Every Wrexham Red Dragons match at The Soccer Tournament will be available to watch LIVE on WrexhamPlayer, free of charge to registered subscribers.
David Jones will lead a team of current, former and guest players in Cary, North Carolina, in the winner-takes-all, $1-million 7-a-side tournament, which takes place from June 1-4.
And you can watch every second of Wrexham Red Dragons’ action, as the likes of Andy Morrell, Lee Trundle, Mark Howard and George Boyd compete at the WakeMed Soccer Park.
The WrexhamPlayer streams will be available for all supporters outside of the USA – with Stateside supporters able to tune in to watch live with Peacock instead.
Please note – due to local rights agreements, the match against Como 1907 will also not be available to supporters from Italy, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore.
WrexhamPlayer – The new home of live Wrexham AFC content
Following promotion to the EFL, WrexhamPlayer will be the new home of live Wrexham AFC content as we join the iFollow network.
A range of subscriptions will be available for the new season, including video season passes for non-UK supporters to allow you to watch every match of our first season back in the EFL live.
Supporters can also buy a video monthly pass, and match passes – with subscriptions also giving supporters access to exclusive video content online.
Furthermore, iFollow subscriptions will also be available for supporters wishing to tune in to audio commentary from our world famous WrexhamPlayer commentaries. Again, season, monthly and match passes will be available.
WrexhamPlayer will feature both free and premium content for supporters. All passes will be live to buy via our website in due course – stay tuned for further details.
Watch The Soccer Tournament live on WrexhamPlayer
For now, however, we’re urging all supporters to register with WrexhamPlayer – with all registered users able to watch the action unfold in Cary from June 1-4.
Wrexham Red Dragons have been placed in Group E for The Soccer Tournament, and start with a match against Como 1907 – including former FIFA World Cup winner Cesc Fabregas – on June 1, at 6.30pm UK time. You can see the fixtures here.
The second match sees Wrexham Red Dragons take on a US Women team, with the game kicking off at 1am UK time (June 2).
The final group game pits Wrexham Red Dragons against Say Word FC, with the match on June 2 set to kick-off at 5pm.
The top two teams in each group will then progress to the knock-out stages, with potentially a further four games if Wrexham are to on and seal the inaugural TST title.
How to register for a free account on WrexhamPlayer
1 – To check if you have already registered on WrexhamPlayer, visit this page or click Login/Register on the right of the top menu bar on the homepage of the website. If you are already logged in, your name will be displayed instead.
2 – From this page, you can Sign in or Register now. If you have forgotten your password, please use the Forgot your password? option. Do not try to make a new account.
3 – Select Register now if you do not already have a WrexhamPlayer account. You can go directly to this page by following this link. It can also be found by hovering over WrexhamPlayer on the menu bar above, and selecting ‘Subscribe’ from the dropdown menu.
4 – Select Register Now again, under Basic pass. A Basic pass is free, and as well as creating a free WrexhamPlayer account, gives you access to all of our WrexhamPlayer videos as well as free live audio commentary from every game.
5 – Fill in the form with all of your details, including all of the marked mandatory fields, and select Create Account. Please note, you must be 18 or older to sign up for a WrexhamPlayer account.
6 – Once you have selected Create Account, you will be returned to the subscribe page. To check you have signed up correctly, make sure your name is now appearing in place of the Login/Register option on the top menu bar.
7 – If you have any queries, please email email@example.com
8 - Please note that you cannot use the same email address to register with two teams' iFollow sites. If you are registered with another team, you must use a unique email address to register with WrexhamPlayer.