Since Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney became co-chairman of Wrexham AFC, attendances at the Racecourse have skyrocketed. 

While Wrexham have always had tremendous support, in the past two seasons it has gone to another level. 

In the 2019/20 season, the Reds averaged a crowd of around 4,000 at the Racecourse, which is still impressive for the fifth tier of English football. 

After the Hollywood pair completed their takeover and fans were allowed to return to stadiums, the Reds have averaged over 8,000. 

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Wrexham have not had a league crowd under 9,000 so far this season, a feat that means they have been involved in the top 10 highest attendances in the National League so far this season. 

It's not just Wrexham fans that want to see a glimpse of the Reds either. 

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Notts County, Oldham Athletic, Chesterfield and Southend United have all had their biggest attendances when the Reds have been in town. 

While large parts of that will be down to Wrexham's tremendous following, it seems that every team wants to see the Hollywood Reds. 

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The club are averaging a higher attendance than most League one and two sides, and even more than recent Champions League semi-finalists.

Phil Parkinson often discusses the importance of the Red Army and the part they play in becoming the extra man in games.

Here are the highest attendances in the National League this season: 

1. Notts County vs Wrexham - 10,741. (1,892 from Wrexham). 

2. Wrexham vs Altrincham - 10,107. 

3. Wrexham vs Halifax Town - 10,039. 

4. Wrexham vs Barnet - 9,987. 

5. Wrexham vs Torquay United - 9,970. 

6. Wrexham vs Eastleigh - 9,897. 

7. Wrexham vs Maidstone - 9,863. 

8. Wrexham vs Dagenham and Redbridge - 9,835

9. Wrexham vs Gateshead - 9,805. 

10. Oldham Athletic vs Wrexham - 9,496. (2,520 from Wrexham).