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They lost in the next round to West Ham United 1—0 in a replay after the first game had finished 2—2. In an attempt to change the fortunes of the club after several seasons in the doldrums at the bottom of the football league pyramid, the —93 season saw Wrexham manager Brian Flynn make a shrewd signing when he enlisted the services of Gary Bennett, who soon settled and helped Wrexham into the promotion race.

Wrexham's season came to a head on 27 April when with two games left they travelled to Northampton Town requiring a win to gain promotion to the next tier of the English football.

The game ended with a 2—0 victory to Wrexham and the 5, travelling "Reds" supporters there were jubilant when promotion had finally been achieved.

The —95 season would see Wrexham achieve more success in cup competitions, this time going on a run through the FA Cup.

In the next round, Wrexham were drawn away to Manchester United and despite taking the lead at Old Trafford , United went on to win 5—2. The —96 season once again saw Wrexham in European action, with their opposition this time coming in the form of Romanian team Petrolul Ploiesti ; the home leg ended in a 0—0 draw but Wrexham lost 1—0 in the away leg, with the Romanians scoring the only goal of the match, and Wrexham were subsequently knocked out of the tournament.

The —97 season saw Wrexham set off on another amazing run in the FA Cup and beating more top flight opposition.

Following wins at Colwyn Bay and Scunthorpe United, they were drawn to play West Ham United at home, the game ending in a 1—1 draw on a snow-covered pitch after a well earned draw.

The replay at Upton Park ended in a shock 1—0 win to Wrexham as Kevin Russell scored in the dying minutes to send Wrexham into the fourth round.

June was the date for the official opening of Colliers Park, which was Wrexham's new training ground and was situated just outside Gresford on Chester Road.

It has been used for training by many visiting teams that play at a higher standard over the years. The — season saw Wrexham again beat a top-flight team in the FA Cup, this time in the shape of Middlesbrough.

The final score of the match was 2—1, with the second half goals coming from Robin Gibson and Darren Ferguson after being behind to the Premiership outfit.

At the start of the 21st century the club was dogged with many problems off the pitch, including then chairman Alex Hamilton , attempting to get the club evicted from the stadium so that he could use and sell it for his own development purposes — the saga involved the sale of the Racecourse Ground to a separate company owned by Hamilton immediately after he became the club's chairman.

In the summer of Hamilton gave the club a year's notice to quit the ground. Wrexham became the first League club to suffer a ten-point deduction under the new rule for being placed in administration, dropping them from the middle of the League One table to the relegation zone after the point deduction, and subsequently condemned Wrexham to relegation.

Despite their financial troubles, Wrexham went on to win the —05 Football League Trophy by defeating Southend United 2—0 after extra time, in Wrexham's first appearance at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

It was Southend's second consecutive defeat in the Football League Trophy final. The winning goals were scored by Juan Ugarte and Darren Ferguson as Wrexham ran out winners in front of over 20, Wrexham fans.

Wrexham still retained an outside chance of escaping the drop in the —05 season following an end-of-season winning streak; however, their faint hopes of staying up were ended with a 2—1 home loss to Brentford on 3 May The point deduction proved decisive in determining Wrexham's fate, as the club finished with 43 points compared to 20th-placed Milton Keynes Dons ' 51 — a net points tally of 53 after deduction, which had condemned them to relegation.

In October , Birmingham High Court decided that Alex Hamilton's company CrucialMove had improperly acquired the freehold of the ground and the decision went against him.

Hamilton then took this to the Appeal Court in London and it ruled on 14 March that the stadium must remain in the hands of the club's administrators.

On 30 April the administrators reached an agreement with local car dealer Neville Dickens, subject to agreement by the shareholders and creditors which was achieved on 30 May , for Dickens to take over control of the club and all its assets.

Had the club still been in Administration by 3 June then Wrexham would have automatically been expelled from the League because of their financial situation.

Wrexham Football Club Ltd is the name of the "phoenix" company that took over the assets of the old Wrexham Association Football Club Limited — technically, the club is no longer known as Wrexham Association Football Club due to the takeover of the club by Neville Dickens and Geoff Moss and their associates; this is reflected on new merchandise, although most fans will still refer to it as "Wrexham AFC".

The —07 season started well for Wrexham, as they went 8 games unbeaten, with included a 4—1 away win against Championship side Sheffield Wednesday and were in the play-off places after the addition of numerous new faces.

Unfortunately they were beaten in a shock 5—0 defeat at Accrington Stanley on 13 September , then followed by a 5—2 defeat at Stockport County.

Both of these teams were struggling at the foot of the table when these defeats happened, and Wrexham never fully recovered from them.

This would begin the start of a long relegation battle for Wrexham. Denis Smith was sacked along with his assistant Kevin Russell on 11 January with Wrexham in the bottom half of the division and after a poor run of results and was replaced by coach Brian Carey.

Wrexham finished 19th in Football League Two and on 51 points after an impressive late run of form which saw them win 4 out of their last 5 games, which included defeating local rivals Shrewsbury in the last ever derby match at Gay Meadow.

Wrexham's league status was saved on the last day of the season with a vital 3—1 victory on 5 May over Boston United at home which sent their opponents down to the Conference Premier they were later demoted to the Conference North and ensured that Wrexham would stay in the Football League.

Expectations were high for the —08 season, as there had been the signings of players such as Anthony Williams , Richard Hope , Michael Proctor , Silvio Spann and Eifion Williams and a push for promotion was expected by the fans after the disappointment of last season.

But the season started badly, with only three wins and 10 points by the middle of November and Wrexham rooted to the bottom of the table.

On 6 November Wrexham Football Club released a statement saying that the club were looking for an "experienced senior manager" to work alongside the current Racecourse staff.

On 15 November , Brian Little was named as Wrexham's new manager and the replacement to Brian Carey, who took the role of assistant manager.

After a promising start to his reign, a run of 7 straight league defeats and a 4—2 defeat in the FAW Premier Cup at the hands of Llanelli , forced Little to ring the changes and brought in 11 players in the January transfer window to attempt to change Wrexham's fortunes.

In terms of the backstage staff, he brought in former Port Vale boss Martin Foyle as first-team coach and several members of staff were told that they had no future at The Racecourse.

With the new players introduced Wrexham went a run of six matches unbeaten, which included victories against promotion candidates Darlington and Milton Keynes Dons and a 0—0 draw against Peterborough United.

However, in the final months of the season many of Little's new players had become injured and Wrexham suffered several defeats against fellow strugglers in the league and were also defeated 3—0 in a derby match against Shrewsbury Town.

Wrexham were finally relegated following a 2—0 defeat away at Hereford United , ending the club's year stay in the Football League. The —09 season started well, with a 5—0 home victory against Stevenage Borough , however a run of poor results followed, with Wrexham being left in the mid-table battle, only four points above the relegation zone and only keeping two clean sheets all season.

Following a 3—0 home defeat against Rushden and Diamonds , and fans calling for his dismissal, Little left Wrexham by mutual consent.

Since then, Dean Saunders has taken over the management of Wrexham, with his first game against Forest Green Rovers ending in a victory.

Wrexham's first full season in the Conference Premier ended in a disappointing 10th place. The following year, —10, ended in a similar fashion with Wrexham finishing in 11th position, well off the pace of the promotion battle.

In March the ownership of the club became subject to two bids: The team finished the —11 season in 4th place, qualifying for a play-off spot.

On 5 May Wrexham played their first play-off game against Luton Town at home: Wrexham were 3—0 down in the first half and failed to score in the second half.

On 10 May Wrexham played their second play-off game: Wrexham went 1—0 up after Andy Mangan scored in the 8th minute, Gareth Taylor later missed a penalty, Luton went on to win 5—1 on aggregate.

Over Wrexham fans were present at Kenilworth Road. During the —12 season, Wrexham FC were invited back into the Welsh Cup after 16 years, entering at the third round stage.

Their first game was at home to Airbus UK , but a schedule clash meant that the club were required to play two games on 3 December , one against Airbus, and the other against Brentford FC in the second round of the FA Cup.

Although the scratch side fielded against Airbus lost, the first team fielded against Brentford produced a shock 1—0 win. Player-Manager Andy Morrell scored Wrexham's goal.

New manager Andy Morrell guided Wrexham to a record tally of 98 points but this was not enough to gain automatic promotion, as they ended the season only 5 points adrift of Fleetwood Town, who gained the only automatic place.

Wrexham lost in the play-offs to Luton Town again. Wrexham earned themselves places in both the FA Trophy final and the Conference Premier play-off final , their first two appearances at Wembley Stadium in the club's year history to date, and within five weeks of one another.

A 5—2 aggregate win over Kidderminster Harriers in the two-legged play-off semi-final saw Wrexham through to the final versus Newport County , the first play-off final to feature two Welsh teams; Newport defeated Wrexham 2—0.

On 24 February Andy Morrell stepped down as manager, "I feel it is in the best interests of both Wrexham FC and me to make a change now," Morrell said in a statement.

Wrexham finished the —14 season in 17th place, the lowest position in the club's year history. Statistics from recent seasons. For a full history see; List of Wrexham F.

Since then, they have added their name to the stadium for it to become: Subsequently, in , Wrexham Supporters Trust secured a year lease on the ground, and the name has reverted to the Racecourse Ground.

The capacity is 10,, making it the third largest stadium in the National League. With a capacity of 5,, the Kop Stand was the largest all-standing terrace in the English Football League but is now no longer in use.

BKoncepts Stand , capacity 4,, formerly the Yale Stand, this stand is home to the main hospitality area for a match-day called the Bamford Suite, below this suite on ground level is the stadium's social bar area called the Centenary Club.

Under this stand you can also find the main ticket office and club shop along with the main staff offices, boardroom, executive room, changing rooms, kit room, and physio room.

This stand is noted for its excellent acoustics where an excellent atmosphere can be made. The stand's unique design is attributed to the Turf Hotel Pub, which is situated on the corner of the stadium.

The stand possesses a TV studio and eight fully equipped private boxes, and has a match-day restaurant called "The Suite"; there is also an old programme shop which is run by volunteers adjacent to the stand.

Inside the foyer entrance to this stand you can also find a small ticket office which is open for 1 hour prior to kick-off and sells tickets just for that stand to take pressure from the main ticket office under the BKoncepts Stand.

Other uses and teams: It was the venue for the Champions League encounter between T. Bangor City played FC Midtjylland match in , which resulted in a 6—1 victory for the Danish team.

Wrexham's training ground was the purpose-built Colliers Park, in neighbouring Gresford. It is widely regarded in British football to be one of the best training grounds outside of the top flight and one of the best never to have been used by a top-flight team.

The England national team , Barcelona , Rangers and the Wales national team have all used it for training purposes. Colliers Park continues to be improved, a running hill, as well as all-weather pitches and a small stand have been constructed since the facilities opened in Colliers Park is now owned by Glyndwr University as part of their purchase of the Racecourse Ground assets.

For the beginning of he —17 season, Wrexham moved back to their former training ground at Stansty Park. Wrexham did however retain the use of Colliers Park for Youth and Reserve fixtures.

After one season training at Stansty Park, Wrexham announced they would be moving to a new training ground at Nine Acre Field for the beginning of the —18 season based near the town centre.

Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. The following are members of the Wrexham A.

Players with international caps in bold. The following players have been named Wrexham A. Young Player of the Year.

Goal counts are formatted with the league total first, and the total for all competitions in parenthesis. European Cup Winners' Cup: As well as the town of Wrexham , support is drawn from the surrounding towns and villages of the district , such as Gwersyllt and Rhos , [47] [48] the Flintshire towns of Mold , [49] Buckley , [50] Holywell [51] and Deeside.

Wrexham has a fierce rivalry with Chester , [70] [71] the clubs are just 10 miles apart, but are Welsh and English respectively. The two contest the Cross-Border Derby, the first match was held in with Wrexham running out 3—2 winners at Faulkner Street, the former home of Chester City , the last derby, to date, was played at the Swansway Chester Stadium where Wrexham won 0—1 on 8 November Games between the two are classed as "high risk" [73] for potential of disorder and are generally moved to early kick-offs with a large police presence to prevent it, [74] though arrests do still occur for various offences surrounding the fans of both clubs.

It's difficult to compare if you've not played in each one but there's something special about any derby at any level.

I played for Chester v Wrexham and that could get ferocious, It lost nothing in ferocity compared to Arsenal v Spurs ". Other rivalries Wrexham also have rivalries with Shrewsbury Town [80] [81] and Tranmere Rovers due to geographical proximity.

The games are often moved to early kick-offs, in accordance with police, to minimize the potential of trouble as has happened between clubs previously.

In , 32 hooligans were jailed after a Tranmere v Wrexham match at Prenton Park [82] and trouble was again evident when the two clubs met in a friendly at the Racecourse Ground.

Wrex the Dragon is the official team mascot of Wrexham. The mascot Wrex the dragon along with the team nickname "The Dragons" , was introduced in —02 by the Commercial manager following a ballot of fans to help increase sponsorship and promote the club's Welsh image whilst also providing a more original nickname as Bristol City , Swindon Town and Cheltenham Town also use the nickname of 'The Robins'.

Previous mascot Rockin' Robin was also famous for having a wife called Tina Turfit plus a son, Robinson. A trouble-maker from the moment he was hatched, this rampant robin has left damage and destruction wherever he's gone.

The Welsh wildman has set off a fire extinguisher before a game, ridden onto the pitch on a bike and tried to run over a linesman for which he was sent off by the club's managing director and dug huge divots from the ground with a pitchfork.

Among his other acts of skulduggery are poking fun at the linesmen — he waves his own flag when the ball goes out of play — and running onto the pitch waving a pole another early bath offence.

This seen him regularly getting him into trouble with then manager Brian Flynn. Between and the reserve team of Wrexham played in the Welsh football leagues.

Wrexham's home kit is red shirts, white shorts, and white socks. The club have played in a predominantly red kit with white features since the late s.

Macron have been the kit supplier of Wrexham AFC since and helped arrange a pre-season training camp for the first team in pre-season in Portugal where over supporters travelled over to support the team in a 2—1 win over Louletano.

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In an attempt to change the fortunes of the club after several seasons in the doldrums at the bottom of the football league pyramid, the —93 season saw Wrexham manager Brian Flynn make a shrewd signing when he enlisted the services of Gary Bennett, who soon settled and helped Wrexham into the promotion race.

Wrexham's season came to a head on 27 April when with two games left they travelled to Northampton Town requiring a win to gain promotion to the next tier of the English football.

The game ended with a 2—0 victory to Wrexham and the 5, travelling "Reds" supporters there were jubilant when promotion had finally been achieved.

The —95 season would see Wrexham achieve more success in cup competitions, this time going on a run through the FA Cup. In the next round, Wrexham were drawn away to Manchester United and despite taking the lead at Old Trafford , United went on to win 5—2.

The —96 season once again saw Wrexham in European action, with their opposition this time coming in the form of Romanian team Petrolul Ploiesti ; the home leg ended in a 0—0 draw but Wrexham lost 1—0 in the away leg, with the Romanians scoring the only goal of the match, and Wrexham were subsequently knocked out of the tournament.

The —97 season saw Wrexham set off on another amazing run in the FA Cup and beating more top flight opposition. Following wins at Colwyn Bay and Scunthorpe United, they were drawn to play West Ham United at home, the game ending in a 1—1 draw on a snow-covered pitch after a well earned draw.

The replay at Upton Park ended in a shock 1—0 win to Wrexham as Kevin Russell scored in the dying minutes to send Wrexham into the fourth round.

June was the date for the official opening of Colliers Park, which was Wrexham's new training ground and was situated just outside Gresford on Chester Road.

It has been used for training by many visiting teams that play at a higher standard over the years. The — season saw Wrexham again beat a top-flight team in the FA Cup, this time in the shape of Middlesbrough.

The final score of the match was 2—1, with the second half goals coming from Robin Gibson and Darren Ferguson after being behind to the Premiership outfit.

At the start of the 21st century the club was dogged with many problems off the pitch, including then chairman Alex Hamilton , attempting to get the club evicted from the stadium so that he could use and sell it for his own development purposes — the saga involved the sale of the Racecourse Ground to a separate company owned by Hamilton immediately after he became the club's chairman.

In the summer of Hamilton gave the club a year's notice to quit the ground. Wrexham became the first League club to suffer a ten-point deduction under the new rule for being placed in administration, dropping them from the middle of the League One table to the relegation zone after the point deduction, and subsequently condemned Wrexham to relegation.

Despite their financial troubles, Wrexham went on to win the —05 Football League Trophy by defeating Southend United 2—0 after extra time, in Wrexham's first appearance at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

It was Southend's second consecutive defeat in the Football League Trophy final. The winning goals were scored by Juan Ugarte and Darren Ferguson as Wrexham ran out winners in front of over 20, Wrexham fans.

Wrexham still retained an outside chance of escaping the drop in the —05 season following an end-of-season winning streak; however, their faint hopes of staying up were ended with a 2—1 home loss to Brentford on 3 May The point deduction proved decisive in determining Wrexham's fate, as the club finished with 43 points compared to 20th-placed Milton Keynes Dons ' 51 — a net points tally of 53 after deduction, which had condemned them to relegation.

In October , Birmingham High Court decided that Alex Hamilton's company CrucialMove had improperly acquired the freehold of the ground and the decision went against him.

Hamilton then took this to the Appeal Court in London and it ruled on 14 March that the stadium must remain in the hands of the club's administrators.

On 30 April the administrators reached an agreement with local car dealer Neville Dickens, subject to agreement by the shareholders and creditors which was achieved on 30 May , for Dickens to take over control of the club and all its assets.

Had the club still been in Administration by 3 June then Wrexham would have automatically been expelled from the League because of their financial situation.

Wrexham Football Club Ltd is the name of the "phoenix" company that took over the assets of the old Wrexham Association Football Club Limited — technically, the club is no longer known as Wrexham Association Football Club due to the takeover of the club by Neville Dickens and Geoff Moss and their associates; this is reflected on new merchandise, although most fans will still refer to it as "Wrexham AFC".

The —07 season started well for Wrexham, as they went 8 games unbeaten, with included a 4—1 away win against Championship side Sheffield Wednesday and were in the play-off places after the addition of numerous new faces.

Unfortunately they were beaten in a shock 5—0 defeat at Accrington Stanley on 13 September , then followed by a 5—2 defeat at Stockport County.

Both of these teams were struggling at the foot of the table when these defeats happened, and Wrexham never fully recovered from them.

This would begin the start of a long relegation battle for Wrexham. Denis Smith was sacked along with his assistant Kevin Russell on 11 January with Wrexham in the bottom half of the division and after a poor run of results and was replaced by coach Brian Carey.

Wrexham finished 19th in Football League Two and on 51 points after an impressive late run of form which saw them win 4 out of their last 5 games, which included defeating local rivals Shrewsbury in the last ever derby match at Gay Meadow.

Wrexham's league status was saved on the last day of the season with a vital 3—1 victory on 5 May over Boston United at home which sent their opponents down to the Conference Premier they were later demoted to the Conference North and ensured that Wrexham would stay in the Football League.

Expectations were high for the —08 season, as there had been the signings of players such as Anthony Williams , Richard Hope , Michael Proctor , Silvio Spann and Eifion Williams and a push for promotion was expected by the fans after the disappointment of last season.

But the season started badly, with only three wins and 10 points by the middle of November and Wrexham rooted to the bottom of the table. On 6 November Wrexham Football Club released a statement saying that the club were looking for an "experienced senior manager" to work alongside the current Racecourse staff.

On 15 November , Brian Little was named as Wrexham's new manager and the replacement to Brian Carey, who took the role of assistant manager. After a promising start to his reign, a run of 7 straight league defeats and a 4—2 defeat in the FAW Premier Cup at the hands of Llanelli , forced Little to ring the changes and brought in 11 players in the January transfer window to attempt to change Wrexham's fortunes.

In terms of the backstage staff, he brought in former Port Vale boss Martin Foyle as first-team coach and several members of staff were told that they had no future at The Racecourse.

With the new players introduced Wrexham went a run of six matches unbeaten, which included victories against promotion candidates Darlington and Milton Keynes Dons and a 0—0 draw against Peterborough United.

However, in the final months of the season many of Little's new players had become injured and Wrexham suffered several defeats against fellow strugglers in the league and were also defeated 3—0 in a derby match against Shrewsbury Town.

Wrexham were finally relegated following a 2—0 defeat away at Hereford United , ending the club's year stay in the Football League. The —09 season started well, with a 5—0 home victory against Stevenage Borough , however a run of poor results followed, with Wrexham being left in the mid-table battle, only four points above the relegation zone and only keeping two clean sheets all season.

Following a 3—0 home defeat against Rushden and Diamonds , and fans calling for his dismissal, Little left Wrexham by mutual consent.

Since then, Dean Saunders has taken over the management of Wrexham, with his first game against Forest Green Rovers ending in a victory.

Wrexham's first full season in the Conference Premier ended in a disappointing 10th place. The following year, —10, ended in a similar fashion with Wrexham finishing in 11th position, well off the pace of the promotion battle.

In March the ownership of the club became subject to two bids: The team finished the —11 season in 4th place, qualifying for a play-off spot.

On 5 May Wrexham played their first play-off game against Luton Town at home: Wrexham were 3—0 down in the first half and failed to score in the second half.

On 10 May Wrexham played their second play-off game: Wrexham went 1—0 up after Andy Mangan scored in the 8th minute, Gareth Taylor later missed a penalty, Luton went on to win 5—1 on aggregate.

Over Wrexham fans were present at Kenilworth Road. During the —12 season, Wrexham FC were invited back into the Welsh Cup after 16 years, entering at the third round stage.

Their first game was at home to Airbus UK , but a schedule clash meant that the club were required to play two games on 3 December , one against Airbus, and the other against Brentford FC in the second round of the FA Cup.

Although the scratch side fielded against Airbus lost, the first team fielded against Brentford produced a shock 1—0 win.

Player-Manager Andy Morrell scored Wrexham's goal. New manager Andy Morrell guided Wrexham to a record tally of 98 points but this was not enough to gain automatic promotion, as they ended the season only 5 points adrift of Fleetwood Town, who gained the only automatic place.

Wrexham lost in the play-offs to Luton Town again. Wrexham earned themselves places in both the FA Trophy final and the Conference Premier play-off final , their first two appearances at Wembley Stadium in the club's year history to date, and within five weeks of one another.

A 5—2 aggregate win over Kidderminster Harriers in the two-legged play-off semi-final saw Wrexham through to the final versus Newport County , the first play-off final to feature two Welsh teams; Newport defeated Wrexham 2—0.

On 24 February Andy Morrell stepped down as manager, "I feel it is in the best interests of both Wrexham FC and me to make a change now," Morrell said in a statement.

Wrexham finished the —14 season in 17th place, the lowest position in the club's year history. Statistics from recent seasons.

For a full history see; List of Wrexham F. Since then, they have added their name to the stadium for it to become: Subsequently, in , Wrexham Supporters Trust secured a year lease on the ground, and the name has reverted to the Racecourse Ground.

The capacity is 10,, making it the third largest stadium in the National League. With a capacity of 5,, the Kop Stand was the largest all-standing terrace in the English Football League but is now no longer in use.

BKoncepts Stand , capacity 4,, formerly the Yale Stand, this stand is home to the main hospitality area for a match-day called the Bamford Suite, below this suite on ground level is the stadium's social bar area called the Centenary Club.

Under this stand you can also find the main ticket office and club shop along with the main staff offices, boardroom, executive room, changing rooms, kit room, and physio room.

This stand is noted for its excellent acoustics where an excellent atmosphere can be made. The stand's unique design is attributed to the Turf Hotel Pub, which is situated on the corner of the stadium.

The stand possesses a TV studio and eight fully equipped private boxes, and has a match-day restaurant called "The Suite"; there is also an old programme shop which is run by volunteers adjacent to the stand.

Inside the foyer entrance to this stand you can also find a small ticket office which is open for 1 hour prior to kick-off and sells tickets just for that stand to take pressure from the main ticket office under the BKoncepts Stand.

Other uses and teams: It was the venue for the Champions League encounter between T. Bangor City played FC Midtjylland match in , which resulted in a 6—1 victory for the Danish team.

Wrexham's training ground was the purpose-built Colliers Park, in neighbouring Gresford. It is widely regarded in British football to be one of the best training grounds outside of the top flight and one of the best never to have been used by a top-flight team.

The England national team , Barcelona , Rangers and the Wales national team have all used it for training purposes. Colliers Park continues to be improved, a running hill, as well as all-weather pitches and a small stand have been constructed since the facilities opened in Colliers Park is now owned by Glyndwr University as part of their purchase of the Racecourse Ground assets.

For the beginning of he —17 season, Wrexham moved back to their former training ground at Stansty Park. Wrexham did however retain the use of Colliers Park for Youth and Reserve fixtures.

After one season training at Stansty Park, Wrexham announced they would be moving to a new training ground at Nine Acre Field for the beginning of the —18 season based near the town centre.

Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

The following are members of the Wrexham A. Players with international caps in bold. The following players have been named Wrexham A.

Young Player of the Year. Goal counts are formatted with the league total first, and the total for all competitions in parenthesis.

European Cup Winners' Cup: As well as the town of Wrexham , support is drawn from the surrounding towns and villages of the district , such as Gwersyllt and Rhos , [47] [48] the Flintshire towns of Mold , [49] Buckley , [50] Holywell [51] and Deeside.

Wrexham has a fierce rivalry with Chester , [70] [71] the clubs are just 10 miles apart, but are Welsh and English respectively.

The two contest the Cross-Border Derby, the first match was held in with Wrexham running out 3—2 winners at Faulkner Street, the former home of Chester City , the last derby, to date, was played at the Swansway Chester Stadium where Wrexham won 0—1 on 8 November Games between the two are classed as "high risk" [73] for potential of disorder and are generally moved to early kick-offs with a large police presence to prevent it, [74] though arrests do still occur for various offences surrounding the fans of both clubs.

It's difficult to compare if you've not played in each one but there's something special about any derby at any level. I played for Chester v Wrexham and that could get ferocious, It lost nothing in ferocity compared to Arsenal v Spurs ".

Other rivalries Wrexham also have rivalries with Shrewsbury Town [80] [81] and Tranmere Rovers due to geographical proximity.

The games are often moved to early kick-offs, in accordance with police, to minimize the potential of trouble as has happened between clubs previously.

In , 32 hooligans were jailed after a Tranmere v Wrexham match at Prenton Park [82] and trouble was again evident when the two clubs met in a friendly at the Racecourse Ground.

Wrex the Dragon is the official team mascot of Wrexham. The mascot Wrex the dragon along with the team nickname "The Dragons" , was introduced in —02 by the Commercial manager following a ballot of fans to help increase sponsorship and promote the club's Welsh image whilst also providing a more original nickname as Bristol City , Swindon Town and Cheltenham Town also use the nickname of 'The Robins'.

Previous mascot Rockin' Robin was also famous for having a wife called Tina Turfit plus a son, Robinson. A trouble-maker from the moment he was hatched, this rampant robin has left damage and destruction wherever he's gone.

The Welsh wildman has set off a fire extinguisher before a game, ridden onto the pitch on a bike and tried to run over a linesman for which he was sent off by the club's managing director and dug huge divots from the ground with a pitchfork.

Among his other acts of skulduggery are poking fun at the linesmen — he waves his own flag when the ball goes out of play — and running onto the pitch waving a pole another early bath offence.

This seen him regularly getting him into trouble with then manager Brian Flynn. Between and the reserve team of Wrexham played in the Welsh football leagues.

Wrexham's home kit is red shirts, white shorts, and white socks. The club have played in a predominantly red kit with white features since the late s.

Macron have been the kit supplier of Wrexham AFC since and helped arrange a pre-season training camp for the first team in pre-season in Portugal where over supporters travelled over to support the team in a 2—1 win over Louletano.

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