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Help create a special atmosphere to honour Watford's greatest ever manager

Sing For Graham | GT Matchday Singing Section Open


As preparations for The Graham Taylor Matchday continue to ramp up, here’s your chance to help lead the singing and create a fantastic atmosphere to honour Watford's greatest ever manager.

With the Rookery Stand being decorated to pay visual tribute, The 1881 Movement and their popular ‘singing section’ will be moving to the Sir Elton John Stand for this match, which takes place on Saturday August 5.
To book a space in the singing section, please call the Ticket Office Hotline on 01923 223023 and ask for a ticket in Block 5 of the Sir Elton John Stand, and our team will be happy to take your details. 
If you’ve already booked your tickets and want to be part of the action, please send an email to quoting your name, Fan ID and the seats you currently have booked, so that we can amend your booking accordingly.
Please ensure you contact us before 5pm on Tuesday August 1 to allow plenty of time for your tickets to be posted. Any seats not sold by then will be released for general sale.
A reminder that tickets are just £10 / £7.50 / £5, with net profits from the day split between Graham's family's chosen charities: The National Memorial Arboretum and the Watford FC Community Sports & Education Trust.
We look forward to hearing from you – and hearing you sing your hearts out for GT on the day.


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