Watford FC Opens Stadium for Muslim Family Fun Day

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Watford FC opened its stadium Sunday to host a family fun day organized by a Watford Muslim youth trust for people from all walks of life to foster a sense of togetherness and promote cultural exchange in the community.


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The event, held at Vicarage Road home, aimed to bring the local community together for a day of fun-filled activities.

More than 5000 people joined the event, perfectly showcasing the community’s enthusiasm for coming together, Watford FC website reported.

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“As an organization deeply rooted in the community, we are thrilled to have hosted such a successful Family Fun Day,” said Zahid Zarin, Chairman for Watford Muslim Youth Centre Trust (WMYCT).

“Our aim was to create an environment where people from all backgrounds could come together, enjoy themselves, and strengthen the community spirit. The event was a testament to the power of unity and the shared values that bind us all.”

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