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Sporting Lunch

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We are pleased to be able to offer fans the chance to join us at the WST Sporting Lunch with Phil Bennett OBE.
Phil will be supported by award winning comedian Gary Marshall.

This event will take place on March 29th from 12pm to 5pm at The Ramada Hotel, Wrexham. Free parking is available at the hotel and the ticket price includes a quality 3 course meal. (Special diets can be catered for with notice)
There will also be an auction for some amazing items including short breaks, football memorabilia and special events.

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This will be a well run event with a compere to ensure things run smoothly.
Don't miss this great opportunity.

Dress code: suit and tie.


Wrexham AFC Player of the Season Dinner 2019

The Wrexham AFC Player of the Season Dinner is taking place this year on Sunday 28th April at 12.30 for 1pm at The Centenary Club, The Racecourse.

Our after dinner speaker is non other than the former Welsh international goalkeeper and Everton legend Neville Southall; whilst entertainment is also provided by the very talented Liverpudlian comedian Jamie Sutherland.

Bryan Hughes and all the full team squad will be present, and the Player of the Season awards will be presented by all our supporters groups following the entertainment.

The cost is £35 per person and these can be bought from the club shop or on line  HERE  price includes a three course meal with a vegan or vegetarian option.

We hope that supporters will make the effort to support this event, as the team have worked extremely hard to reach the position we currently find ourselves. With the season not yet over, lets hope we are celebrating promotion with the team on this Sunday!

Places are limited, so please book early.


Junior and Youth Dragons Day: Wrexham v Maidstone

NewJDwebNewYDwebOur home game vs Maidstone United (Saturday, 16th March, kick off 3.00pm) will be our annual ‘Junior and Youth Dragon Day’.

For this match, Junior and Youth Dragon members can claim a free ticket for all areas of the stadium if purchased with an accompanying adult ticket.

This special ticket deal is available to purchase at the club shop in person or by phoning them on 01978 891864 between 10am - 5pm on weekdays. Please ensure that have your child’s membership card with you as membership numbers will be required.

As attendances at recent games have been so high, we would strongly recommend purchasing your tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.


Directors for the Day - Chesterfield

wst memberOur Directors for the Day at the Chesterfield match on Saturday were Francesca Merola and Wendy Evans and were hosted by WST Board member Bryan Still and his wife Sharon.

Our guests had the following to say;

Wendy ....
My dad ‘jack’ has been a supporter since the 60’s so-its always been in the house but, my first game was in 1985, and we went home and away until my children were born in 1995, due to this i didnt attend many games until my nephew Cameron started to show an interest and the passion stirred back for me
I am now a season ticket holder and I love following Wrexham with my family. I am a member of Mold and district reds and love the passion we all have

Started supporting Wrexham at 1 year old back in 1984. Season ticket holder for many years. I’m Chair of Mold and District Reds for the last few years. My brother Tony used to play for Wrexham. I go to the game with my Dad and my brother. My fav player is Manny Smith. Wendy’s fab player is Paul Rutherford


Junior Dragons Enjoy Bowling Bash

group shotJunior and Youth Dragon members enjoyed a half term Bowling Bash alongside members of the first team squad at Tenpin, Eagles Meadow.

Nearly 50 members attended this year's event alongside first team players Leo Smith, Nicky Deverdics and Akil Wright.

With a trophy to be won for both the highest scoring Junior and Youth Dragon player, there was a competitive edge to the bowling. Congratulations to Aled Jones, aged 10, for claiming the Junior Dragon trophy and to Lydia Horner, aged 12, for winning the Youth Dragon trophy. The players were no less competitive but were playing purely for personal pride, we’ll leave it to them to reveal who won that battle!

Our thanks go to all of our members for attending, to Tenpin for being fantastic hosts and to the players who kindly gave up their day off to support the event.

Remember to follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/juniordragonswrexham and Twitter at www.twitter.com/juniordragons1 for more photos from this event and for news of forthcoming events.


Grassroots Youth Football Day Review

Wrexham AFC’s inaugural ‘Grassroots Youth Football Day’ at last Saturday’s home game against Dagenham and Redbridge was a huge success and we were delighted to welcome over 1,300 children and adults associated with over fifty different local youth football clubs to the Racecourse.

Attending teams had purchased discounted tickets in the lower paddocks of the Glyndwr University Stand and BKoncepts Stand and in a block of the Hays Travel Stand. They were treated to a 1-0 victory that saw the Dragons climb to 3rd place in the league in Bryan Hughes’s first game as manager.

The teams were led out by Brymbo Lodge Under 11’s, who had won our competition to be mascots for the game.

The event was organised by WST Governing Body Director, Robert Stock, and following the event he said ‘It was a pleasure to see so many children enjoying the chance to experience the excitement of watching a game at the Racecourse, which for many was their first ever visit to the stadium. I would like to thank the many group leaders that took the time to arrange their team’s attendance, to Matt Jones and Dan Sear in the club shop for their hard work in selling match tickets and to Ceris Walker and Ffion Walker for doing a superb job looking after our match day mascots.’

Officials from the Wrexham and Flintshire youth football leagues also joined us in the boardroom as special guests on the day. Maureen Jones, Secretary of the Queensferry Sports Flintshire Junior and Youth Football League, contacted us after the game and said ‘Thank you for your hospitality and for the hard work you put into organising this event. Every club had a brilliant day out and would like to express their appreciation to Wrexham Football Club for allowing them this opportunity. They also said it was good to make friends with players from the Wrexham League.’

Everyone at Wrexham AFC would like to thank all the attending teams for their support of the event and we hope to see them back at the Racecourse soon.


Statement from WST Independent Secretary

I am the independent secretary of Wrexham Supporters Trust. I am not a club director or trust board member. My role is to advise the Trust and ensure it acts legally and within the Rules. My role provides an insight into many aspects of trust and club business. I do not speak for either.

I make this statement now because I am very concerned about the level of abuse directed at certain individual directors especially on social media. Members should question and challenge decisions by their elected representatives - they have delegated power and responsibility to them. It’s one of the many advantages of supporter ownership. Although board members cannot always reveal the sensitive information behind some of those decisions or provide all of the detail about why events occurred. Sometimes for legal reasons.

Importantly, decisions by the club board are made by all directors. They share collective responsibility as do the trust board for their decisions. There will be an opportunity for members to question the board(s) about recent events. To single out individual directors is unfair and illogical and when it’s abusive is completely unacceptable. I’m sure the vast majority of fair minded Wrexham fans would agree with that.

And so I would reassure members that decisions made by the boards are made in good faith with the best interests of the Club in mind.  People may disagree with them but please refrain from abusing individual volunteers. Instead use the procedures that exist to question your board members starting with tonight’s members meeting.

Thank you.

Alan Fox


Meet The Manager

bhughesWrexham Supporters Trust are pleased to announce a ‘Meet The Manager’ evening with our new Football Club manager Bryan Hughes at the Centenary Club tomorrow evening (Thursday) at 7.45pm


This a WST \Club Members meeting only, so please bring your membership card along with you, or proof of Membership if you don't have a card for any reason.


There will also be an opportunity to ask the Board questions in relation to the departure of Graham Barrow, and the circumstances around it. We hope many fans will be there to give ‘Yosser’ a warm welcome, and show him your support.


Sold Out - Grassroots Youth Football Day

grassroots day postersoldoutWe are delighted to announce that all tickets for our Grassroots Youth Football Day offer have now sold out. Over 1,300 children and adults associated with local youth football clubs have snapped up discounted tickets for the Dagenham and Redbridge game on Saturday, 9th February.

Attending teams will be located across three adjacent areas of the stadium; the lower section of the GUS, the Mold end Paddock of the BKoncepts Stand and block PG8 of the Hays Travel Stand.

It will be an especially memorable day for members of Brymbo Lodge Under 11’s, who have won our free competition to be special mascots for the game. Wearing their club colours, they will enjoy a pre-match look behind the scenes at the Racecourse before leading the teams out onto the pitch.

We would now like to invite attending teams that would like to be in with a chance of being included in a special feature in the match programme to email a team photo to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . All attending teams will automatically be listed in the programme and a selection of team photos received by Monday, 4th February will also be used.

Robert Stock, WST Governing Body director, has organised the event and explained “The response we have had to this event has been abolutely incredible and it will be fantastic to see so many children from local youth football clubs attending the game. I’m sure the event will prove a memorable day out for all attending teams and hope it helps to create a fantastic matchday atmosphere. My thanks go out to all attending teams for supporting the event and I hope you enjoy your afternoon at the Racecourse.”

Standard match tickets remain on sale for this game and full information can be found here https://www.wrexhamafc.co.uk/news/match-tickets-wrexham-v-dagenham-redbridge

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