Children can gain free entry when Watford Women host Sunderland at Vicarage Road on Sunday (2pm).

It’s been nearly two months since the Hornets had a home fixture, and this is a big one as Sunderland currently lead the Championship table, and Watford badly need points in their bid to avoid relegation.

Kids go free with a paying adult on Sunday, with this offer available to Under-18s if tickets are bought at the same time.

Tickets are available for purchase in advance at the following prices: Adult - £7 (£8 on matchday); 65 & Over - £4 (£6 on matchday); 18 & Under - £4 (£6 on matchday).

Match tickets are also half-price for Season Ticket holders of Watford’s men’s team and Wealdstone’s men’s team.

Tickets are available to purchase now from, over the phone on 01923 223023 and in-person at the Supporter Services & Ticketing Office at Vicarage Road.

If you’re a regular supporter of the women’s team at Grosvenor Vale, then with Sunday’s game being played at Vicarage Road, it may be slightly different to your usual experience.

All seating will be unreserved and will be situated in the Lower Graham Taylor Stand.

Food and drink will be on sale throughout the match from the kiosks inside the stand.

The Hornets Shop on Vicarage Road will be open on matchday, from 12noon to 4.30pm. This will be the only place you can get your hands on one of the matchday programmes.

The Hornets' last home outing saw the side run out 2-0 winners over Birmingham City at Grosvenor Vale, but three defeats away from home since means Watford are six points from safety in the Barclays Women's Championship.

A return to winning ways is imperative for Interim Head Coach Matt Bevans and his side as the end of the season draws near, and hopefully the free tickets for children offer will help draw a bumper crowd to Vicarage Road.