AN ONLYFANS model from Flintshire has spoken of her excitement of what will be her first trip to Wembley with her beloved Wrexham AFC on Sunday (May 22).

Alaw Haf, from Mold, is one of the top Welsh creators on the popular platform.

Like many others, the devoted Wales and Wrexham fan been excited by what is happening at the Racecourse following the takeover by Hollywood A-listers Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.

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Wrexham will be travelling to Wembley this coming Sunday (May 22) to take on Bromley in the FA Trophy final.

Alaw is one of those thousands of Reds fans from North Wales and beyond who are making the trip to London for that match.

Talking about her experiences of being a Wrexham fan, she said: "I’ve been following Wrexham AFC for a while now. I have followed Wales all my life and I really enjoyed going to the games so my dad asked me, why don’t you start going to Wrexham games down the road? So I bought a ticket for myself and went.. and now I’m debating a season ticket.

"Not only have I loved watching the football, I thrive for the atmosphere in Wrexham on game days. It’s buzzing there every time, everyone’s happy and excited for the game it’s just a type of happiness that you can’t describe.

"I have met so many great people there too. I was a bit anxious when I first started going because I thought I’d be alone but I have made some great friends there."

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PIC: Alaw Haf, who is from Mold, has spoken of her experiences of being a Wrexham AFC fan ahead of the Wembley trip.

Asked about what her highlight of the season to date was, Alaw notes the 3-0 National League win over eventual champions Stockport County on May 8 as the standout.

She added: "We were saying in The Turf beforehand how amazing a 3-0 win would be and it happened!

"I just had family members texting me like 'oh my god! Are you seeing this?!' - It was great."

Alaw is now looking forward to heading down to Wembley on Sunday.

She said: "I am going via coach, which apparently doesn’t have a toilet - uh oh! I haven’t been to Wembley before so I am really excited for this."

Asked about what her message to the team would be ahead of the FA Trophy Final, flunet Welsh-speaker Alaw said: "Good luck lads, go for it. We’re behind you all the way, up the town. Pob lŵc hogia, cer amdani! Rydym yn cefnogi chi yr holl ffordd!"

You can follow Alaw on her journey to Wembley via her Twitter account - which has over 27,000 followers - on @alawhafx.