Watford FC fixtures 2019-2020
It's an exciting time to be a Watford fan, with Leicester City showing anyone can be champions, there's nothing stopping Watford from doing exactly the same thing this season! It is with this in mind, that we at StubHub are excited to offer Watford FC tickets, giving you the chance to see the London team as they skirmish with some of the Premier League's most illustrious teams! Finishing in 14th place last season, there's no doubt that Watford will be looking for an improved performance this year and, who knows, maybe even end the season with some serious silverware or even qualifying for next season's Europa League or Champions League. So join them as they begin their 2018-2019 campaign, and grab your Watford tickets here at StubHub!
A new age for Watford
Having been founded back in 1882, Watford's time in top division football really isn't that long compared to many other Premier League teams. Of course, many a Watford fan will hark back to the golden era (1977-1987) of Graham Taylor's management, whose tenure saw the team climb from the Fourth Division all the way to the First Division. This period is also sometimes known as the Elton John Era as the lifelong Hornets supporter, ad pop superstar, became the club chairman in 1976 and was determined to take the team to England's top flight (the First Division at this tim). Unfortunately, after Taylor's departure, the team slumped back down the following decade and it wouldn't be until Taylor returned full-time to manage the team that Watford experienced another wave of success at the dawn of 2000, gaining promotion to the Premier League. Now, about to start their fourth consecutive season in the Premier League, there's little doubt that the team are sure to do everything in their power to keep their place in England's top flight. See how they do live at one of their home or away EPL matches, get your Watford FC tickets here at StubHub.
Vicarage Road - the home of Watford
Also known as The Vic, Vicarage Road is the home of Watford FC and has been their home for nearly 100 years (the stadium was built in 1922). The Stadium has two stands named after Sir Elton John and Graham Taylor, two of the most important figures in Watford's history. With Watford FC tickets, either for their EPL games or FA Cup and Carabao Cup matches, you can see some of the best professional football on offer. See the Hornets go up against the likes of London rivals Tottenham, Arsenal, Fulham, Chelsea or Crystal Palace. This is something you don't want to miss out on.