Wrexham Club Profile
It took us a long time to get to grips with playing Wrexham; Boro’ not beating the Dragons until our fifth attempt. In spite of their best efforts, the Welsh side have so far failed in their bid to get back into the Football League and the wait is getting ever-longer by the season. Not that things aren’t trying to improve that situation. The club now has two Hollywood A-listers at the helm – and it’s arguably a touch of class unseen before in that part of North Wales.
Wrexham: The Facts
Wrexham: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Wrexham: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Wednesday 24 February 2010
Tuesday 20 October 2009
Saturday 29 November 2008
Saturday 09 August 2008
Saturday 11 November 2006
Players For Us... and Them
Wrexham Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Wrexham Travel Information – Distance: 171 miles
You need to travel west and join the M1 northbound – whichever way is best for you. Or you can head north on the A1 and then west on the A14. Join the M6 northbound and continue along the old part of the motorway (through Birmingham) to J10a for the M54.
Again, there’s an alternative and that’s to take the M6 toll to T8. Here, you should follow signs for Wolverhampton and then Featherstone (A460). Just after you pass through the village of Featherstone, there is a large roundabout where you can then join the M54.
Take the M54 until it becomes the A5 and continue west to Shrewsbury. At Shrewsbury, follow signs for the A5 and head north-west for Oswestry, and then north. At Chirk, leave the A5 for the northbound A483. After about 7.5 miles, exit the A438 at the junction with the A541.
Off the slip road, take the fourth exit for the town centre and the ground will appear.
(Thanks to Paul Jones)
There should be plenty of parking available in the Glyndwr University campus car park, which is next to the away end and just before the stadium on the left if coming from the A483.
Services to: BIRMINGHAM NEW STREET (for PETERBOROUGH)
The station is literally on the other side of the bridge from the Racecourse Ground. Just remember – once you go up the station approach, turn right to cross the railway. But you should be able to see the ground from here and know what’s what.