Wolves are travelling to Vicarage Road to take on Watford this Saturday for their first Premier League clash of 2020.
A sold-out allocation of more than 2,200 supporters are expected to make the journey to Hertfordshire to cheer on Nuno Espirito Santo’s men in the 3pm kick-off, the club’s opening match of the new decade.
Visiting supporters will be located in the Vicarage Road stand, which can be accessed via turnstiles 15-20 next to gates eight and nine.
Turnstiles will open 90 minutes before kick-off. In order to meet Watford’s security obligations, they advise supporters to arrive no later than 45 minutes before kick-off to avoid any potential delays.
All supporters will be searched prior to entry into the ground and alcohol will not be served in the away supporters’ section of the stadium, as a result of the limited concourse space.
The nearest train station is Watford High Street, a 10-minute walk away from the ground, while Watford Junction train station is about a 20-minute walk. Watford also has its own London Underground tube station, which is on the Metropolitan Line and is situated just under one mile from Vicarage Road.
Supporters need to be aware that there is no parking available for fans at the ground and street parking is restricted for local residents with matchday permits.
The officially designated pub for visiting supporters to Watford is The Oddfellows, 14 Fearnley Street, WD18 0RD.
Detailed away supporter information for the visit to Watford, including matchday support, travel, parking, stadium services and disability access can be found here.