Wrexham AFC have sold out their 1,500 allocated tickets for Sunday’s game against Dagenham.

After the club's win against Stockport County, who have currently been knocked off the top spot in the league by Wrexham AFC on goal difference, they are now in with a chance to automatically qualify for promotion.

This game will be Wrexham’s last in the league this year, so every point counts and excitement is building amongst fans.

With just under a week to go, 1,500 lucky Wrexham fans could potentially see the club be promoted, though Stockport County still has a game in hand and the two clubs are currently equal in points.


Fans will be tuning in to see the big game but have been warned that no more tickets will be available to attend the match.

In a statement, Dagenham and Redbridge football club said: “We have been advised that this will be the maximum that we can make available to away supporters, and there can be no further tickets allocated to Wrexham supporters now that these tickets have been sold.


“Away supporters without a ticket purchased in advance will be turned away on the day of the game.

“We would like to take this opportunity to remind away supporters that it is against our ground regulations for away supporters to buy tickets in the home end.

“Any Wrexham supporters who are found to have bought tickets online in the home end will have their tickets cancelled. Any Wrexham supporters found to be in the home end on the day of the game will be ejected.”