AHEAD of this weekend’s FA Trophy final at Wembley, a dedicated football (DFO) officer for North Wales Police is confident that Wrexham fans will "do Wrexham proud".

Close to 20,000 Reds supporters are expected to make the trip south for Sunday’s showpiece final against Bromley.

The Leader:

North Wales Police’s DFO, Dave Evans, has attended the majority of Wrexham’s home and away fixtures this season.

DFO Evans has witnessed first-hand the club’s impressive journey to the National League play-offs and hopes the club’s fanbase enjoy their day.

He said: “It promises to be a great occasion for everyone associated with Wrexham Football Club.

“It’s been some time since the club’s made a Wembley final and I know that supporters will be excited by the prospect of their players winning some silverware.

“A terrific season for the club has been reflected in some really impressive attendances both home and away."

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He added: “They will certainly make themselves heard at Wembley and I hope that their loyalty is rewarded on Sunday

“The vast majority of supporters are a credit to the club and I’m sure they will do the town proud this weekend.”

DFO Evans will be in attendance for the 4.15pm kick-off and will be providing updates via Twitter in relation to travel, road closures and any other useful matchday information.

To view these updates, follow: @NWPHGoldsack

Important spectator information for anyone attending Wembley this weekend can be found here: https://orlo.uk/mebfj