Good news:Reynolds and McElhenney donate £10,000 to Wrexham player’s fundraiser…Read more.

Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, the owners of Wrexham AFC, have donated £10,000 to the intensive care units that cared for a Wrexham player’s premature baby. GoFundMe confirmed to the PA news agency that the donation was made under the name “Rob and Ryan Wrexham” on Friday. The fundraiser was initiated by midfielder James Jones and his partner Chloe Jones after she went into premature labor during a Wrexham match in November 2022. Ms Jones faced complications during her pregnancy when she developed pre-eclampsia, a condition that causes high blood…

Just In:United Airlines partners with Wrexham for Welsh club’s US pre-season preparations…Read more.

May 22 – United Airlines has taken a new step in their ongoing partnership with Wrexham AFC by debuting limited-edition Wrexham-themed amenity kits and pyjamas. This deal highlights the Welsh club’s increasing popularity in the US, as they become the most-watched club live by American TV audiences. The club’s unique relationship with fans across the Atlantic exploded into life following Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney’s acquisition of the club in 2020. Since the takeover, Wrexham has soared to new heights on and off the pitch. Having already achieved promotion to…

Shocking news:Rob McElhenney’s recent statement will inspire the Wrexham players to secure their third promotion…Read more

Wrexham is preparing for a League One campaign, and Rob McElhenney’s encouragement has spurred the players to pursue an extraordinary third consecutive promotion. Wrexham’s ascent from the depths of the National League to the third tier of English football has been remarkable. Fueled by their Hollywood owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, Wrexham has emerged as a formidable presence in the EFL. The prospect of elevating Wrexham into the Premier League is drawing nearer, and as they venture into League One after nearly two decades, there’s a subdued optimism that…

Breaking News:Wrexham AFC appoint Michael Williamson as new CEO…Read more.

International Football Veteran Named Wrexham’s Chief Executive Officer Effective Immediately Wrexham_AFC   Wrexham AFC has announced the immediate appointment of Michael Williamson as Chief Executive Officer   As the Women’s team completes its first year in the Genero Adran Premier and the Men’s team heads to League One following its recent promotion, Williamson’s extensive background at all levels of clubs in Europe and the US will be invaluable to Wrexham AFC on the journey ahead.   Wrexham AFC Co-Chairmen Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds welcomed Williamson to the club sharing,…

Breaking News:Phil Parkinson admits he’s received ‘a couple’ of calls about departing Wrexham players…Read more.

Phil Parkinson has made an optimistic statement regarding the nine players who departed Wrexham. Wrexham recently secured a momentous promotion to League One and marked the occasion with a lavish trip to Las Vegas. A journey to the United States, generously funded by Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds, acknowledged their commitment and effort in securing second place in League Two. While the team rejoiced in commemorating their triumph together, the trip likely stirred mixed emotions for some players who were informed of their departure from the club. Wrexham disclosed that…

Sad update: One of the wrexham player has Retired from All…Read More.

Ryan Reynolds commended Ben Foster for his generous decision to retire just four games into Wrexham’s EFL season. The former Wrexham goalkeeper surprised fans by announcing his retirement from football early in the last season, having played only four matches in League Two for the Red Dragons. Despite the encouragement from Hollywood owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, who wanted him to continue with the club after helping secure promotion from the National League, Foster’s tenure was limited to just 360 minutes on the field. Wrexham had a shaky start…

Just In:Wrexham’s Hollywood owners aim to build a new stadium with a capacity of 55,000, which would be larger than…Read More.

Wrexham AFC’s Hollywood owners, Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, have announced plans for a new stadium that would surpass Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge in size. Reynolds and McElhenney are committed to guiding Welsh club Wrexham from the fifth-tier National League to the Premier League. The actors, famed for their roles in Deadpool and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, have already overseen Wrexham’s remarkable double promotion to League One. With Wrexham set to play in the third-tier during the 2024-25 season, they are now just two promotions away from reaching the prestigious…

Congratulations:Alan Shearer sends support to one Wrexham player after Monday’s award…Read More.

Wrexham ended the season in style on Saturday afternoon, coming from behind to beat League Two champions Stockport County 2-1 at the STōK Cae Ras. Wrexham already had promotion wrapped up earlier in April but showed no sign of slowing down. A win over Crewe Alexandra was followed up by that victory over Stockport, ending the season with three wins in a row. Fans are already looking ahead to life in League One and a potentially exciting summer ahead. It’s only natural to look ahead to what could happen at…

Just In:Wrexham’s celebrity owners aim to expand the Racecourse stadium’s capacity to…Read More.

Wrexham owners Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds plan to develop the club’s SToK Racecourse home in to a stadium with up to 55,000 seats. The Red Dragons will be playing in League One next season after back-to-back promotions and attracting a worldwide fan-base following the success of the FX docuseries ‘Welcome to Wrexham’ and the presence of their Hollywood A-listers. But Wrexham’s historic ground only holds around 12,600 fans at present, with a temporary stand currently standing on the derelict Kop end behind one goal. We have a plan in…

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Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney reiterated they never had any intention of making money when taking over Wrexham, an encouraging disclosure considering “how far in the red” the latter finds himself. The Deadpool star and It’s Always Sunny creator stunned the footballing world with their purchase of the north Wales club, then toiling in the National League, for a reported figure of £2million in 2020. The unlikely marriage has transpired to be one of the world’s most charming and successful rom-coms, with Wrexham not only relishing two successive promotions to…