Watford Football Club has been based at Vicarage Road for over 90 years, having moved in on the stadium’s opening day back in August 1922. The intimate venue has recently undergone extensive renovation, thus further enhancing an already stellar match day experience.
The stadium’s close proximity to London means there are a wealth of transport options available to both home and away supporters, the best of which can be found within this helpful Liftshare guide.
How to get to Vicarage Road
Train and Tube
The nearest overground rail station to Vicarage Road is Watford High Street, located within a ten-minute walk of the ground, from which you can catch services to London Euston. Alternatively, make use of the underground system (Metropolitan Line) which passes by roughly a mile away from the ground (alight at Watford Station).
The 10, 320, 324 and W1 local bus routes all offer easy links between Vicarage Road and Watford town centre.
Sat nav users heading to the stadium can use the WD18 0ER post code; however, please be aware that it is not possible to park within close proximity to the stadium on match days. Residential streets are off limits, so the public car parks in Watford town centre (or a park-and-ride) may be your best options.
Lift share to and from Vicarage Road
Why not save on the cost of your journey by arranging a car share with friends, family or strangers? Not only will it enable you to split the cost of fuel and parking, but you’ll also enjoy some company to and from the game. Travelling from out of town? Make the most of your journey by taking in a few London sights
while you’re there, or embark on a road trip around Hertfordshire.