Information for supporters: Watford v Middlesbrough

The We campaign – now in its fourth season – has provided supporters with a clearer way to report incidents of discrimination, excessive anti-social behavior or protection concerns, leading to a record number of reports last season (58).

Following feedback received from those who reported in 2021/22, we have changed the number to make it even easier to report issues.

Please text “We”, followed by seat numbers and details, to 66777 right away. Our team will then investigate and take the necessary measures.

The same details will be used at all Watford FC men’s and women’s matches and Community Trust events, so please work with us to make our stadiums and events enjoyable for all supporters.

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Love football. Protect the game.

The Hornets have supported the introduction of strong measures in football to tackle anti-social and criminal behavior on football grounds.

This includes entering the field without permission, carrying or using smoke or pyro devices and throwing objects on the field, as well as discriminatory behavior and drug use. For everyone’s safety, Watford FC will report anyone committing these offenses to the police.

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Smoking (including e-cigarettes) is prohibited in all areas of the stadium.

Prohibited objects

The following items are prohibited and must not be brought into the stadium:

  • Knives
  • Fireworks
  • Smoke cartridges
  • Horns
  • flares
  • Weapons
  • Dangerous or hazardous items
  • Laser devices
  • Bottles or other glass containers
  • Cans
  • Poles
  • Any other items that could compromise public safety and/or illegal substances

Anyone in possession of such objects will be refused access to the site.

Additionally, you may not bring any sponsorship, promotional, or marketing materials onto the field, except for official merchandise. Any flag or banner larger than the maximum dimensions permitted by the club (or, in the absence of such stipulations, two meters x one meter) and/or of an offensive nature is also prohibited.

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