WREXHAM fans have been raving about the video trailer for the new documentary series about the club.

Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia creator Rob McElhenney will take centre-stage in a new access-all-areas docu-series about the club.

The Hollywood pair shared a video of the friends with a weary Welsh translator called Maxine.

In the video Ryan and Rob are seen side by side for the first time - it was recently revealed that the pair had not met in person.

Rob and Ryan start the trailer by introducing themselves and their 'Welsh translator' Maxine.

"Our new show on FX is called Welcome to Wrexham - a docu-series centred in Wrexham, a working class town in North Wales in the United Kingdom," says Rob.

Ryan adds: "Earlier this year we became owners of the football club in Wrexham and we thought it was only appropriate for our Welsh fans to have a translator."

Hilarity soon ensues, as Maxine mistranslates Ryan and Rob.

The pair then make fun of each other's hit franchises Deadpool and It's Always Sunny.

*Warning the video contains adult language*

WATCH the video here

Welcome to Wrexham will chronicle their takeover – the club announced their initial interest in investing in September 2020 – and follow the Red Dragons’ fortunes over the following two seasons.

Welcome to Wrexham will be executive produced by McElhenney, Reynolds, Nick Frenkel and John Henion.

The series is produced by Broadwalk Pictures and UK and world broadcasters will be announced in due course, the club said.

Fans have been praising the trailer.

Lauren Burden tweeted: "This has to be one of the weirdest things to happen in #Wrexham"

Another fan tweeted: "Without a doubt - the most surreal thing I’ve ever seen."

Phil Prydderch tweeted: "If the trailer is anything to go be amazing."