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Young Hornets fans enjoy activities alongside first-team squad

Community Day 2017


Over 500 young Watford fans - a mix of Junior Hornets members and Community Trust coaching course participants - had an afternoon to remember when Marco Silva and the first-team squad joined them at Westfield Academy.

Even a few showers of rain couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm of all in attendance as they enjoyed a host of fun activities alongside their Hornets heroes.

In addition to the obligatory autographs and selfies, the players and coaching staff joined in with young Watford supporters in a range of activities including human table football, bungee runs, circus skills and inflatable pitches.

Face painters were also on-hand for any children wanting to look the part with the Watford FC club crest.

The club’s annual Open Day will not take place this year as the event had grown to a point where we could no longer guarantee everyone’s enjoyment and participation.


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