Welcome to Wrexham

Discussion in 'Other Divisions' started by xyz1000, Oct 12, 2022.

  1. xyz1000

    xyz1000 Member

    Jan 8, 2003
    With the popularity of the show, I can't believe there's not a thread on the team. The most relevant one I could find is this
    and it's in the Cups & Competitions section.

    Anyway, Wrexham FC currently sits second in the National League. League winner gets promoted. Second place goes through a playoff for promotion.

    It's a cool show.
  2. xyz1000

    xyz1000 Member

    Jan 8, 2003
    Chance to see Wrexham live on TV in the US on Saturday, 7:30 AM EST.


    ESPN2: Blyth Spartans AFC vs. Wrexham AFC (Fourth Round Qualifying) (FA Cup)
    -- Saturday, October 15 at 7:30 AM --
  3. xyz1000

    xyz1000 Member

    Jan 8, 2003
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    xyz1000 Member

    Jan 8, 2003
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  5. gomichigan24

    gomichigan24 Member+

    Jul 15, 2002
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  6. xyz1000

    xyz1000 Member

    Jan 8, 2003
    Didn't get to read the whole article since it's behind a pay wall, but I get the idea. Ryan Reynolds just made $300M in a recent business deal, and while that's nothing to sneeze at, it's not in the same league, so to speak, as those who own Premier League teams. Perhaps he and Rob M will get more backing. Or they can sell shares. If Wrexham gets to League 1, attracting other investors will unlikely be a problem.

    Go Wrexham!
  7. xyz1000

    xyz1000 Member

    Jan 8, 2003
    Wrexham on the brink of getting promoted. One win in the last two games would do it.


    Wrexham are one win away from securing the National League title and a return to the EFL after a hard-fought victory that sees Yeovil Town relegated.

    Anthony Forde, James Jones and Paul Mullin's second-half goals mean the Dragons will seal promotion by beating Boreham Wood on Saturday.

    Wrexham's 107 points breaks the National League and professional English single-season points record.......
  8. CaliforniaSoccerDad

    Mar 29, 2022
    Can't wait for Season 2.
  9. xyz1000

    xyz1000 Member

    Jan 8, 2003
  10. xyz1000

    xyz1000 Member

    Jan 8, 2003
    Wrexham's revenue this season could match or exceed some Championship teams.


    Wrexham’s U.S. tour: A chance to grow ‘mindblowing’ support and push turnover towards $26m
    By Richard Sutcliffe
    Jul 17, 2023

    Wrexham’s turnover this season could hit £20million ($26m), a remarkable sum that would eclipse the income levels of even some established Championship clubs.

    A lucrative summer of sponsorship deals with the likes of United Airlines and Stok Cold Brew Coffee partly explains why club insiders believe such a figure may well be achievable in their first season back in the EFL.

    There is the upcoming second series of Welcome to Wrexham, the documentary that has put the club bought by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney on the global sporting map.

    And then there is the two-week tour of the United States featuring Phil Parkinson and his players. Friendlies against Chelsea and Manchester United have sold out as supporters in North America finally get their chance to see Paul Mullin, Elliot Lee and co play live.


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