Watford Score
England Championship
Watford 2
Huddersfield Town 2
1
2
L
Rotherham United 2
Watford 1
0
1
W
Norwich City 3
Watford 2
4
2
L
Watford 2
Leicester City 3
1
2
L
England FA Cup
Southampton 4
Watford 4
3
0
L
England Championship
Watford 3
Cardiff City 3
0
1
L
Sheffield Wednesday 4
Watford 3
0
0
D
England FA Cup
Watford 1
Southampton 2
1
1
D
England Championship
Bristol City 1
Watford 2
1
1
D
Queens Park Rangers (QPR) 3
Watford 3
1
2
W
England FA Cup
Watford 2
Chesterfield 4
2
1
W
England Championship
Plymouth Argyle 2
Watford 4
3
3
D
Watford 1 4
Stoke City 1
1
1
D
Watford 1
Bristol City
1
4
L
Blackburn Rovers 2
Watford 3
1
2
W
Preston North End 3
Watford 1
1
5
W
Watford 2
Ipswich Town 4
1
2
L
Watford 3
Southampton 4
1
1
D
Hull City 1
Watford 2
1
2
W
Watford 1
Norwich City 4
3
2
W
Leicester City 2
Watford 1 7
2
0
L
Watford Fixtures
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Watford Player
# Name Position
11
Ismael Kone Central Midfield
24
Ayotomiwa Dele Bashiru Central Midfield
1
Daniel Bachmann Goalkeeper
26
Ben Hamer Goalkeeper
61
Amin Nabizada Forward
7
Thomas Ince Right Winger
 
Matheus Martins Right Winger
25
Emmanuel Bonaventure Dennis Left Winger
37
Matheus Martins Left Winger
12
Ken Sema Left Midfield
16
Giorgi Chakvetadze Attacking Midfield
18
Yaser Asprilla Attacking Midfield
8
Jake Livermore Defensive Midfield
39
Edo Kayembe Defensive Midfield
2
Jeremy Ngakia Right Back
6
Jamal Lewis Left Back
3
Francisco Sierralta Centre Back
4
Wesley Hoedt Centre Back
5
Ryan Porteous Centre Back
15
Matthew Pollock Centre Back
9
Mileta Rajovic Centre Forward
19
Vakoun Issouf Bayo Centre Forward
 
Valerien Ismael Coach
About Watford
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  • Name: Watford
  • City: Hertford
  • Home Stadium: Vicarage Road Stadium
  • Established Date: 1881
  • Coach: Valerien Ismael
Watford Football Club is an English professional football club in Watford, Hertfordshire, that plays in the Premier League, the top division of English football. The club recognises its foundation as 1881, aligned with that of its antecedent, Watford Rovers, and was established as Watford Football Club in 1898. After finishing the 1914–15 season as Southern League champions under the management of Harry Kent, Watford joined the Football League in 1920. Watford have yet to win a major honour despite their long reign in the top four tiers of English football. The club played at several grounds in its early history, before moving to Vicarage Road in 1922.