Cymru return to North Wales, to play at the world’s oldest international football stadium for the first time since 2019, when they host Gibraltar at the STōK Cae Ras for an International Challenge Match tonight.
The match is all-ticket and SOLD OUT, and kicks off at 7.45pm. If you’re attending the game tonight, please see the key information for ticket holders below.
It’s advised that all supporters arrive early on a matchday and follow the advice below.
TICKETS AND ENTRY
Tickets for the fixture are SOLD OUT. Supporters should note the unauthorised resale of tickets is a criminal offence and the FAW will take measures against those who are found to have bought tickets and sold on. Those who have purchased tickets on the secondary market will be refused entry. A full set of ticket terms and conditions can be found at faw.cymru/tickets.
You need to download and use the Cymru Tickets app to enter the STōK Cae Ras tonight. The FAW have introduced the app to improve the matchday experience for fans and also to make matches more sustainable and you can find out more information, including how to use the app, here.
Gates open for tonight’s game at 6.15pm and supporters are encouraged to arrive as early as possible for pre-match entertainment and to watch the warm-ups.
Supporters sitting in the Wrexham Lager Stand (Blocks Y1-Y9, and LY1-LY8) should enter via turnstiles 1-10, accessible from the main club car park. Supporters in blocks LY1-LY3 and Y1-Y3 should enter via turnstiles 1-4, located on the far side of the car park, on the right hand side of the Club Shop and Players Entrance.
Supporters in blocks LY4-LY5 and Y4-Y6, should enter via turnstiles 5-6, located to the left of the Club Shop. Ticket-holders for blocks LY6-LY8 and Y7-Y9 should enter via turnstiles 7-10 behind the university accommodation to reduce queues at turnstiles 5-6.
Macron Stand ticket holders (blocks PG1-PG8) should use turnstiles 25-30, on the Mold Road. These are located on the opposite side of the stand to the Turf pub.
Ticket holders in the STōK Cold Brew Coffee Stand (Blocks U1-U7 and L1-L6) should enter via turnstiles 36-42, which are accessible from the Mold Road on the path between the stand and the Wrexham University campus.
Please note, at the stewards’ discretion, you may be asked to enter via an alternative turnstile in order to manage queues. Please remove all face coverings when entering the ground, both outside and through the turnstiles. Supporters under 14 should not enter the STōK Cae Ras unsupervised.
There is no safe use of pyrotechnics in spectator areas at football events with their use having many health risks and dangers such as loss of sight, limb or digit removal due to their explosive power.
Being in possession of a pyrotechnic device at a football match or attempting to bring such a device into a football stadium, is a criminal offence under the Sporting Events Act 1985. Any person committing such an offence faces an FA Wales ban, probable arrest and a minimum 3-year Football Banning Order.
Additionally, should persons be identified using pyrotechnics in places of public assembly away from and en route to the stadium, they can be issued with section 34 notices and be instructed to leave the area with details passed to the FAW, the STōK Cae Ras and the authorities. This may result in entry to the stadium being denied.
Report It – Say No To Discrimination
The Football Association of Wales welcomes everyone and we constantly strive to ensure that at our matches there is a welcoming, family-friendly atmosphere where all fans can come to enjoy watching football in a safe, secure and welcoming environment and feel that they belong as part of the Red Wall.
While promoting inclusion and diversity within the stadium, we applaud and encourage passionate support. However, we do not tolerate discrimination, abuse, foul and abusive language or anti-social and threatening behaviour.
If supporters experience any form of anti-social behaviour, abuse or discrimination inside the stadium please help us to eliminate it by reporting any discrimination or abuse to your nearest steward. You can also report at www.faw.cymru/Report-IT or by emailing ReportIT@faw.Cymru Please provide as much detail of any offence as possible. This may include specific seat details if applicable, descriptions of persons involved, and exact words and phrases wherever possible.
The SToK Cae Ras does not have a dedicated area for the display of flags and therefore is extremely limited. Small display flags may be permitted at the discretion of the Safety Officer depending upon available space, but at no time have a discriminatory, commercial, political, contentious or obscene message on it. These flags will not be permitted, and we have no holding room for flags to be contained and returned.
A list of car parks can be found on the Wrexham Council website, here.
Please Park with consideration to our neighbours in the areas surrounding the Stōk Cae Ras, do not block driveways and be mindful of any restrictions in place.
As a result of the game, Mold Road will be closed 15 minutes before the end of the match and restrictions will last for an hour. Please ensure to take care when leaving the stadium.
By car: The STōK Cae Ras is located on Mold Road. The postcode is LL11 2AH. By car, take the A483 from Chester or Oswestry to Wrexham. Exit at the ‘Mold’ junction and then follow signs for ‘Town Centre’ and the STōK Cae Ras will come quickly into view.
By train: Wrexham General Train Station is located just next to the STōK Cae Ras. Upon exiting the station, turn right and cross the bridge and the stadium will be in front of you. Please plan your journey in advance. Please note, the last train from Wrexham General to Cardiff Central is scheduled to depart Wrexham at 22:08, arriving into Cardiff at 01:23.
By bus: Wrexham bus station is located in the centre of town. From the bus station, head towards the prominent multi-storey car park and turn right along Mold Road. The ground will be located on the right-hand side, just after you cross the bridge over the railway tracks, about half a mile along this road.
AUDIO DESCRIPTION COMMENTARY SERVICE
The FAW are to launch an audio description commentary service at the Stōk Cae Ras for the upcoming Cymru International match.
The free to use service for blind and vision impaired spectators will be provided by Alan March Sport Ltd and will be available to fans with trained audio describers keeping up with play to the second to ensure listeners know exactly where the ball is and what is happening on the pitch.
To register your interest and book a receiver for the forth coming matches, email PAWB@faw.co.uk
You will need to provide your name, phone number and ticket information (Stand, block, row and seat) and your receiver will be delivered by a steward prior to kick off.
It will be possible to request a receiver on the day by speaking to a steward at the stadium. Please note receivers are subject to availability. We advise users to bring their own headphones to ensure both comfort and hygiene.
The Wrexham AFC Club Shop will be open all day until 7.45pm, with a range of Wrexham merchandise on sale for supporters looking for souvenirs from the match in North Wales. The Ticket Office will also have windows in operation for any ticketing enquiries.
Inside the ground, kiosks will be open serving a range of hot and cold food and drinks, and alcoholic beverages.
Entertainment at the stadium commences from the time that the gates open at 6:15pm and there is plenty on offer to get you ready for kick off. Check out the information below.
Fans are urged to make every attempt to be in their seats by 7:00pm to show the Cymru squad support when they come out onto the pitch for their pre-match warm-up.
Make sure that you’re in your seat for Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau as the fans will sing it unaccompanied and it really shouldn’t be missed as The Red Wall create a wall of sound.