Watford sell out allocation

Watford will be backed by over 34,000 supporters for their Championship play-off final at Wembley next Monday having sold out their ticket allocation.

Last Updated: 27/05/13 at 14:07 Post Comment

Watford: Will be backed by over 34,000 supporters

Watford: Will be backed by over 34,000 supporters

The Hornets will meet Crystal Palace at the national stadium for a place in next season's Premier League, with the Hertfordshire club aiming to seal a return to England's top tier for the first time since 2007.

"Watford FC would like to thank supporters for their support for Gianfranco Zola and his players," read the club's official website, noting only some tickets for wheelchair and ambulant disabled fans remain.

Zola and his squad return to England at the start of this week having flown to Marbella for four days of warm weather training in preparation for the final.

Palace have also sold out of their allocation for the encounter, meaning Wembley can expect a full house for the eagerly-anticipated Football League finale.

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