Stadium: Vicarage Road
Address: Vicarage Road, Watford, WD18 0ER
Tel: 0845 442 1881
Join the M25 and head north past M4/Heathrow, then past the M40 Oxford Exit at Jct 16. Take the exit at Jct 18. The slip road goes up to a bridge going across the motorway, turn left towards Rickmasworth. Head down into Rickmansworth until you arrive at a large roundabout near Rickmansworth BR station. Turn left here along the A412 towards Watford.
Follow signs into Croxley Green. Continue straight over at the two roundabouts past Croxley, then take the fifth right exit on to Harwood Road. Continue straight down, heading straight over the traffic lights, until you come to the end of the road. At the end turn left and you will now be on Vicarage Road, continue for a few hundred metres and you will see the ground on your right hand side.
There is no parking available for fans at the ground and street parking is exclusively restricted for local residents by way of matchday permits. Parking is not permitted in Watford General Hospital.
Watford town centre has several car parks, the easiest of which for access to Vicarage Road is Church Car Park on the inside of the ring-road, opposite the turn off into Vicarage Road. All town centre car parks are within a ten minute walk of the stadium.
There are three different routes that can be taken to get to Watford Junction. The first is to go from London Victoria, the second is to go to London Euston and the third is East Croydon. To find out which one will suit your journey, you can check the timetables by visiting the National Rail website on www.nationarail.co.uk
From the Station
Leave the station and take the main road straight opposite (Clarendon Road) all the way over the ring road at the lights and up to the high street. Turn left and go past the Wetherspoons on your right and then take the first right after 100 yards into Market Street.
Continue along again crossing the ring road to T-junction and then left at the chip shop. Vicarage Road is the next right turn.
Watford is also represented by its own Tube station, which is on the Metropolitan Line.