Watford FC

Watford FC

The official website of Watford FC.

 

BHappy

BHappy

Watford FC Blog by Matt Rowson and Ian Grant, the successor to the legendary fanzine, Blind, Stupid & Desperate.

From The Rookery End

From The Rookery End

The brilliant Watford supporter podcast.

Old Watford

Old Watford

A scrapbook style website of Watford memorabilia.

 

WFC Net

WFC Net

Home of the Watford Mailing List, statistics, interviews and much more.

WFC Net

WFC Archive

Watford FC Archive 1881-2017.

A comprehensive history of the club in facts and figures.

Hornet Heaven

The 1881

The 1881 movement was born when a group of Watford fans came together during the summer of 2013 with the aim of improving the vocal support at Vicarage Road.

 

WFC Forums

WFC Forums

Online forum for Watford fans including matchday chat, transfer rumours and everything inbetween.

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 4

The Greatest Watford Wins

The website of the book of the same name. A countdown of Watford’s finest post-war victories, as told by Lionel Birnie.

Albert McClenaghan

Albert McClenaghan's Throw In

The ramblings of a middle-aged Watford fan.

 

Fran's Watford Blog

Fran's Watford Blog

The blog of Watford supporter Fran Lynn.

Hornet Heaven

Hornet Heaven

The award-winning sitcom for Watford FC fans. Hornet Heaven is where Watford fans go in the afterlife.

 

Albert McClenaghan

Jimmy Armchair

Sitting and thinking about Watford FC. Then mouthing off.

 

Into The Wolf's Mouth

Into The Wolf's Mouth

A chronicle of Watford FC’s journey under the Pozzo family.

Hornets' Nest

The Hornets' Nest

Musings of a dedicated, opinionated and often exasperated Watford fan.

Albert McClenaghan

Hornet Effect

The home of honest opinion on Watford FC.

1984 FA Cup Final

Terry Challis

Website dedicated to the life and work of Terry Challis – Artist, Watford Observer Cartoonist and Watford FC Fan.

1984 FA Cup Final

Gold and Black Clothing

A clothing collection inspired by Hornets history.

Enjoy The Game

Enjoy The Game

The story of Watford in the 1980s, as told by Lionel Birnie.

 

Watford Centenary Book

Watford Centenary Book

The story of Watford Football Club’s first 100 years, as written by Oliver Phillips.

Four Seasons

Four Seasons

A pictorial story of Watford Football Club from 1997 to 2001 by Lionel Birnie and Alan Cozzi.

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 1

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 1

Eleven original chapters by 11 different writers, including former players, managers, journalists, broadcasters and authors who all have an affinity with the Hornets including David James, Adam Leventhal, Kevin Affleck and Oliver Phillips.

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 2

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 2

Thirteen original chapters including The Italian Job, Part Two, The Miracle of Sofia, Meet the Pozzos and Shoot-Out at St Andrew’s, from writers including Lionel Birnie, Adam Leventhal, Matt Rowson and Mike Parkin.

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 3

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 3 - The Interviews

Interviews with Sean Dyche, Micah Hyde, Craig Ramage, Aidy Boothroyd, Paul Furlong, Nick Wright, Ray Lewington, Ronny Rosenthal, David and Dean Holdsworth and Tommy Smith.

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 4

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 4

Ten original chapters including interviews with the players involved in the Deeney Goal, plus Tommy Mooney, Gifton Noel-Williams and more.

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 5

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 5

Original chapters including contributions from former managers Quique Sanchez Flores and Beppe Sannino, and former players Lloyd Doyley, Clarke Carlisle and Tony Coton.

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 6

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 6 - The Rocket Men

Extensive interviews with the four Watford players who appeared in all four divisions as the club climbed from Division Four to finish runners-up in Division One in just six years; Luther Blissett, Steve Sherwood, Ian Bolton and Ross Jenkins.

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 4

Tales from the Vicarage Live

Featuring former Watford FC stars Clarke Carlisle, Tony Coton, Lloyd Doyley, Nigel Gibbs and Tommy Mooney and hosted by Adam Leventhal live on stage at the Tales from the Vicarage event in November 2016.

 

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 4

100 Greatest Watford Wins

A scrapbook-style countdown of Watford’s 100 greatest wins, featuring snippets from newspapers and interviews with the players who created some of the club’s happiest memories.

On This Day

Watford FC - On This Day

In diary format, the major events in the club’s history, with individual entries for every day, and multiple listings for more historic and busier days. Written by Matt Rowson of BHappy.

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 4

The Watford FC Who's Who 1881-1996

Written by Trefor Jones, a book detailing every player and manager between 1881 and 1996.

Tales from the Vicarage Volume 4

Watford FC Season by Season

Trefor Jones details every Watford FC match between 1881 and 1998.

On This Day

A Tale of the Unexpected

The story of Watford’s 1982/83 season when they finished runners-up in their debut season in Division One.

Watford FC Classic Cup Encounters

Watford FC Classic Cup Encounters

Spanning 40 years, games that will live forever in the memories of Watford fans, including highlights of the giant killings of Liverpool and Man Utd in 70s, victory over Kaiserslautern in ’’83, the defeat of Birmingham on the way to Wembley in ’’84 and the memorable victory at Highbury in ’87.

1984 FA Cup Final

1984 FA Cup Final

Watford FC souvenir edition of the 1984 FA Cup Final between Everton and Watford.

In His Own Words

In His Own Words - Graham Taylor

The autobiography of the greatest manager in Watford’s history, Graham Taylor, as told by Lionel Birnie.

1984 FA Cup Final

Poetry In Motion

Documentary on the career of John Barnes.

The John Barnes Story

The John Barnes Story

The story of John Barnes, one of the finest players ever to wear the Watford shirt.

The John Barnes Story

Out of his Skin: The John Barnes Phenomenon

As well as a biography of John Barnes up to 1987, Dave Hill examines the nature of racism in English football in general and on Merseyside in particular, and shows how the Watford winger’s transfer to Liverpool in 1987 crystallised issues of race few had been willing even to acknowledge.

There To Be Shot At

There To Be Shot At - Tony Coton

The autobiography of arguably Watford’s finest ever goalkeeper, Tony Coton.

You Don't Know Me But....

You Don't Know Me But - Clarke Carlisle

The autobiography of Clarke Carlisle, the former Watford centre-back.

Unsung Hero

Robbo - Unsung Hero

The biography of Paul Robinson, the former Watford left-back, written by Paul Dixon.

Graduation

Graduation - Richard Lee

An honest look at the life of a professional footballer with former Watford ‘keeper Richard Lee.

Rise and Shine

Rise and Shine - The Jay DeMerit Story

The story of Jay DeMerit’s rise from non-league football to the Premier League and World Cup.

Rise and Shine

Settling The Score - Dave Bassett

The autobiography of one of the most controversial manager appointments in Watford’s history, Dave Bassett.

There's Only One Neil Redfearn

There's Only One Neil Redfearn

The autobiography of former Watford midfielder, Neil Redfearn.

Football - It's a Minging Life

Football - It's a Minging Life - Rick Holden

The autobiography of former Watford winger Rick Holden.

All I Want For Christmas

All I Want For Christmas - Iwan Roberts

A story of the 2002/3 season for Iwan Roberts, the former Watford striker.

The Proper Charlie

The Proper Charlie - Charlie Miller

The story of Charlie Miller, the former Watford midfielder.

It Is What It Is - Carlton Palmer

It Is What It Is - Carlton Palmer

The autobiography of former Watford loanee, Carlton Palmer.

Saturday Afternoon Fever

Saturday Afternoon Fever - Johnny Phillips

Sky Sports Reporter Johnny Phillips with tales from his season of reporting, including THAT game at Vicarage Road.

Up Front - Kerry Dixon

Up Front - Kerry Dixon

The autobiography of former Watford striker, Kerry Dixon.

Who Ate All The Pies

Who Ate All The Pies

The autobiography of “legendary” Watford striker, Mick Quinn.

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