Matchday Disabled Liaison Officers & Vicarage Roadies
Watford FC provide matchday Disabled Liaison Officers in all accessible areas of the stadium.
Our team of "Vicarage Roadies" look forward to welcoming you to Vicarage Road Stadium
Who are the Vicarage Roadies?
The Vicarage Roadies are here to meet and greet all supporters coming to Watford Football Club on match days. Our group consists of supporters of all ages and most of the Roadies have been Hornets for years. The one thing we all have in common is our desire to go that extra mile and give all supporters the best possible matchday experience.
What do we do?
Anything we can to help is the easy answer. We provide a dedicated service to our disabled visitors, which ranges from escort to your seats, to help with refreshments and everything in between. As Hornets supporters, we know a lot about the Club, the town and the stadium. In the unlikely event we can’t help you we will find someone who can.
How can we help you?
Our team will provide help, guidance and the answers to any questions you might have when you arrive at the Stadium. To us no problem is insurmountable, whatever you might need, no task is too great or small! Just come and find us, ask us and we will do all we can.
As it says on our Roadie jackets, we’re ‘HERE TO HELP’
How and where can you find us?
Our team can be found on the approaches to and around Vicarage Road Stadium from at least 90 minutes before kickoff, and we have an information point at the North-East corner of the stadium.
You’ll easily spot us dressed in our bright green ‘Roadie Jackets’ with cheerful smiling faces.
Our match day meet and greet team, the Vicarage Roadies, are on hand outside the ground to assist all supporters and visitors with disabilities.