WHEN Wrexham AFC travel away, you know there is going to be a bumper crowd in attendance. 

The Reds have always been a well-supported club home and away, but since the takeover of Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, attendances have increased massively.

At home, Wrexham average over 9,000 every week and with the demand for tickets combined with a new Kop stand being built, in a couple of years it's likely that there will be a crowd pushing 15,000 in the Racecourse every other week. 

And the away support has been equally impressive. 

The Red Army has sold out away allocations for the majority of games up and down the country, this season, which is highlighted by the fact nearly 5,000 are set to travel to Bramall Lane on Tuesday night for the FA Cup replay. 


While in the National League, it seems all teams want to get a glimpse of the Hollywood Reds. 

Wrexham have played 15 games away from home in the league this season and on nine of those occasions, the hosts have recorded their largest attendances of the campaign. 

Those nine clubs are:

  • Chesterfield - 8,057
  • Dorking Wanderers - 2,730
  • Oldham Athletic - 9,496
  • Boreham Wood - 2,536
  • Wealdstone - 2,817
  • York City - 7,145
  • Eastleigh - 3,986
  • Solihull Moors - 3,915
  • Maidstone United - 3,341

Barring Notts County's £5 a ticket game against Yeovil, and they would be on the list too. 

No matter where in the country they are playing, Wrexham always take a big away following and home teams seemingly want to get a glimpse of the Reds. 

The club has received worldwide attention following its Hollywood takeover and while rival fans may not be a fan of it, it is hard to argue that Wrexham aren't helping other clubs in the league financially by selling thousands of tickets every other week. 

With a sell-out at Altrincham later today, it looks likely that it will become 10/16.