Skip to main content Skip to site footer

Kick off 19:45 (UK)

Buy tickets
01 March 2022 Venue Racecourse Ground Attendance

Kick off 19:45 (UK)

Buy a pass:

Listen live now

Watch live now

Listen or watch live now

Recent results


Vanarama National League

Advertisement block

Advertisement block


Commentary to begin soon

There are currently no key moments to display.

Are you sure you want to delete this event?

Delete Cancel

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

Match Previews

PREVIEW | Wrexham vs Kings Lynn

Another crucial home match as Wrexham look to build a title challenge.

28 February 2022

Can Phil Parkinson's side maintain the momentum?

After Saturday's comprehensive victory over Aldershot Town, Wrexham push on with another home match as they look to close the gap to league leaders Stockport County. The Hatters are currently nine points ahead of Phil Parkinson's Red Dragons, but this match is a game in hand. Victory would certainly make the gap more manageable, especially as Stockport are yet to visit The Racecourse. If Wrexham can maintain the pressure that match, our final home game of the season, could be rather interesting!

Visitors Kings Lynn suffered a chastening 4-1 home defeat at the hands of Maidenhead United last Saturday. That loss drew a scathing response from the Eastern Daily Press, which described it as “the last nail in the coffin” of the Linnets’ relegation scrap.

Ironically, Kings Lynn had shown some promising signs leading into the game, and a goalless draw at Barnet in midweek was, in the words of manager Tommy Widdrington, “as good a structure as I have seen from us as a team since I have been at the club.”

“I hope the confidence gained from the all-round performance on Tuesday night, both in possession and out of possession for a lot of the game, we can carry that on in the future.”

Lynn certainly started well against Maidenhead, with ex-Red Dragon Gold Omotayo scoring his second goal of the season to put them ahead early on. However, things went horribly wrong from that point. Maidenhead pulled level by the break and struck three times in the second period, the 4-1 victory a fair reflection of the balance of play.

The defeat was Widdrington’s 11th game in charge, and there is no doubt that he has overseen an improvement in Kings Lynn. Prior to Saturday’s disappointment they had conceded just one goal in their previous four games, picking up 5 points. He has drafted experience in with the loan signing of Josh Coulson, whose experience has been crucial at the back, and hasn’t been scared to shake things up, leaving previous mainstays Aaron Jones, Michael Clunan and Tyler Denton out of many of his line-ups.

Despite the improvement, their situation is pretty dire. They lie second from bottom, 15 points short of safety with the first of 2 games in hand being this match. Only Dover have scored fewer goals in the division; just Dover and Barnet have conceded more. They have won twice away from home – at Maidenhead and Yeovil – must the most recent of those wins came in early October and it was followed up by a draw against Barnet and then a horrible run of 14 losses in 15 games which, understandably, has been impossible to recover from.

One of those defeats was our memorable 6-2 win at The Walks.



Kings Lynn have only visited The Racecourse once before, and it was a high-scoring affair. In fact, it was the highest-scoring match Wrexham had been involved in since Gateshead inflicted a 7-2 defeat on us in February 2011, our heaviest ever loss at The Racecourse.

The Linnets’ first match in North Wales was the final home match of last season. We still had our fate in our own hands then, as victory in our two remaining matches would guarantee a place in the play-offs. Kings Lynn, however, were about to put up stiff opposition despite their lowly position in the table.

Luke Young got us off to a great start, scoring a 17th minute penalty after Jordan Davies forced a handball, but the visitors struck back swiftly, as Sonny Carey drove home a superb free kick 4 minutes later.

Carey would be outstanding in the first half as Kings Lynn took the game to Wrexham, but it appeared the match had slipped away from them when two goals at the end of the half changed the game. First Davies drove home a typically magnificent free kick, and then Gold Omotayo added a third.

Remarkably, Kings Lynn refused to give up. Substitute Simeon Jackson pulled one back, and although Jordan Ponticelli’s header from a fine Cameron Green cross restored the 2-goal lead, Jackson struck a second goal ten minutes after his first to make the score 4-3.

Wrexham held nervously onto the lead until the 83rd minute when Omotayo grabbed his second goal of the match – a strike which no doubt helped to inspire Kings Lynn to sign him last Summer!

The victory completed the double over The Linnets, as Wrexham had won 2-0 at The Walks in January 2021 thanks to early goals from Jamie Reckord and Adi Yussuf. Yussuf left the pitch in the 61st minute and woudn't be seen in a Wrexham shirt again, as three days later he moved to Chesterfield.


12 - Dan Jarvis.jpg

Dan Jarvis' 50th career appearance.

Advertisement block

Match Reports

Match report: Wrexham 2-0 King's Lynn Town

The Red Dragons make it five wins in a row in all competitions, courtesy of Davies and Mullin

1 March 2022

First-half strikes from Jordan Davies and Paul Mullin were enough to secure another comfortable victory at the Racecourse, as Wrexham ran out 2-0 winners against King's Lynn Town.

The victory means that the Red Dragons have made it five wins from five in all competitions, moving up to third in the Vanarama National League in the process.

It was a routine performance for Wrexham, who were in full control of the fixture from the opening stages, and never looked like relinquishing their lead.

Phil Parkinson named an unchanged 11 from the side that dominated Aldershot Town, with Mullin and Ollie Palmer leading the line for only the third time.

Davies opened the scoring, claiming his 13th goal of the season as he met a perfectly-weighted through ball from Luke Young and calmly placed his shot past the outstretched keeper.

Mullin doubled the Red Dragons' advantage just after the half-hour mark as he found himself unmarked inside the penalty area and he blasted his effort past Jones.

Palmer came close to scoring his sixth for the club as he climbed above the King’s Lynn defence but his header was comfortably saved by Paul Jones.

Ben Tozer came close to making it three just before the break, as he combined with Mullin in the penalty area, but his header landed on the roof of Jones’ net.

Max Cleworth had a chance to put Parkinson’s men further ahead just after the restart as his glanced header narrowly evaded the bottom corner.

Palmer came close again as this time his shot inside the penalty area was somehow tipped onto the crossbar by Jones.

The closest the visitors came in the first half was through Tyler Denton, as his effort momentarily scared Rob Lainton, but it went wide of his goal in the end.

They improved in the second period and came close to pulling a goal back, as Cleworth missed what looked like a routine header, but Malachi Linton failed to capitalise and curled his effort wide.

Ten minutes from time, both Jones and Mullin had two excellent chances to make it 3-0, but the former’s half-volley was saved excellently by Jones, and Mullin’s rebound was lashed into the side-netting.

Wrexham return to National League action next Tuesday at the Racecourse Ground with fourth-placed Boreham Wood the visitors.

Wrexham (5-3-2): Lainton, Hall-Johnson, Hayden, Tozer, Cleworth, McFadzean (Hosannah 76’), J. Jones, Young ©, Davies (McAlinden 34’), Mullin, Palmer 

Subs not used: Dibble, Jarvis, and Ponticelli

Bookings: Palmer 84’

King’s Lynn Town: Jones, Denton (Barrett 78’), Hickman (Linton 67’), Omotayo, Jones, Sundrie, Burrows ©, Scott, Phipps (Fernandez 80’), Hargreaves, Coulson

Subs not used: Bowry and Walker

Advertisement block

Ticket News

TICKET NEWS | King’s Lynn Town tickets on sale to members now

St David’s Day home fixture now on sale

17 February 2022

Tickets for our home match against King’s Lynn Town, on Tuesday March 1, are now on sale to members via our eTicketing website and in store.

The St. David’s Day fixture, at the Racecourse Ground, kicks off at 7.45pm and, as ever, members will have a five-day priority window to secure their seat. Tickets will then go on general sale from Tuesday February 22.

Away supporters will be located in the lower tier of the Wrexham Lager Stand for this game, so blocks Y1-Y3 are also on sale to home supporters for this fixture. Please note, you must be a member to buy a ticket in these sections.

Print-at-home/eTickets are available for this game. To use this option, simply select it at checkout after purchasing your tickets.

Paper tickets are also still available. If you choose the collection option, we ask all supporters to collect as far in advance as possible to help to reduce queuing times.

Tickets are priced as follows:

Macron Stand

Over 80s - £15
Over 65s - £15
Adult 21-65 - £20
Under 21s - £15
Under 18s - £8
Under 11s* - £5

Wrexham Lager Stand

Over 80s - £15
Over 65s - £15
Adult 21-65 - £20
Under 21s - £15
Under 18s - £8
Under 11s* - £5


Over 80s - £13
Over 65s - £13
Adult 21-65 - £16
Under 21s - £13
Under 18s - £7
Under 11s* - £5

Macron Stand Wheelchair

Over 80s - £13
Over 65s - £13
Adult 21-65 - £13
Under 21s - £13
Under 18s - £7
Under 11s* - £5

To buy your ticket, visit our eTicketing website now. Supporters with disabilities looking to purchase tickets for this game should contact the Club’s Disability Liaison Officer, Kerry Evans, at

For all other ticketing enquiries, please contact

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

iFollow Next Match Tickets Account