Wrexham AFC are delighted to confirm that, following today’s Welsh Government update, we will be welcoming supporters back to the Racecourse Ground for our Vanarama National League fixture against Grimsby Town on Tuesday January 25.
Today’s announcement confirms that outdoor sports events in Wales, which have been held behind closed doors since Sunday December 26, will be back open to full capacity from next Friday (January 21).
As a result, supporters will be allowed back into the Racecourse Ground for our next home league game, against the Mariners, which kicks off at 7.45pm on January 25, and tickets are on sale to members from 3pm.
Members will have an exclusive priority window, and can buy tickets from our eticketing website here, or in store. Tickets will then go on general sale from Tuesday January 18.
Tickets for the Maidenhead match are also on sale to members from 3pm, with a five-day priority window. Tickets for the game will then be on general sale from Thursday January 20.
Please note for this game e-tickets/print at home will be available. Please keep an eye on our website for further information.
Tomorrow’s home game against Folkestone Invicta will still be played behind closed doors. The Buildbase FA Trophy fourth round tie, which kicks off at the Racecourse Ground at 5.30pm, will be live streamed as a result and you can buy your match pass here.
The Welsh Government announcement also confirmed that, from today (Friday January 14), community clubs will be able to welcome up to 500 spectators for fixtures.
As a result, Sunday’s Wrexham AFC Women match against Bethel Ladies at Brymbo Sports & Social Club will be open to spectators.
Steve Dale’s Red Dragons go into the key clash in third place, unbeaten in five consecutive league games, while Bethel are just one place behind with games in hand. Bethel are one of just two teams to have beaten Wrexham in the league this season.
The match kicks off at 2pm, and will be free to attend.