WREXHAM AFC are hoping to break the attendance record when the women's team plays at the Racecourse later this month. 

Wrexham AFC Women will play their final home match of the Genero Adran North season, against rivals Connah’s Quay Nomads, at the Racecourse Ground.

The match takes place on Sunday, March 26 with a 2pm kick-off, and will be open to spectators, with entry a £1.

Steve Dale’s Red Dragons closed in on the Genero Adran North title on Sunday, with a dramatic, late 3-1 win against the Nomads which leaves them five points clear of their title rivals with two games to play.

They travel to CPD Y Rhyl 1879 on Sunday (March 5), where a win will seal the league title, before their homecoming on the final day.

Tickets will be available from 10am on Monday (March 6) and all Wrexham AFC supporters are encouraged to go down and support the team.


Cardiff City Women set a new record for domestic women’s football in Wales – and for FAW league football of any kind – when 5,175 watched their match against Abergavenny in November.

The Reds are hoping to break that record on the final day. 

Wrexham AFC CEO Fleur Robinson said: “We are delighted to be able to welcome Wrexham AFC Women back to the Racecourse Ground, for the final league game of what has been an excellent season so far.

“A home game against their biggest rivals – the top two teams in the league – at the oldest international football stadium in the world, deserves a big crowd.

“We would love to break the domestic attendance record, and we urge all supporters to help us pack the Racecourse Ground to cheer on a team for whom we have big, well-stated ambitions for the future.”