With our official memberships for the 2022/23 campaign available to purchase, we reached out to supporters to hear their stories and why they chose to become a member for the upcoming season.
Four different packages are now available, with an Adult and Junior Dragons offer for UK-based supporters and Adult International and Junior Dragons International offering bringing fans across the world closer to the Club.
Each membership package offers unique and increased benefits for supporters, ranging from regular competitions - including money can’t buy experiences - to home ticket priority.
We spoke to Wrexham fan and host of the Rob Ryan Red Podcast, Nathan Salt, to discuss why he decided to take up membership for the new season.
Q1. What are your earliest memories of supporting Wrexham?
My memory is always one to let me down but the first season I can really recall in detail is the 2004/05 season. Soon after the LDV Vans Final win over Southend we had a trip away to Edgeley Park to play Stockport and I was mascot for the day. I remember awkwardly shuffling around asking Big Dennis Lawrence for his autograph and we went on to win 4-1 that day with Juan Ugarte bagging a hat-trick. That was in League One and the hope is it's not too long for younger fans to see us back up there.
Q2. What was it that made you become a member for the 2022/23 campaign?
Interest in the Club has sky-rocketed, for obvious reasons, but I just wanted to make sure I was eligible for any ticketing priority where members are rewarded for their loyalty. I do more away games than home across the season due to where I live now but it's a no-brainer for me to be one of the thousands of members the Club have. Crowds have always been good, even when we were seemingly in a relegation fight not too long ago, but what we see now is jaw-droppingly good.
Q3. As a fan podcaster, how has the increased support in the Club helped you?
The podcast has been brilliant and the response speaks to how keen fans are for more and more content around the Club. Fans old and new are sending in questions and the conversation around the Club, whether it be live chat-shows on Twitter after games, or new guests on podcasts, the conversation has rarely been so vibrant around the place.
Q4. How much are you looking forward to the new season?
I've firmly got the disappointment of Grimsby out of my system now and we simply go again. We finished second and got to a cup final - and went into the last game at Dagenham with the potential to win the league. I add in that we looked to have two faces to our squad - the first half through to January and then January onwards. A full season with this group, plus a few additions in key areas to add depth and we'll be the favourites to win it all.
Q5. What does Wrexham mean to you?
Everything. I love the community feel around the Club, even now with all the razzmatazz around it. When the Club does well, the town - the city! - does well too and I couldn't be prouder telling people that's my team and my community when I am in various places across the world. We don't seem to need too much introduction these days thanks to a certain two people...
Q6. What are your hopes for the new season?
It has to be promotion this season. We were behind Stockport in terms of our project with a new management team, new players, chairmen's first season and a lot of upheaval off the pitch but this season it will be about results. Given this will be our 15th season at this level I'll leave room for the team to out-perform my prediction and say another second-placed finish is on the cards with promotion through the Play-Offs. This league is never going to be a walk in the park!