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The History of Brighton and Hove Albion v Watford

With 149 meetings in 10 competitions between Brighton and Hove Albion and Watford, you'd have thought there would be plenty of entertaining tales from when we have played the Hornets in the past.

But unless you delve back into the 1940s, there is very little of any interest to anyone. It's arguably the most boring fixture around for Brighton fans, and even when something good has happened it has tended to be from a Watford point of view anyway. Chris Eagles from the halfway line anyone?

One idea that Chris Hughton might want to consider given Maty Ryan's current struggles in goal is an unorthordox one employed by the Albion in our meeting at the Goldstone in 1943. With no recognised goalkeeper available - there was a war on, after all - full back Stan Ridson bravely volunteered to go in goal. It wasn't the best decision he'd ever made as he let in five in the first half, at which point his team mates had had enough and inside right Ernie Reid went in. Reid ended up keeping a clean sheet. Maybe give Bruno the second half in goal?

If that was memorable for Ridson, then another player with fond memories of facing Watford would be Adrian Thorne. Brighton needed a point from the last game of the 1957-58 season to secure promotion to the second tier for the first time ever. With Dave Sexton out injured, manager Billy Lane had drafted in 20-year-old Sussex boy Thorne to lead the line for the final three games. In only his seventh appearance for the club, Thorne went berserk, scoring five times in a 6-0 rout as a-then league record crowd of 31,038 packed the Goldstone.

It's good to see that the phrase "Typical Albion" isn't a recent phenomenon either. While the Class of 2017 managed to blow a seven point lead with three games to spare to miss out on lifting the Championship title, great things were expected of the Class of 1910 after they beat Aston Villa in the Charity Shield to be crowned Champions of England. They duly lost 2-1 away in the league at lowly Watford five days later.

P W D L F A
Top tier 2 0 1 1 2 5
Second tier 22 8 6 8 24 23
Third tier 14 5 2 7 10 16
Third tier South 62 23 22 17 98 78
Southern League One 24 9 4 11  32 37
WWII League South 9 4 2 3 19 20
WWII League London 2 0 1 1 2 8
FA Cup 10 5 2 3 17 13
Southern League Cup 2 2 0 0 3 1
WWII League South Cup 2 0 1 1 1 6
Total 149 56 41 52 208 207

Brighton 0-2 Watford Sat 25/04/15 / 2nd tier / Amex Stadium / 28,841
Watford secure promotion to the Premier League with a 2-0 victory at the Amex courtesy of Troy Deeney and Matej Vydra
Watford 1-1 Brighton Sat 04/10/14 / 2nd tier / Vicarage Road / 16,531
Lewis Dunk
Watford 2-0 Brighton Sun 02/02/14 / 2nd tier / Vicarage Road / 16,096
Brighton 1-1 Watford Mon 28/10/13 / 2nd tier / Amex Stadium / 27,657
Andrew Crofts
Brighton 1-3 Watford Sat 29/12/12 / 2nd tier / Amex Stadium / 26,727
David Lopez
Watford 0-1 Brighton Tue 18/09/12 / 2nd tier / Vicarage Road / 11,894
Craig Mackail-Smith
Brighton 2-2 Watford Tue 17/04/12 / 2nd tier / Amex Stadium / 19,189
Inigo Calderon, Will Buckley
David Gonzalez made his debut in goal and let in two of the easiest goals ever in the first half. That led to sarcastic cheers when he caught the ball, something Gus Poyet ranted and raved about it after
Watford 1-0 Brighton Tue 01/11/11 / 2nd tier / Vicarage Road / 11,818
Watford 0-1 Brighton Sat 29/10/11 / FA Cup R4 / Vicarage Road / 14,519
Ashley Barnes
Hot on the heels of knocking Championship side Portsmouth out in the third round, Gus Poyet's League One leaders repeat the trick as Watford are shocked in the FA Cup fourth round
Brighton 0-1 Watford Sat 18/02/06 / 2nd tier / Withdean Stadium / 6,658
Chris Eagles decides this meeting with arguably the best goal Withdean ever saw as he beats the hapless Wayne Henderson from inside the Watford half. Better than Beckham.
Watford 1-1 Brighton Sat 03/12/05 / 2nd tier / Vicarage Road / 14,455
Guy Butters
Alan Blayney was playing like a man possessed at this point in time and his second consecutive penalty save helped the Albion pick up a point thanks to a Guy Butters goal
Brighton 2-1 Watford Mon 03/01/15 / 2nd tier / Withdean Stadium / 6,335
Kerry Mayo, Leon Knight
Watford 1-1 Brighton Sat 11/09/04 / 2nd tier / Vicarage Road / 14,148
Adam Virgo
Brighton 4-0 Watford Sat 26/04/03 / 2nd tier / Withdean Stadium / 6,841
Dean Blackwell, Paul Kitson, Bobby Zamora, Charlie Oatway
Steve Coppell's side gave themselves hope of staying up on the final day with a stunning 4-0 win over Watford. It was so good, Dave Beasant celebrated one of the goals by doing the worm.
Watford 1-0 Brighton Sat 04/10/02 / 2nd tier / Vicarage Road / 15,305
The last game of Martin Hinshelwood's brief spell as manager as Heidar Helgusson inflicted consecutive league defeat number 10 on the Albion
Watford 0-1 Brighton Tue 31/03/92 / 2nd tier / Vicarage Road / 7,589
Raphael Meade
Brighton 0-1 Watford Sat 14/09/91 / 2nd tier / Goldstone Ground / 8,741
Brighton 3-0 Watford Sat 19/01/91 / 2nd tier / Goldstone Ground / 8,339
Mike Small, Robert Codner (2)
Watford 0-1 Brighton Sat 08/09/90 / 2nd tier / Vicarage Road / 7,847
Gary Nelson
Gary Nelson scored the only goal of the game as the Albion got their first win of the 1990-91 season at the fifth attempt. They ended the season reaching the play off final, losing to Notts County
Watford 4-2 Brighton Tue 20/03/90 / 2nd tier / Vicarage Road / 8,487
John Crumplin, Nicky Bissett
Brighton 1-0 Watford Sat 14/10/89 / 2nd tier / Goldstone Ground / 9,280
Nicky Bissett
Brighton 1-0 Watford Sat 25/02/89 / 2nd tier / Goldstone Ground / 9,522
Kevin Bremner
Watford 1-1 Brighton Sat 15/10/88 / 2nd tier / Vicarage Road / 12,126
Own Goal
Watford 3-1 Brighton Sat 18/02/84 / FA Cup R5 / Vicarage Road / 28,000
Danny Wilson
The 1983 FA Cup runners up bow out of the competition to the eventual 1984 runners up in front of a capacity crowd at Vicarage Road. Watford would go onto lose in the final to Everton.
Brighton 1-1 Watford Sat 01/01/83 / Top tier / Goldstone Ground / 15,139
Peter Ward
Watford 4-1 Brighton Sat 20/11/82 / Top tier / Vicarage Road / 16,520
Gerry Ryan
Watford 0-3 Brighton Sat 22/11/75 / FA Cup R1 / Vicarage Road / 9,283
Neil Martin, Fred Binney (2)
A convincing 3-0 FA Cup first round win away at Watford was notable for being the first game the club chartered a train to and the birth of the Seagulls Specials.
Watford 1-1 Brighton Thu 26/12/74 / 3rd tier / Vicarage Road / 6,639
Fred Binney
Brighton 2-0 Watford Sat 14/09/74 / 3rd tier / Goldstone Ground / 11,606
Rickie Marlowe, Ronnie Welch
Watford 1-0 Brighton Sat 22/12/73 / 3rd tier / Vicarage Road / 5,909
Brighton 0-1 Watford Sat 29/09/73 / 3rd tier / Goldstone Ground / 7,645
Watford 1-0 Brighton Sat 28/12/68 / 3rd tier / Vicarage Road / 12,533
Brighton 0-1 Watford Sat 26/10/68 / 3rd tier / Goldstone Ground / 8,335
Watford 4-0 Brighton Sat 23/03/68 / 3rd tier / Vicarage Road / 6,344
Brighton 1-0 Watford Sat 28/10/68 / 3rd tier / Goldstone Ground / 12,808
Paul Flood
Brighton 1-0 Watford Mon 27/03/67 / 3rd tier / Goldstone Ground / 13,640
Brian Dear
Watford 1-1 Brighton Fri 24/03/67 / 3rd tier / Vicarage Road / 15,584
Brian Tawse
Watford 0-1 Brighton Tue 22/03/66 / 3rd tier / Vicarage Road / 6,116
Charlie Livesey
Brighton 2-0 Watford Mon 27/12/65 / 3rd tier / Goldstone Ground / 19,104
Charlie Livesey (2)
Brighton 1-4 Watford Sat 04/05/63 / 3rd tier / Goldstone Ground / 9,392
Phil Gilbert
Watford 2-0 Brighton Sat 29/09/62 / 3rd tier / Vicarage Road / 11,929
Brighton 6-0 Watford Wed 30/04/58 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 31,038
Adrian Thorne (5), Glen Wilson
Needing a point from the final game of the season to secure promotion to the second tier for the first time ever, local lad Adrian Thorne goes mad and scores five times to spark wild celebrations
Watford 1-1 Brighton Sat 26/04/58 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 9,576
Denis Foreman
Denis Foreman scores a last minute winner, leaving the Albion needing a point from their final two games, one of which was against Watford at the Goldstone four days later.
Brighton 2-2 Watford Wed 29/08/56 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 13,052
Dennis Gordon, Albert Mundy
Watford 2-1 Brighton Tue 21/08/56 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 12,472
Peter Harburn
Brighton 2-3 Watford Sat 25/02/56 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 16,559
Denis Foreman, Albert Mundy
Despite storming into a 2-0 lead shortly after half time, Watford stage a remarkable comeback to bring to an end the Albion's 14 game home winning streak and 14 month unbeaten home record
Watford 2-1 Brighton Sat 15/10/55 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 9,480
Dennis Gordon (2), Peter Harburn
Watford 0-0 Brighton Sat 16/04/55 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 8,190
Dennis Gordon, Albert Mundy
Brighton 3-1 Watford Sat 27/11/54 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 10,342
Frankie Howard (3)
Watford 1-1 Brighton Tue 29/09/53 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 8,940
Jimmy Leadbetter
Brighton 3-3 Watford Wed 23/09/53 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 14,557
Jimmy Sirrell, Dennis Gordon, Bert Addinall
Brighton 1-2 Watford Sat 31/01/53 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 13,587
Bert Addinall
Watford 2-3 Brighton Wed 14/01/53 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 4,555
Frankie Howard, Ken Bennett, Jimmy Leadbetter
Watford 3-1 Brighton Thu 03/04/52 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 4,488
Ray Garbutt
Brighton 4-1 Watford Sat 10/11/51 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 18,123
Billy Reed, Johnny McNichol, Doug Keene, Jack Mansell
Brighton 1-1 Watford Sat 17/02/51 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 7,151
Billy Reed
Watford 1-1 Brighton Sat 30/09/50 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 9,611
Cyril Thompson
Watford 0-0 Brighton Sat 22/04/50 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 10,845
Brighton 2-1 Watford Sat 03/12/49 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 9,775
Des Tennant, Bill Morris
Watford 0-0 Brighton Sat 05/03/49 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 8,665
Brighton 0-0 Watford Sat 09/10/48 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 16,066
Brighton 1-3 Watford Wed 28/04/48 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 9,652
George Willis
Watford 2-3 Brighton Sat 23/08/47 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 9,787
Lyn Thomas, Bob Redfearn, George Chapman
The Albion opened the 1946-47 season with a win at Watford. That was one of the rare high points as the side finished bottom of the pile and only avoided relegation out of the league on a vote.
Watford 1-4 Brighton Sat 24/05/47 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 5,376
George Chapman, Tony James (2), Bert Stephens
Brighton 1-1 Watford Sat 02/11/46 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 9,458
Cyril Hodges
Brighton 3-2 Watford Sat 14/04/45 / WWII South / Goldstone Ground / 3,000
Bernard Moore (2), Albert Day
Watford 5-1 Brighton Sat 11/11/44 / WWII South / Vicarage Road / 2,833
Bernard Moore
Brighton 0-5 Watford Sat 10/04/43 / WWII South Cup / Goldstone Ground / 1,500
The Albion took on Watford with no goalkeeper, forcing full back Stan Ridson to play in goal. He let in only the five in the first half before swapping with inside right Ernie Reid, who kept a clean sheet
Watford 1-1 Brighton Sat 20/03/43 / WWII South Cup / Vicarage Road / 2,000
Stan Morgan
Brighton 2-1 Watford Sat 19/12/42 / WWII South / Goldstone Ground / 3,000
John Shafto, Jock Davie
Watford 1-1 Brighton Sat 19/08/42 / WWII South / Vicarage Road / 2,126
Stan Risdon
Watford 7-1 Brighton Sat 21/02/42 / WWII London / Vicarage Road / 600
Eric Lancelotte
Brighton 2-2 Watford Sat 05/11/41 / WWII London / Goldstone Ground / 4,000
Jock Davie, Arthur Cunliffe
Brighton 4-1 Watford Sat 31/05/41 / WWII South / Goldstone Ground / 2,695
Bert Stephens (2), Jack Balmer (2)
Incompleted fixtures meant that second placed Watford challenged the Albion's first place finish in the South Division, leading to a one-off challenge match which we won to undisputedly claim the title
Brighton 4-2 Watford Sat 03/05/41 / WWII South / Goldstone Ground / 2,700
Jack Balmer (2), Bert Stephens (2)
Watford 4-0 Brighton Sat 07/12/40 / WWII South / Vicarage Road / 1,500
Bert Stephens (2), Jack Balmer (2)
Brighton 2-2 Watford Sat 01/06/40 / WWII South / Goldstone Ground / 587
Bert Stephens (2)
Watford 4-2 Brighton Sat 30/03/40 / WWII South / Vicarage Road / 3,174
Bert Stephens (2)
Brighton 0-0 Watford Wed 26/04/39 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 2,620
Watford 1-1 Brighton Sat 15/04/39 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 6,339
Jimmy Cargill
Brighton 1-2 Watford Sat 26/03/38 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 14,781
Bert Stephens
Watford 1-1 Brighton Sat 13/11/37 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 9,281
Bert Stephens
Watford 1-0 Brighton Mon 28/12/36 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 6,055
Brighton 1-1 Watford Fri 25/12/36 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 9,281
Jock Davie
Watford 2-1 Brighton Sat 02/05/36 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 5,685
Billy Richards
Brighton 2-1 Watford Wed 18/09/35 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 4,832
Bert Stephens, Potter Smith
Brighton 2-1 Watford Wed 05/09/34 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 6,557
Bert Jepson (2)
Watford 0-1 Brighton Wed 29/08/34 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 5,660
Buster Brown
Brighton 2-0 Watford Sat 05/04/34 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 4,692
Dave Walker, Harry Egan
Watford 2-0 Brighton Sat 23/12/33 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 5,346
Brighton 3-0 Watford Sat 07/01/33 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 6,516
Arthur Attwood, Reg Wilkinson, Stan Thompson
Watford 0-4 Brighton Sat 03/09/32 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 7,995
George Ansell, Bobby Farrell (2), Arthur Attwood
Watford 2-2 Brighton  Mon 28/03/32 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 7,012
Dan Kirkwood, Jack Eyres
Brighton 2-1 Watford Fri 25/03/32 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 10,528
Dave Walker, Bobby Farrell
Watford 5-0 Brighton Sat 21/03/31 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 5,441
Watford 2-0 Brighton Sat 24/01/31 / FA Cup R4 / Vicarage Road / 22,700
The FA Cup draw can be a cruel mistress. After the elation of beating top flight Leicester in round three, a fifth meeting in seven seasons in the competition with Watford was the reward. And a defeat.
Brighton 1-0 Watford Sat 15/11/30 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 6,034
Potter Smith
Watford 3-0 Brighton Wed 18/09/29 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 6,763
Brighton 2-1 Watford Wed 04/09/29 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 6,368
Potter Smith (2)
Brighton 1-1 Watford Sat 13/04/29 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 5,282
Tug Wilson
Brighton 1-2 Watford Sat 01/12/28 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 9,256
Tommy Cook
Brighton 1-1 Watford Sat 07/04/28 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 7,969
Jimmy Hopkins
Watford 3-3 Brighton Sat 14/01/28 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 5,912
Tommy Cook (2), Jimmy Hopkins
Brighton 1-1 Watford Sat 07/04/28 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 7,969
Jimmy Hopkins
Watford 1-2 Brighton Wed 30/11/27 / FA Cup R1 / Vicarage Road / 6,058
Dai James, Tommy Cook
For the fourth consecutive season, Brighton and Watford were drawn together in the FA Cup. Given the number of sides in the competition, the odds on that happening were put at 9,000,000/1
Watford 1-0 Brighton Sat 12/03/27 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 6,598
Watford 0-1 Brighton Sat 11/12/26 / FA Cup R2 / Vicarage Road / 15,789
Tommy Cook
You'd have thought a third consecutive FA Cup meeting would be too much, but the third highest crowd the Albion played in front of in the 1926/27 season turned up as Tommy Cook scored the only goal
Brighton 4-1 Watford Sat 23/10/26 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 10,043
Andy Neil (2), Sam Jennings (2)
Watford 3-3 Brighton Sat 16/01/26 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 3,647
Eddie Fuller, Wally Little, Jack Nightingale
Watford 2-0 Brighton Wed 02/12/25 / FA Cup R1 Replay / Vicarage Road / 5,601
Brighton 1-1 Watford Sat 28/11/25 / FA Cup R1 / Goldstone Ground / 11,503
Wally Little
Brighton 3-1 Watford Sat 05/09/25 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 12,110
Tommy Cook (2), Sam Jennings
Watford 0-1 Brighton Sat 07/03/25 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 5,000
Tommy Cook
Brighton 4-3 Watford Wed 14/01/25 / FA Cup R1 Replay / Goldstone Ground / 10,500
Bob Dennison (3), Jimmy Hopkins
Watford 1-1 Brighton Sat 10/01/25 / FA Cup R1 / Vicarage Road / 5,000
Jimmy Hopkins
Brighton 2-0 Watford Sat 01/11/24 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 4,000
Tommy Cook, Jack Nightingale
Watford 0-0 Brighton Sat 03/05/24 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 4,000
Brighton 3-0 Watford Sat 26/04/24 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 5,000
Tommy Cook, Billy McAllister
Brighton 3-0 Watford Wed 21/02/23 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 6,250
Andy Neil, Eddie Fuller, Jimmy Hopkins
Watford 1-2 Brighton Sat 10/02/23 / 3rd tier South / Vicarage Road / 5,000
Tug Wilson, Andy Neil
Brighton 1-1 Watford Sat 15/10/21 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 9,000
Jack Doran
Watford 1-0 Brighton Sat 08/10/21 / 3rd tier South / Cassio Road / 6,000
Our last ever visit to Cassio Road, Watford's home ground between the years of 1898 and 1922, ended in a 1-0 defeat
Watford 1-0 Brighton Sat 30/04/21 / 3rd tier South / Cassio Road / 6,000
Brighton 0-3 Watford Sat 23/04/21 / 3rd tier South / Goldstone Ground / 10,000
Watford 3-0 Brighton Sat 17/04/20 / Southern 1 / Cassio Road / 6,000
Jack Doran
Brighton 3-2 Watford Sat 06/12/19 / Southern 1 / Goldstone Ground / 8,000
Zach March
Brighton 1-2 Watford Sat 24/04/15 / Southern 1 / Goldstone Ground / 2,000
Bert Longstaff
Watford 0-0 Brighton Wed 16/09/14 / Southern 1 / Cassio Road / 1,500
Watford 3-1 Brighton Sat 03/01/14 / Southern 1 / Cassio Road / 3,000
Charlie Webb
Brighton 0-0 Watford Sat 13/09/13 / Southern 1 / Goldstone Ground / 5,000
Watford 3-1 Brighton Sat 18/01/13 / Southern 1 / Cassio Road / 4,000
Bobby Simpson
Brighton 3-0 Watford Sat 21/09/12 / Southern 1 / Goldstone Ground / 7,000
Billy Miller, Jimmy Smith
Brighton 7-1 Watford Sat 02/03/12 / Southern 1 / Goldstone Ground / 5,000
Jimmy Smith (3), Charlie Webb (2), Archie Needham, Joe McGhie
Remarkably, this was not the Albion's biggest win of the 1911-12 season, with that accolade going to a 7-0 victory over New Brompton
Watford 3-3 Brighton Sat 28/10/11 / Southern 1 / Cassio Road / 6,000
Jimmy Smith (3)
Brighton 5-0 Watford Sat 07/01/11 / Southern 1 / Goldstone Ground / 6,000
Charlie Webb (2), Jimmy Smith (2), Bill Jones
Brighton 2-1 Watford Mon 28/11/10 / Southern Cup SF / The Den / 1,000
Charlie Webb, Bert Longstaff
Watford 2-1 Brighton Sat 10/09/10 / Southern 1 / Cassio Road / 6,000
Bill Jones
Five days after being crowned Champions of England by beating Aston Villa in the Charity Shield, the Albion lose 2-1 at Watford. Good to see "Typical Albion" things were happening over 100 years ago.
Brighton 1-0 Watford Mon 04/04/10 / Southern Cup Final / Stamford Bridge / 3,000
Bill Jones
The Albion lift the Southern League Charity Cup with a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge. They would go onto lift the league title a few weeks later to complete the double
Brighton 3-1 Watford Sat 29/01/10 / Southern 1 / Goldstone Ground / 4,000
Harry Middleton (2), Bert Longstaff
Watford 1-2 Brighton Sat 18/09/09 / Southern 1 / Cassio Road / 5,000
Bill Connor, George Featherstone
Brighton 1-2 Watford Sat 17/04/09 / Southern 1 / Goldstone Ground / 4,000
Bert Longstaff
Watford 1-1 Brighton Sat 12/12/08 / Southern 1 / Cassio Road / 3,000
Bert Longstaff
Watford 3-0 Brighton Mon 20/04/08 / Southern 1 / Cassio Road / 5,000
Brighton 0-1 Watford Thu 26/12/07 / Southern 1 / Goldstone Ground / 8,500
Watford 1-0 Brighton Sat 16/02/07 / Southern 1 / Cassio Road / 5,000
Brighton 0-3 Watford Sat 13/10/06 / Southern 1 / Goldstone Ground / 6,000
Watford 0-1 Brighton Mon 16/04/06 / Southern 1 / Cassio Road / 6,000
Walter Anthony
The only away of the the 1905-06 season came at Cassio Road at the 16th and penultimate attempt thanks to Walter Anthony
Brighton 2-0 Watford Tue 26/12/05 / Southern 1 / Goldstone Ground / 8,500
Tom Allsopp, Walter Anthony
Watford 5-1 Brighton Sat 29/04/05 / Southern 1 / Cassio Road / 6,000
Own Goal
Brighton 1-0 Watford Sat 25/02/05 / Southern 1 / Goldstone Ground / 4,000
Ben Hulse