Watford
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Watford Football Club, based in Hertfordshire, England, has a rich history dating back to its formation in 1881. The club's home venue is Vicarage Road, a stadium with a capacity of over 20,000 spectators. Watford's nickname is "The Hornets," which is derived from the club's yellow and black striped kit. Over the years, Watford has experienced both highs and lows. One of their major accomplishments came in the 1982-1983 season when they finished runners-up in the First Division, their highest-ever league position. This success led them to qualify for the UEFA Cup the following season. Another notable achievement for Watford was reaching the FA Cup final in 1984, where they unfortunately lost to Everton. Despite not winning the trophy, their journey to the final was a remarkable feat for a club of their size. Watford has had several notable managers throughout their history, including Graham Taylor and Aidy Boothroyd, who played significant roles in the club's success.

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Location
England
Stadium
Vicarage Road
Capacity
21,500
Leagues
English Football League Championship
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Coach
Tom Cleverley 
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