WREXHAM AFC's ever-growing popularity has seen them add new fan clubs to their ranks from around the world.

The takeover of the club by actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney in early 2021 placed it under the spotlight.

And the highly-successful Welcome to Wrexham documentary has only boosted its reputation even further.

New fan bases have been introduced all over the world, including in Canada and the USA.

But the next group of overseas fans set to appear at the Racecourse looks set to be members of the Wrexham Icelandic Supporters Club.

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The Nordic country has a population of around just 376,000 people - and yet Wrexham has found its way to grab a hold of its residents.

The Icelandic supporters club say they are planning a trip to Wales in March, hoping to get a glimpse of the Reds play.

They say they have already received help from the 'amazing people' of Wrexham ahead of making that trip.

A statement from the club read: "Our fascination for @Wrexham_AFC  and supporters of the club is just growing and growing day by day.

"Sent out a tweet yesterday about coming over to Wales in March and a lot of people have contacted us and offered us if we need help with anything. Amazing people."

Wrexham is once again on a quest to return to the English Football League this season following a 15-year absence.

Phil Parkinson's side currently sit in second place in the National League table - three points off league-leaders Notts County and with two games in hand.

Up next for the Reds though is the massive FA Cup replay match away at Sheffield United's Bramall Lane on Tuesday, February 7.

A home tie against Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur in the fifth round of the cup awaits the winner of that clash.