Wrexham fans have turned up in their numbers this morning as they eagerly anticipate the return of supporters for the 2021/22 campaign.
In a new era for the club under the ownership of Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds and the managment of Phil Parkinson, keen Reds have been lining up around the block to get their hands on season tickets for the upcoming campaign.
Some fans began waiting from 9am in order to secure their seat at the oldest international stadium in the world including father and son Dave and Stephen Parry from Johnstown who waited three hours in the morning sun to grab theirs.
"It's been a long wait whilst not being able to get into the ground so I'm just looking forward to getting back in now and getting my seat sorted!" said Stephen, 26.
"I'll be in the WREXRENT Stand, pretty central behind the goal to see Paul Mullin get some strikes in for 'em!
"It's exciting times, the club has the best foundation we've had in a long time and I'm really looking forward to being a part of it".
Dad Dave, 60, is as excited as he's ever been to finally get back watching the Dragons.
"It's the most excited I've been going into a season since I started watching them 50 years ago, I'm really up for it!
"There wasn't the same expectation before but this year really feels like we've got a good chance of finally getting out the division".
Patient fans were treated to a visit from some of the players once they'd returned from training this morning including Dan Jarvis, who had a lengthy chat with those waiting in line. Whilst the players and staff also gave a large pack of water for those waiting for hours since the beginning of the morning as a token of their appreciation.
Season tickets are currently on sale to previous holders until August 3rd before going on general sale, and are available both in the Centenary Club or online by clicking here.