Wrexham AFC will conclude the summer’s US Tour with a match at Subaru Park against Philadelphia Union II on Friday July 28, it has today been confirmed.
The Red Dragons’ fourth and final game of the tour sees the National League champions take on the MLS’ side’s next generation of stars.
Kicking off at 7.30pm (ET), the match at Subaru Park takes Wrexham to co-chairman Rob McElhenney’s home city for the first time.
Manager Phil Parkinson said: “We're looking forward to our tour to America in the summer.
“The Club has had a small taste of the support we have over there, and it will be great to take our first-team players over to see that support first-hand.
“The matches scheduled will be a good warm-up for our first season back in the EFL, and we’re looking forward to visiting Philadelphia, the home of our co-chairman, Rob McElhenney, for what promises to be a competitive game and a terrific ending to our summer tour.”
President of the Philadelphia Union, Tim McDermott, added: “We’re thrilled to welcome Wrexham AFC to Subaru Park.
“They have successfully captured a worldwide audience with their National League title and subsequent promotion to EFL League Two.
“We look forward to an exciting match and the opportunity it brings for Philadelphia Union II to showcase their talent. It will be such a great experience for fans to witness the clash between these two clubs and see the skills on display.”
To secure your tickets, fans are encouraged to sign up for the Union’s priority list which will give non-Philadelphia Union season ticket members the first chance to get tickets for the friendly.
To sign up, please click here: https://www.philadelphiaunion.com/form/wrexham-priority-interest-form