Our final home programme of the regular season can be ordered from Curtis Sport now, to arrive at your door as close to matchday as possible.


In this week's edition, Emiliano Marcondes speaks to us ahead of our second consecutive play-off campaign. Sergi Canós answers your Facebook questions and Vitaly Janelt picks his Ultimate XI with FIFA 21.


This week's feature interview is with Emiliano Marcondes, who talks to us about the lessons learned in last season's play-offs. He also gives us an insight into his season and what he thinks it will take to go one step further this summer to reach the top-flight.

Quickfire Profile covers Vitaly Janelt this week, the German Under-21 also picks his FIFA 21 Ultimate XI icons. Sergi Canós tackles your fan questions from social media while Pontus Jansson writes his captain's notes for the final time this term.


There's a full preview of the newly-promoted away side from Ryan Gray of The Watford Observer. He takes us through Watford's successful season and looks at whether they want to challenge Norwich for the title at the end of this campaign. He also examines this fixture as a preview to the upcoming play-offs in May.

The Narrative comes from Dan Long this week, reflecting on a season of ups and downs for The Hornets and our last visit to Vicarage Road, and what that means ahead of Saturday's clash. There's a profile on Hornets boss Xisco Munoz and a look at the four key players who might make the difference this weekend. You've got the full run down on Watford's squad as well as a head-to-head stats piece examining the strengths and weaknesses of both sides.

An Away Fan Q&A comes from Ben Beechey, who gives us his history as a Watford fan. He previews the game, gives his play-off predictiuons and also picks the Bees player that he'd most like to have line up in yellow.


The Brentford B update from Ben Strange features a season review with Head Coach Neil MacFarlane, who looks at the work done during the pandemic to keep the side going. Nathan Shepperd and Kane O'Connor also join us for a conversation about the roller-coaster season as well as international youth football with all the current restrictions.

The Women's squad are back in action after four months away from the game. We speak to player-coach Charlotte Tanner about returning the the game after such a long time away, as well as what to expect from the final few games of the campaign. Both the First Team and Development side are fighting for promotion in the Greater London WFL.


Bee Blog from Nick Bruzon starts with some thoughts about the abandoned Super League project and finishes up with a look ahead to the play-offs. Can The Bees learn from their experience against Fulham last season? The Last Word column from Ben Burgess is also an examnination of The Super League's flawed plan and what fans need to do about these ideas going forward. Greville Waterman's Five from the Hive is a look at the best final day home games from previous seasons.

There are four pages of junior activities including Bee The Boss, Quick Quiz, Number Challenge and a Watford-related word search. There's also spot the difference, guess the crest and guess who? All supported by our Bee Team Patron Audrey Romain.

Get the latest updates from the fans on our Message Board pages, which you can send messages to using the address [email protected] up to a week before your chosen game.

Order online to get the programme delivered to your home, including the back issues that you have missed this season. Due to lockdown restrictions, delivery times may be delayed.