Celebrating the 30th anniversary of that memorable night against Kaiserslautern (From Watford Observer)
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Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Watford's memorable 3-0 victory against Kaiserslautern
2:00pm Friday 27th September 2013 in Sport
Around 200 fans will be gathering on Saturday to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Watford's UEFA Cup victory over Kaiserslautern.
It will be 30 years to the day since the memorable 3-0 win which was the first European match to be played at Vicarage Road and helped Graham Taylor's men progress after a 3-1 defeat in Germany in the first leg.
Supporters Kevin Norman and Simon Jenner helped organise the sold-out charity event at the Watford Ex-Services and Social Club in St Albans Road, with money going to Help For Heroes and a charity in memory of murdered Drummer Lee Rigby.
Ian Richardson, who scored two goals against Kaiserslautern, will be joined by a number of players including Steve Sherwood and Steve Terry who played in the 3-0 victory. Radio commentator and presenter Mike Vince will be doing a Q&A with the players as part of the evening.
A number of those former Hornets attending the event at the ex-service's club will also be at the Yellow and Red Lion pub on Vicarage Road before Watford's game with Wigan Atheltic.
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