WREXHAM AFC fans will break the 200,000 barrier when they host Chesterfield tonight. 

So far in the Reds' 21 home games across all competitions, there has been a total of 199,596 fans in attendance.

With another big game in the title race taking place at the Racecourse this evening, it is a mere formality that the 200,000 barrier will be broken. 

The Reds are currently averaging 9,971 at home in the league this season, which is over 2,000 more than any team in the division. 

That is despite having the seventh-biggest capacity in the National League. 

It is not just league action where big crowds have gathered at the Racecourse. 


34,985 fans were in attendance over the course of the Reds' FA Cup run, which included ties against Blyth Spartans, Oldham, Farnborough and Sheffield United. 

Just over 5,000 fans turned up midweek to see Phil Parkinson's men beat Scunthorpe 3-1 in the FA Trophy too. 

The support for the Reds has been taken to new heights since the takeover of Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds. 

The impact the Hollywood pair have had means the club now has a global fan base, with a number of supporters travelling from across the world to catch a glimpse of the Reds. 

Wrexham are also followed extremely well away from home, with thousands travelling all across England to support the Reds. 

Highlights include the huge crowd at Bramall Lane, and it looks like there will be a massive following at Halifax, following the 4,000+ allocation. 

With a huge 13 games left in Wrexham's bid to return to the Football League, the fans can make a point of difference in those tight games. 

Players and managers often speak about the Wrexham fanbase and over the next two months, Phil Parkinson and his players will be hoping they can play a crucial role.