Watford fans have raised more than £1,400 for Help for Heroes following the club's Remembrance Day game earlier this month.
The Hornets have thanked all those that dug deep to donate to the Forces charity which raises funds to help rehabilitate servicemen and women injured in the line of duty.
The game on 6 November against Nottingham Forest included a combined drill team from the Combined Cadet Forces of both St Helen's and Merchant Taylor's Schools, from Northwood.
"We are extremely grateful to Watford FC - and hope all the club's fans enjoyed the drill performance," said MTS CCF's Megan Orloff.
"The £1,400 raised on the day was a fantastic amount, and we're hoping to keep that total moving up via our website at: www.justgiving.com/mtsccf."
"All of the cadets had a fantastic day at the stadium," added Megan.
Watford's efforts added to The Football League's support of Help for Heroes following The League's partnership with the charity last season which raised over £300,000 thanks to support from all 72 clubs.
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