• Hornets 'working' on Hall deal

    Gianfranco Zola says Watford are “working” on the signing of Fitz Hall but there will not be as many new arrivals “as people think”. It will be a major surprise if the capture of the former Queens Park Rangers and Crystal Palace defender, who is

  • Hornets held by Stones

    There were reasons for encouragement despite Watford having to settle for a second successive 1-1 draw against non-league opposition at Wealdstone. Like in the draw at Boreham Wood in mid-week, Gianfranco Zola again chose to field a different line-up

  • Happy egg company no longer Watford's shirt sponsors

    Watford have, as expected, confirmed that the happy egg company will not be their shirt sponsors, but will now become an ‘official partner’. The Watford Observer reported last week that the Hornets were considering changing their sponsors

  • Organisers disappointed after Brooke fundraising shortfall

    A fundraiser in Abbots Langley last Saturday (July 14) to help pay for a girl’s potentially life-saving treatment ended in disappointment. Brooke Cornwell, six, of Breakspeare Close, Watford, has Diamond Blackfan Anaemia. Organisers had

  • Follow the action as Watford take on Wealdstone

    The Watford Observer is hoping fans will enjoy interacting pre-match, during the game and after the final whistle has blown on our website. Twitter users can contribute just by adding the #WatfordFC hashtag and for those of you not on the social

  • Charity shop holds unique fundraiser

    Sue Ryder Care in Rickmansworth is holding a fundraising event next Saturday. The event will take place in the High Street branch between 9am and 1pm. There will be volunteers and staff riding an exercise bikes in the front window which customers