Watford Mayor announces FA Cup Final 'Big Screen' in Cassiobury Park.
The screening will start at 4pm, for the build up to the FA Cup Final this Saturday 18 May.
Watford fans voted overwhelmingly in favour of having a screen in the town, with over 90% out of the over 3000 people supporting one for the final.
Ex-Watford FC player Luther Blissett said, ‘I remember when we made the final in 1984 under Graham Taylor how amazing it felt to see the whole town come together to support us. I really hope everyone is able to help is able to support the boys, paint Watford yellow and enjoy this great time for the club. Come on you ‘orns!’
Watford FC last celebrated their promotion to the premiership in the park back in May 2015.
To coincide with WatfordFC's FA Cup Semi-Final success, a foyer exhibition will go on display at Watford Museum, combining unique treasures – like the silver trophy from the Play Off Final, the rosette from the club coach to Wembley in 1984 and Graham Taylor’s own medals.
London Midland names Train after Graham Taylor
The train named in memory of Graham Taylor was unveiled by his wife Rita
London midlands senior conductor came up with the idea as the train runs passed the clubs which were manage by the hero.
Graham Taylor's funeral attended by players, managers and supporters in Watford
held at St Mary's Church
Stars from the world of football attended the funeral of former England, Watford and Aston Villa manager Graham Taylor. (Periscope video of fans)
Watfordfc Fans Pay Tributes to Graham Taylor at Vicarage Road Football Stadium
Today's game will be Watford playing Middlesbrough at Vicarage Road
Fans have been showing respect for the late Graham Taylor who was the chairman for Watford FC. They laid flowers, scarves and club shirts.
Watford FC players 'Troy Deeney' and three more held a signing session in the centre from 5.30pm and fans brought along items they’d like them to autograph.
The signing session took place on the lower mall.
Graham Taylor OBE (born Worksop, Nottinghamshire) is a former football player, manager and pundit, and former chairman of Watford Football Club.
Watford FC Football Club Celebrated Premier League Achievement
The Open Top Bus started to be greeted by fans at the starting point at the A41 North Watford Dome Roundabout.
BBC Three Counties said about 20,000 people had joined the celebrations in Cassiobury park to welcome the Team.