Groundhopper Guides is authorized to sell tickets and hospitality at Watford’s Vicarage Road Stadium. Here’s a description of the options.
Seeing a Game at Watford
The Hornets are a fun, affordable way to catch some soccer action in the Greater London area. Their cozy Vicarage Road stadium is just within the main transport hub of Greater London — ie, your Oyster Card can get you there — and in fact, Watford Junction is only about 15 minutes by train from London Euston Station — if you catch the right train.
Where Are Our Watford Seats?
Watford’s Graham Taylor Stand has two tiers. Our seats are in the first two rows in the upper tier, making for a great view of the action on the pitch.
We typically get blocks 1, 2, and 7 — you could be anywhere from along the goal line to around the penalty spot.
Here’s a video from the same seats:
What is Included in Our Watford Hospitality Package?
We sell a package at Watford called Horizons Hospitality. In form, it’s a very standard hospitality package: regular seats plus access to a lounge where you get food (included) and can buy drinks. Two things, though, make Watford’s Horizons a nice deal: the seats are excellent, and the lounge is lovely.
The lounge is in the middle of the main Graham Taylor Stand, with long windows facing out onto the pitch; they close 20 minutes before kickoff because, in England, you can’t drink alcohol in any place with a view of the pitch.
Starting a couple of hours before the game, you get an “all you can eat” buffet with four options. When Groundhopper Paul was there the choices were scampi and chips, a chili cheese dog, hoisin duck in a bun, and cheesy potatoes. There’s also a nice dessert bar, and after the game there are jelly-filled donuts. The food isn’t amazing, but “included” and “all you can eat” is a good combination.
Coffee, tea and hot cocoa are free, and there’s a full bar with drinks available for purchase.
What Does Watford Hospitality Cost?
Prices in English soccer are based on the opposition, so Watford vs Liverpool will cost considerably more than Watford vs Burnley. While this is not an official quote — fill out the form below for that — you can expect to pay anywhere from $225 to $600 US per person to get these seats at Watford.
There is no requirement for these seats to also get a hotel room through Groundhopper Guides.
More About Groundhopper Guides and English Soccer Tickets & Hospitality
You can read more about us and our hospitality sales here:
- Complete list of clubs where we sell tickets and hospitality
- How are we authorized to sell tickets and hospitality?
- Video: Buying Tickets and Hospitality From Us
- Read Google Reviews of Our Services
- See our refund policy here.
- Find out about our consulting (trip-planning) services and “Groundhop” soccer tours.
Looking to see a Watford game? Fill out this form, and we’ll get back to you shortly. We often have other tickets available than what is shown above.