"INCREDIBLE" Wrexham AFC fans have been donating money towards ensuring all Grimsby Town fans get to the National League play-off final. 

The Grimsby Town FC Supporters Trust has launched an appeal to raise funds for fans who otherwise wouldn't be able to attend this weekend's final at the London Stadium. 

The Trust has said some families can't to afford to go - with match ticket prices for adults at a whopping £40-£45. 

And, despite losing out to Grimsby in the play-off semi final in agonising fashion on Saturday, Wrexham fans have been donating towards the fund. 

The Mariners Trust tweeted: "The number of donations received from Wrexham_AFC is quite incredible. What a fanbase."


The Mariners Trust has raised thousands of pounds towards the fund - which closes on Tuesday evening. 

One Grimsby Town fan took to a Wrexham AFC fans' page to thank everyone who has donated. 

He said: "Just want to say massive respect to fans of your club for the acts of generosity.

"The National League has out-priced many of our supporters for the final but thanks to your generosity we have raised thousands for families who follow Town all over but simply can not afford these ludicrous prices, along with travel and all the other expenses.

"It means that they can go to the match on Sunday."  


He added: "You guys are a good team, with great fans who never stopped singing all day and some good banter between the two sets of fans. Never easy losing to a last minute goal especially when you’ve been one of the best teams in league all season but that’s football.

"Cheers Wrexham and all the best."

Others Grimsby fans described the gesture as a touch of "real class", "humbling" and "touching".