The oldest international football stadium in the world...
For more information on the historic take-over of the ground, please visit: My Racecourse Take Over
Capacity - 10,500
How to get here:
By Car: Take the A483 from Chester or Oswestry to Wrexham. Exit at the 'Mold' junction and then follow the signs for 'Town Centre'. The Racecourse will come quickly into view.
By Train: Wrexham General station is located directly next to the ground.
By Bus: Take the bus to the centre of Wrexham. Head towards the prominent multi-storey car park, turn right along the Mold Road and the ground is located half a mile along this road on the right hand side.
Mold Road Stand:
An all-seater stand with disabled facilities; a bar licensed to sell alcohol on match days; and corporate sponsorship boxes. There is a television gantry and commentary facilities. It was built for the start of the 1999 season and is a modern facility throughout.
This is an all-seater, fully covered stand. Situated behind the goal, this stand seats 3,800 spectators and provides supporters with an excellent view close to the heart of the action on the pitch.
The main stand is an all seater, fully covered facility. The two tiers which make up the stand provide a capacity of 4,200. There are also hospitality facilities in the stand in the form of the ever popular Centenary Club, which provides spectators with the opportunity to wine and dine on match days before taking up their seats in the Executive Box.
This is currently the oldest part of the stadium and the only non-seated area of the Racecourse. Although currently not in use until development work begins, it did house up to 4,900 home supporters and was known to be the most vocal part of the ground.
Ticket Office: Located in the Club Shop on the Yale side of the ground.
Club Shop: Situated under the Yale Stand, close to the Centenary Club.
Refreshments: There is a bar (1872 Suite) located in the Mold Road Stand, although alcohol is not allowed within sight of the playing surface. Food and drink are available from the many concession booths placed around the ground.