By Press Association
Published: 10:57 GMT, 2 February 2019 | Updated: 11:24 GMT, 2 February 2019
Watford's players and manager Javi Gracia proved they are all big kids at heart as they enjoyed a snowball fight at the club's training ground.
There was a decent dusting of snow at the Hornets' London Colney training base on Thursday night and therefore plenty of fun to be had at training on Friday.
Watford's Premier League match away to Brighton is likely to survive the big chill this weekend but further down the leagues there are a number of postponements.
Watford manager Javi Gracia throws a snowball as the club's training ground was covered in the white stuff on Friday
Watford goalkeepers Heurelho Gomes (left) and Ben Foster launch snowballs during training
The keepers then resorted to kicking the snow and ice at their London Colney training base
Accrington's Sky Bet League One match against Blackpool has been postponed because of freezing conditions following a pitch inspection on Saturday morning.
Volunteers had been asked to turn up from 8:30am help clear the snow from around the Wham Stadium, with the covers taken off the pitch.
However, following an inspection referee Rob Lewis said it was 'unplayable due to the freezing weather overnight', Accrington confirmed in a post on the club's Twitter feed.
The League Two game between Cheltenham and Cambridge was also called off on Saturday morning, with the club confirming on Twitter that 'an area of the pitch has been deemed unplayable due to freezing temperatures.'
Swindon's home game against Forest Green also failed to beat the weather.
Oldham's home game against Morecambe in League Two was another match that failed to beat the weather.
A statement on Oldham's website said: 'The referee has deemed the pitch unsafe to play on due to the weather.
'The club would like to thank everyone for their best efforts over the past couple of days in trying to ensure the game goes ahead.'
Andre Gray, wrapped up warm in snood and gloves, launches a snowball at