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The football team was established in 1881 under the name of Watford Rovers. It made its debut in the FA Cup in 1886.

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Meaning and history

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Most badges of the Watford Football Club have been inspired by the crest of its home city, Watford, Hertfordshire, England. In the course of time, the club developed a unique and distinctive logo.

1927 — 1950

Watford Logo 1927

1950 — 1958

Watford Logo 1950

1958 — 1959

Watford Logo 1958

1959 — 1968

Watford Logo 1959

1968 — 1972

Watford Logo 1968The 1968 Watford FC logo sported a completely different visual metaphor. It was based on the club’s nickname, the Hornets. The roundel badge featured a hornet above the letters “WFC.” On the 1974 logo, an anthropomorphized hornet could be seen.

1972 — 1974

Watford Logo 1972

1974 — 1978

Watford Logo 1974On the 1974 logo, an anthropomorphized hornet could be seen.

1978 — 1979

Watford Logo 1978In 1978, a new era started in the history of the logo. The emblem featured the head of a red deer inside a stylized shield divided into two fields, red and black. The word “Watford” was placed above.

1979 — 1982

Watford Logo 1979

1982 — 2001

Watford Logo 1982

1991 — 1992

Watford Logo 1991

2001 — Today

Watford logo The current emblem, which was introduced in 2001, looks almost exactly the same, except for the lettering: the font is simpler, the text has been capitalized.

Colors

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The current color scheme of both the Watford logo and uniform includes three colors: black, yellow, and red. The first time the team wore a yellow and black uniform was in 1959 (black shorts and yellow shirts). Red made its debut in 1973 due to a recommendation of the club’s manager Mike Keen.