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Wrexham
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Full name Wrexham Association Football Club
Nickname(s) The Red Dragons, The Robins, The Town
Founded 1864
Ground Racecourse Ground
(Capacity: 10,771)
Owner Flag of Canada Ryan Reynolds
Flag of United States Rob McElhenney
Manager Flag of England Phil Parkinson
Current League National League 
2021–22 National League, 2nd
Website Club home page
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Wrexham Association Football Club (Clwb Pêl-droed Wrecsam) is a professional association football club based in Wrexham, Wales. Formed in 1864, they are the oldest club in Wales and the third oldest professional football team in the world. Since August 2011 Wrexham have been a supporter-owned football club. As of May 2015, the club has 4,129 adult members and joint owners.

The club compete in the National League, the fifth tier of English football – the lowest level of competition that they have played in, since they were first elected to the football league in 1921- following their relegation from Football League Two at the end of the 2007–08 season, after 87 years of consecutive membership of The Football League. Wrexham are perhaps most notable for an FA Cup upset over reigning English Champions Arsenal in 1992 and a 1–0 victory over FC Porto in 1984 in the European Cup Winners' Cup. Wrexham were eligible for the Cup Winners' Cup due to winning the Welsh Cup, their first European tie was against FC Zürich of Switzerland in 1972 and their final European fixture was played in Romania against Petrolul Ploiești in 1995.

Wrexham's honours include winning the Third Division title in 1977-78, the Welsh Cup a record 23 times, the Football League Trophy in 2005 at the Millennium Stadium and the FA Trophy in 2013 at Wembley Stadium. Wrexham are also record winners of the short-lived FAW Premier Cup, winning it five times out of the 11 years of its tenure, participating against fellow Welsh clubs such as; Cardiff City, Swansea City and Newport County.

Wrexham's home stadium, the Racecourse Ground, is the world's oldest international stadium that still continues to host international games. The record attendance at the ground was set in 1957, when Wrexham hosted a match against Manchester United in front of 36,445 spectators.

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Wrexham A.F.C. squad - 2022–23
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Wrexham A.F.C. seasons

2016-17 · 2017-18 · 2018-19 · 2019-20 · 2020-21 · 2021-22 · 2022-23 ·

FA Trophy winners

1970: Macclesfield Town • 1971: Telford United • 1972: Stafford Rangers • 1973: Scarborough • 1974: Morecambe • 1975: Matlock Town • 1976: Scarborough • 1977: Scarborough • 1978: Altrincham • 1979: Stafford Rangers • 1980: Dagenham • 1981: Bishop's Stortford • 1982: Enfield • 1983: Telford United • 1984: Northwich Victoria • 1985: Wealdstone • 1986: Altrincham • 1987: Kidderminster Harriers • 1988: Enfield • 1989: Telford United • 1990: Barrow • 1991: Wycombe Wanderers • 1992: Colchester United • 1993: Wycombe Wanderers • 1994: Woking • 1995: Woking • 1996: Macclesfield Town • 1997: Woking • 1998: Cheltenham Town • 1999: Kingstonian • 2000: Kingstonian • 2001: Canvey Island • 2002: Yeovil Town • 2003: Burscough • 2004: Hednesford Town • 2005: Grays Athletic • 2006: Grays Athletic • 2007: Stevenage • 2008: Ebbsfleet United • 2009: Stevenage • 2010: Barrow • 2011: Darlington • 2012: York City • 2013: Wrexham • 2014: Cambridge United • 2015: North Ferriby United • 2016: Halifax Town • 2017: York City • 2018: Brackley Town • 2019: AFC Fylde • 2020: Harrogate Town • 2021: Hornchurch • 2022: Bromley •

National League 2022-23

Aldershot Town · Altrincham · Barnet · Boreham Wood · Bromley · Chesterfield · Dagenham & Redbridge · Dorking Wanderers · Eastleigh · Gateshead · FC Halifax Town · Maidenhead United · Maidstone United · Notts County · Oldham Athletic · Scunthorpe United · Solihull Moors · Southend United · Torquay United · Wealdstone · Woking · Wrexham · Yeovil Town · York City

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