Watford FC fans create giant rainbow flag to support Stonewall's Rainbow Laces campaign

A video was posted onto Twitter showing the enormous fans


Words: Steve Brown

Football fans create a huge rainbow flag in the stands during Watford's game on Tuesday.

Watford FC - which was owned by Elton John from 1976 to 2002 - went up against Manchester City on Tuesday (December 4) at their home stadium Vicarage Road, and during the game, fans transformed themselves into a giant rainbow flag to support Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces campaign.

The Twitter account Proud Hornets, posted a video of the enormous flag onto their account and said: “Wow, just wow! Thank you to the whole #watfordfc family you have done us proud!

“We love you all so much and a huge thank you @The1881_wfc for all of your help! #RainbowLaces #gobigorgohome #the1881movement”