Supporter of the Season: Sarah Priestley

Watford legend Troy Deeney presented Sarah with her award.

This year’s winner of Supporter of the Year is Sarah Priestley.

Priestley is a Season Ticket holder who has worked at the Watford Museum since 1998, putting on numerous memorable exhibitions relating to Watford Football Club over the past 26 years, including one to celebrate 100 years at Vicarage Road back in 2022.

She’s also a tireless and valued volunteer for the Watford FC Community Sports & Education Trust, winning the Trust Champion award last year.

Sarah is a real champion for We Allies and Enables.

Season Ticket renewal time. Where did that 12 months go?

If your circumstances have changed and you feel you need a more accessible position for next season please drop me an email - - or a call on 01923 265577 and I will liaise with the club when the change of seat window opens to find the most suitable option for you.

Kind regards

David - Enables Chair

This years AGM was held on the 7th November 2023 in the Players’ Lounge at the stadium, K.O. 7.30pm.  Click here for the minutes.

Hidden Disability & Medical Exemption Cards  Click here for details

Membership of WFC Enables is free - Click here - for more details

Watford FC aims to foster a strong relationship between the club and its supporters with disabilities and will continue to enhance the opportunities and facilities that we offer to spectators with disabilities and Enables will keep you fully informed.

Such improvements to facilities are not only for our own supporters, but will include those disabled supporters who visit Vicarage Road from other football clubs and visitors from around the world.

Welcome to the Enables Disabled Supporter Group website    

Enables is the supporter group for people with disabilities at Watford Football Club.  

WFC Enables was established in March 2007 by a group of enthusiastic Watford supporters and Watford FC staff to provide a voice for disabled supporters.

The group's remit was extended during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 to include all older supporters of the Golden Boys and are now looking to increase their numbers to represent a much wider group of supporters and are inviting any of the club's older supporters to get involved, so even if you don't consider yourself to be disabled, the group would love to hear from you. 

The group provides a platform for regular dialogue with the Club relating to the stadium development and the improvements to facilities for the disabled and also creates a social forum for supporters to enjoy meeting and talking about what drives them on - Watford FC!


Dedicated email -  Watford Football Club has set up a dedicated email specifically to deal with queries from disabled supporters - 

Free Watford FC Wheelchair Seat Tickets

The WFC Community Sports & Education Trust working with Watford FC provides an opportunity for individuals within a wheelchair to gain a free ticket to watch the hornets. This is open to groups of up to 10 who would like to attend. 

For more information please contact Karen Stephanou on  eMail: