First Team 1 week ago

Pre-Season: Brentford Ticket Details

Tickets for Watford's pre-season friendly at Brentford will be available on a pay-on-the-day basis only.

The Hornets are set to visit the Bees' Griffin Park on Saturday July 28 (3pm KO) as preparations continue for the 2018/19 Premier League campaign.

Watford supporters will be able to buy away end tickets from the cash turnstiles in Brook Road from 1.30pm on matchday.

Ticket prices will be as follows:

SEATING

18 & Over £12
Under-18 £1

STANDING

18 & Over £10
Under-18 £1

First Team 1 week ago

Dahlberg: “I Have A Great Chance Here”

Swedish shot-stopper Pontus Dahlberg initially signed for the Golden Boys in January, but went back to IFK Göteborg on loan, before finally linking up with his teammates this summer.

Watch the young goalkeeper's first interview with the club via the Hornets' official YouTube channel, or read some key snippets, below.


COMING TO WATFORD

“It feels very good to be here at a great club with great facilities. I have an opportunity to be a better player.

“I think many people in Sweden watch the Premier League a lot. It’s the best league in the world.

“After I signed I’ve been watching the games, they play really nice football and from what I’ve seen he fans seem to be really nice as well, and here at the stadium it's a nice place to play.

“It’s a great club and I’m looking forward to playing for them.”

TRAINING WITH HIS NEW TEAMMATES

“It’s been really good. They’ve been long days compared to back in Sweden.

“There’s been a lot of tests, a lot of training, but it feels great to be here and get started.

“Gomes and Foster have a lot of experience so it’s great to be training with them and to learn from them as well. I am positive about that.”

PLAYING FIRST-TEAM FOOTBALL IN SWEDEN

“It’s been really good for me to play these one-and-a-half seasons with IFK Goteborg, to get these matches in front of these full stadiums and to play senior football.

“I think it’s good for me as a person and as a football player to play these games.”

HIS IDOL GROWING UP

“I’ve always liked Ikea Casillas. He is now with FC Porto but when I started to look at him he was with Real Madrid.

“He is an amazing keeper, he has won the Champions League, the World Cup, everything you can win as a goalkeeper and a football player.

“He is the one I have been watching a lot when I was younger.”

HIS NEXT STEPS

“First of all I want to be a better player, and I think I have a great chance to do that here. The facilities and the staff here are amazing.

“There are so many guys to help you - from training in the gym, to the pitch.

“I want to be a better football player, then we’ll see after that.”