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REPORT | Wrexham 2-0 Bromley

Hall-Johnson and Mullin on target against ten-man Ra

27 November 2021

Reece Hall-Johnson and Paul Mullin both scored as Wrexham made it four wins from five with victory against ten-man Bromley.

Liam Trotter was sent off after just eight minutes for a lunging challenge on Dan Jarvis, and Wrexham controlled the ball well in difficult conditions from there on.

Hall-Johnson gave Wrexham the lead and Mullin sealed victory after the break, before Wrexham twice hit the woodwork and twice had goals disallowed too.

Jordan Davies had already stung Bromley keeper Mark Cousins’ palms on six minutes, with a fierce left-footed effort, before the game’s early key moment.

Two minutes later, Bromley were down to ten men. Jacob Miles had no hesitation in brandishing a straight red card after Trotter lost possession and chopped Jarvis down in his attempt to atone for his error.

With the man advantage, despite the wind being against them, Wrexham controlled possession well – keeping it on the floor and playing positive passing football.

Both teams had to make changes – Jarvis going off injured for Jordan Ponticelli; and Jack Cawley replacing Luke Coulson in an enforced change.

Wrexham supporters thought the hosts were in front on 21 minutes, but Jake Hyde’s flick at the near post actually rustled the side netting.

The celebrations started properly 12 minutes later, however – albeit in fortunate circumstances. Hall-Johnson’s cross took a slight deflection and floated over the goalkeeper, dropping inside the back post to send the Racecourse into raptures.

Davies was unfortunate not to double the advantage on 40 minutes – meeting Luke Young’s perfect cross at the back post but failing to make clean enough contact to steer the ball in.

Jake Hyde then had a great chance five minutes into the second half, but somehow failed to make connection with a diving header at the back post.

The Red Dragons did double the lead on the hour though – Mullin volleying in superbly at the back post from Young’s deep corner.

Wrexham did not sit back either and could have added to the lead on several occasions. Bryce Hosannah was first to go close – curling an effort off the inside of the post on 67 minutes.

On 72 minutes, Jake Hyde finished low from Tyler French’s cross but the offside flag went up and a minute later Jordan Davies’ dipping effort clipped the crossbar.

Mullin was next to see a low finish ruled out for offside on 74 minutes, and Wrexham continue to create attacking possession without managing to add to their tally.

But a dominant performance still merited all three points – taking Wrexham to 13 points from the last five games – to head into Tuesday night’s match against Yeovil Town in good spirits.

Wrexham (5-3-2): Lainton, Hall-Johnson, French, Tozer, Lennon, Hosannah, Young, Davies, Jarvis (Ponticelli 12), Hyde, Mullin

Subs not used: Dibble, Brisley, Green, J.Jones

Bromley (5-3-2): Cousins, Forster, Sowunmi, Webster, Bush, Whitely (Tormey 46), Trotter, Bingham, Coulson (Cawley 13), Cheek, Alabi (Alexander 70)

Subs not used: Partington, Sablier

Referee: Jacob Miles

Attendance: 8,156


Wrexham: none

Bromley: none

Red Cards

Wrexham: none

Bromley: Trotter 8 (Serious Foul Play)

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Key information for anybody attending Saturday’s match

26 November 2021

Wrexham welcome Bromley to the Racecourse Ground, with the Red Dragons protecting an unbeaten home record and looking to build on ten points in the last four games. The match, on Saturday November 27, kicks off at 3pm.

The game is all-ticket and tickets bought online must be collected ahead of the game from the locations detailed below.

Tickets can be bought online from our eTicketing website here.

We advise supporters arrive early to collect their ticket to help our efforts to get all supporters into the stadium before kick-off.

Please also read the important information below, and continue to be patient with staff and volunteers on the day. Thank you for your incredible support so far this season.

For a full list of ground regulations, please see here.

Ticketing and entry

All tickets purchased online for this game are being made available for collection from the Racecourse Ground. No tickets have been posted out, and all supporters who have bought online should report to the following collection points:

  • The Wrexham AFC Club Shop is open from 9am-1.30pm for all Bromley ticket collections.
  • From 1.30pm, the Wrexham AFC Club Shop is only open for collections for the Wrexham Lager Stand.
  • From 1.30pm, Macron Stand ticket holders should collect their tickets from the collection point on the Mold Road side of the stadium.
  • From 1.30pm, WREXRENT Stand ticket holders should collect their tickets from the ticket kiosk next to the RCF Classroom entrance.
  • See the map below for these locations.

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Please note, any in-person ticket collections/sales for Tuesday’s home game against Yeovil Town will be paused in store after 12pm to reduce match-day queues, and will re-open after the game.

To avoid the risk of long queues on match-day, and leading up to kick-off, we ask all supporters to collect their tickets as far in advance as possible.

Gates open for this game at 1.30pm. Please note, there will be no cash turnstiles in operation for this all-ticket game.

Again, we ask all supporters to get to the Racecourse Ground early where possible, to reduce queuing times and ensure any enquiries can be dealt with promptly and well in advance of kick-off time.

Wrexham Lager Stand ticket holders should enter via turnstiles 3-10. Macron Stand ticket holders should use turnstiles 25-30. WREXRENT Stand ticket holders enter via turnstiles 36-42.

Please only sit in your specified seat, and keep hold of your ticket in case any issues arise. Supporters found inside the Racecourse Ground without a valid ticket may be ejected.

Please stay off the playing surface at all times, and abide by the ground regulations.

Supporter conduct

Following a very small, but concerning, number of recent incidents of unacceptable behaviour, we urge all supporters to consider their conduct when watching Wrexham AFC, and how this reflects on your fellow supporters’ safety and match-day experience.

As above, you must not enter the playing surface at any time. Furthermore, anybody found throwing objects or using pyrotechnics will be dealt with as strictly as possible. Pyrotechnics and smoke bombs, in particular, have no place in a football stadium.

Incidents at some of our own recent matches have resulted in the Club being charged and we face financial penalties as a result.

Do not let your Club and your fellow supporters down with your behaviour, and please report any concerns to your nearest steward.

We are aware that this refers only to a very small number of isolated incidents, but we urge all supporters to work together to help us to stamp this out.

Should you encounter any trouble or unacceptable behaviour, you can report this to your nearest steward or, confidentially, by emailing

Away supporters

Away supporters for this game will occupy the bottom tier of the university end of the Wrexham Lager Stand. Entry is via turnstiles 1-2.


Parking is available in the Wrexham Glyndwr University car park, adjacent to the stadium, at a cost of £3 per car. Disabled parking is also available.

Please do not park in the main club car park, and please also be respectful of our neighbours when choosing where to park. Cars must not be parked in permit-only areas around the ground.

Mold Road will be closed from 4.30pm-5.30pm outside the stadium. Please be aware of this when choosing where to park and when leaving the stadium.

We know all supporters are proud of our place in the community, and we ask everybody to respect that when parking their cars so as to avoid disruption to our neighbours.

Please also be mindful of our neighbours when leaving the Racecourse Ground, and take care when walking to and from the stadium.

Travel information

By car: The Racecourse Ground is located on Mold Road. The postcode is LL11 2AH. By car, take the A483 from Chester or Oswestry to Wrexham. Exit at the ‘Mold’ junction and then follow signs for ‘Town Centre’ and the Racecourse Ground will come quickly into view.

Please note, due to resurfacing work on the A483, you should expect delays on the road.

Mold Road will be closed after the game, between 4.30pm and 5.30pm.

By train: The nearest train station is Wrexham General, which is located next to the ground. Please note, under Welsh Government guidelines you must wear a facemask when travelling on Transport for Wales services.

By bus: Wrexham bus station is located in the centre of town. From the bus station, head towards the prominent multi-storey car park and turn right along Mold Road. The ground will be located on the right-hand side, just after you cross the bridge over the railway tracks, about half a mile along this road.


Guests in the 1864 Partners Lounge should enter the Racecourse Ground via the Mold Road reception, where you will be signed in and given a wristband.

Supporters in the Executive Room and Bamford Suite should enter via the Bamford Suite entrance next to the Centenary Club entrance, where you will be signed in and given a wristband. Entry opens at 12pm.

Please contact should you have any further questions regarding hospitality.

Centenary Club

The Centenary Club entrance opens at 12pm, and all supporters wishing to use the ticket-only bar will be scanned in, and given a wristband.

Please keep your wristband safe, as this will allow you to re-enter the Centenary Club at half-time and full-time.

Drinks and street food will be available to buy. Street food can be bought from the kitchen serving hatch, where card payments will be available, and supporters can also place half-time and full-time drinks orders before exiting to their seats.

To gain access to seats, supporters will need to have their full Wrexham AFC season tickets scanned in at the rear door.


Refreshment kiosks will be open for this game in all three stands, serving a range of hot and cold drinks, alcoholic drinks, hot food and confectionary.

We ask all supporters to use card payments where possible.

Match-day programmes

Printed match-day programmes will be available to buy from our sellers around the ground, at a cost of £3 each. Programme sellers will be situated within the concourse of the Macron Stand and WREXRENT Stand, as well as on the club car park outside the Wrexham Lager Stand.

Programmes will also be available to buy in store and from the ticket collection points. They will also be available online from the club shop at for delivery only, from Monday November 29.

An audio programme will also be available via WrexhamPlayer on the club website. WrexhamPlayer subscribers can not only access exclusive content such as the audio programme, but also listen to live commentary of Saturday’s game.

Bucket collections

Saturday’s bucket collection will be for Wrexham Rural Community First Responders.

Don’t forget your spare change if you would like to donate.


Please only bring necessary personal items with you, and only one small bag if essential. You can see a full list of prohibited items in our Ground Regulations.

Disabled supporters

Our accessible viewing platforms in the Macron Stand and WREXRENT Stand will be open for this game. Supporters who have been contacted to use the Macron Stand platform, should enter via the Mold Road reception and use the lift.

Supporters who have been contacted to use the WREXRENT Stand accessible viewing platform should enter via gate 12, where Disability Liaison Officer Kerry Evans will meet you and take you across.

Wheelchair supporters should enter via gate 12, to the left of the turnstiles on Mold Road, for the level entrance into the stadium. Kerry Evans, will be at the entrance to welcome supporters and answer any queries you may have.

We ask that all wheelchair users stick to their allocated spaces, due to the high demand for places this season. Ticket-holders in the Autism Friendly section should also use gate 12 – our designated quiet entrance. The refurbished sensory room will be open for this game. Please note, we have fitted a radar lock to the sensory room – if you require entry, please see the friendly-face stewards or DLO Kerry Evans.

Our autism-friendly section is PG1 – a designated quiet area, with more space for supporters.

All of our accessible toilets at the Racecourse Ground have radar locks on – please ensure you bring your radar key, if you have one, to access these toilets. If you do not have a radar key, you can ask a steward or Kerry Evans.

Our audio-descriptive commentary service will also be available for this game. Receivers can be picked up from reception in the Macron Stand, but supporters must bring their own headphones. Your commentators for the game will be Alan Fox and Alex Carter.

COVID-19 guidelines

At present, you do not need a COVID-19 Pass to enter matches at the Racecourse Ground, however we urge all supporters to continue to remain vigilant and respectful of your fellow fans regarding the decisions you make on match-day.

Masks are required in indoor areas unless you are exempt. Masks are optional in outdoor areas, and we ask all supporters to respect the decisions made by their fellow fans.

Where possible, when moving around the stadium, we ask supporters to be mindful of social distancing and to try to maintain it wherever they can.

Please also maintain good hand hygiene, use hand sanitisers where provided and avoid touching your face, handles or railings wherever possible.

You are responsible for deciding whether or not you should attend any match and, prior to attending each match, carry out a personal risk assessment based on your own age, health and susceptibility to infection and clinical vulnerability and of those in your household or support bubble (based on government guidelines).

You must not attend this game if you have been asked to self-isolate, and you should not attend if you or anyone in your household has developed any COVID-19 symptoms.

Please avoid unnecessary movement away from your seat, and wherever possible wait until gangways are clear to avoid queuing and crowded concourses as much as you can.

Other frequently asked questions

What time does the Club Shop open?

9am-6pm, but closed during the match.

What time is the ticket office open?

The ticket office will be open for ticket collections until 2.45pm. There will be no collections after this time. All ticketing enquiries should go through the ticket office. Please see the notes above about collections from the WREXRENT Stand and Macron Stand, and for collections for Tuesday’s match against Yeovil Town

What time will the turnstiles be open?

The turnstiles in all areas will be open at 1.30pm for this game. Please make every effort to arrive early in order to ensure all supporters get in before kick-off.

Where do I enter the ground?

Please enter the stadium via the entrance marked on your ticket and see above for entry points too. Turnstiles for the Wrexham Lager Stand are located via the main club car park, where the club shop is situated. Turnstiles for the Macron Stand are accessible from the street. Turnstiles for the WREXRENT Stand are located on the path between the stand and the Glyndwr University car park.

Can I pay using cash or card?

Both card and cash are accepted at the Racecourse Ground, however we are urging all supporters to use card payments where possible.

What if I have questions or need extra assistance?

If you have any questions or need extra assistance, please don’t hesitate to speak to a steward or any member of staff. They will be happy to help. Our full ground regulations can be viewed on the club website.

Can’t make the game?

If you can’t join us at the Racecourse Ground for Saturday’s match, you can follow along wherever you are through the club website.

Live audio commentary will be hosted on WrexhamPlayer, for free – please register to access commentary.

A live text feed will also be available on the Live Match Centre, as well as updates on our social channels.

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