The club is called Red Dragons and it is not hard to guess the club colours, which include red of course, but also white. The home jerseys honour these colours as well, with the away game being played in a combination of white and black. Home games are played at the Racecourse Ground, which seats 10,771 spectators. The Welsh side was founded in 1864, then under the name Wrexham Town FC. The team is therefore from the town of Wrexham in the ceremonial county of Clwyd. In 1880 it was renamed Wrexham FC and in 2006 it was re-established as Wrexham AFC after its demise.
This club, along with six other Welsh sides, plays in the English league system, not the Welsh one. The current home of this club is the National League, which is the fifth highest competition in English football. However, it used to be more successful here as it has been in the third tier of English football for most of its tenure in the English leagues. They won the EFL Trophy in the 2004/05 season and the FA Trophy in the 2012/13 season.
|07.02.2023||Sheffield United FC||Wrexham AFC||0 : 0||3 : 1|
|29.01.2023||Wrexham AFC||Sheffield United FC||0 : 1||3 : 3|
|18.10.2022||Wrexham AFC||Blyth Spartans AFC||3 : 0||3 : 2|
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|04.01.2015||Stoke City FC||Wrexham AFC||0 : 0||3 : 1|