Watford FC Women are gearing up for their upcoming match against Crystal Palace on November 5th at 2 p.m., hoping to reverse a recent string of poor performances that began before the international break. Facing off against the fourth placed team in the Barclays Women’s Championship, the Hornets are determined to close the gap on the 10th placed London City Lionesses and climb out of the relegation zone.
For those visiting Grosvenor Vale for the first time, we have prepared a comprehensive fan guide that should address any queries you may have. Please be aware that parking on the grass within the stadium is restricted. On-site parking is reserved for staff, players, officials, and disabled supporters. Street parking is available in the surrounding areas, and we kindly request that if you’re coming by car and parking in the local area, please show consideration for the neighbors.
Watford FC Women vs. Crystal Palace: Tickets for the match can be purchased in advance online at the following prices:
Adult: £7 (£8 on matchdays)
65 & Over: £4 (£6 on matchdays)
18 & Under: £4 (£6 on matchdays)
Season Ticket holders for Watford’s men’s team or Wealdstone’s men’s team can enjoy half-price match tickets. Tickets for the Golden Girls’ Barclays Women’s Championship fixture against Crystal Palace on November 5th at 2 p.m. will be available to supporters at 3 p.m. on Friday, October 6th.
You can purchase tickets at tickets.watfordfc.com or in person at the Supporter Services & Ticketing Office at Vicarage Road. All seating is unreserved, and Season Ticket holders for the men’s side and Wealdstone FC can take advantage of discounted tickets. Wealdstone FC Season Ticket holders must call us to purchase discounted tickets for their first booking, while subsequent purchases can be made online.
Tickets are available to Junior Hornets members for only £1. Our free supporter group for Watford supporters aged 0 to 15 is Junior Hornets. On Sunday, November 5th, at midnight, online ticket sales will end. Only in-person purchases at Grosvenor Vale will be conducted on matchdays.
Both teams enter this contest following away defeats and are eager to return to winning form. The Golden Girls recently suffered a 5-2 loss at the hands of Birmingham City, while Crystal Palace came up short against London rivals Charlton Athletic.
Except for their last match, the teams have had differing fortunes thus far. Crystal Palace sits fourth in the league, just four points off the top spot with a game in hand. Their impressive goal-scoring prowess, led by joint top-scorers Annabel Blanchard and Elise Hughes, has left a mark on the competition with seven goals each.
Meanwhile, the Hornets find themselves four points away from safety and are enduring a five-game losing streak in the league. Nevertheless, they have diligently trained over the past two weeks, determined to turn their fortunes around.
A notable return to the pitch is that of former Hornet Araya Dennis, who played a pivotal role in their promotion last season, including a memorable winning goal against Oxford United at Vicarage Road in April.
We encourage you to come out and support the Golden Girls as they strive for a crucial three points to kickstart their November campaign.