Wrexham AFC have been contacted by the police to remind supporters not to attend any of our games at present – home or away. All fixtures are behind closed doors and will remain so for the immediate future, until Government regulations are relaxed.
The current situation is out of the hands of both the Football Club and the FAW, as we adapt to and deal with the restrictions imposed on so many facets of public and private life by the respective devolved Governments.
Furthermore, anyone living in the regions of Wales currently subject to local lockdown regulations could be breaking Welsh Government restrictions over essential travel (depending on their home address), and further action could be taken on that account.
This, in turn, could lead to further court proceedings and open the fans up to banning orders, which would apply even when spectators are able to safely return to matches.
We are pleased that the overwhelming majority of Wrexham supporters have co-operated with the wider restrictions placed on all of us during the pandemic. The last thing any of us want is for supporters to end up on the wrong end of a fine or even a court appearance.
Where possible, the club will continue to strive to bring you every kick of the season, through our live streaming service and the radio commentary – as well as, of course, welcoming BT Sport to the Racecourse for our next home game.
Work is continuing towards the day supporters are allowed back in to watch our matches but, in the meantime, if you know of anyone who might be tempted to try and gain access to one of our games, please try and warn them of the potential consequences of their actions.
Thank you to all Wrexham AFC supporters for your continued co-operation. We look forward to welcoming everybody back to the Racecourse once the regulations allow us to.