019-20 season did end in relegation from the Premier League.



The Facts

Watford: Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Watford: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Tuesday 12 August 2014

Wednesday 03 January 1996

Monday 04 December 1995

Tuesday 09 August 1994

Monday 19 December 1988

Monday 14 April 1986


Players For Us... and Them

Mick AdamsonProfile
Malcolm AllenProfile
Steve BeleckProfile
Corey BrowneProfile
Steve ButlerProfile
Chris DayProfile
Joe GallenProfile
Nicholas GrimeProfile
Dominic GrimeProfile
Kaylen HindsProfile
Albert JarrettProfile
Matt LangstonProfile
Gavin MahonProfile
Rob MarshallProfile
Jobi McAnuffProfile
Dominic NaylorProfile
Alan ParisProfile
Jordan ParkesProfile
David PerpetuiniProfile
Geoff PitcherProfile
Colin PluckProfile
Nigel PlummerProfile
Ian RichardsonProfile
Connor SmithProfile
Sam SodjeProfile
Jason SolomanProfile
Josh WalkerProfile
Tony WardProfile
Paul WilkersonProfile
Roger WillisProfile
Ben WilmotProfile


Watford Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Pre-Match Pints


Watford Travel Information – Distance: 23 miles

By Road

Take the A1(M) south and leave it after coming out the other side of the Hatfield Tunnel. Take the A414 towards St Albans and – at the Park Street roundabout – use the second exit for the A405 towards the M25. Continue over the M25 and then take the M1 south.

Exit the M1 soon after at Junction 5 and head into Watford on the A4008. You’ll go over one roundabout. But, at the second in front of a Premier Inn, take the second exit for the A411 Beechen Grove.

Follow the one-way system around to the left, before bearing off left after nearly half-a-mile. This is Vicarage Road. There’s a natty left/right/left combo to negotiate before you reach the stadium.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


No parking is available at the ground and street parking is also off the table due to local resident schemes. Don’t think about trying Watford General Hospital either. Instead, try one of the many options in the town centre; the easiest of which is Church Car Park. It’s inside the ring road opposite the turn for Vicarage Road.

By Rail

Services to: LONDON EUSTON

Leave the station on Lower High Street, turning left and left again onto Exchange Road. Follow this around to Vicarage Road and turn left, heading more or less in a straight line.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner