THERE was an 'evening to remember' in Wrexham last night (May 2) as the football club's men and womens teams celebrated with their devoted fans.

An open top bus parade made its way through the city as both teams were joined by the Reds' star owners Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds.

The unforgettable occasion was set up to celebrate an incredible year for the club - with the mens team being promoted back to the Football League after a 15-year exodus.

And the women's team also had cause for celebration having lifted the league title in front of a record crowd at The Racecourse come the end of their season. 

Three open top buses departed the stadium to set off on a parade around Wrexham to celebrate their achievements. 

It is estimated that over 30,000 supporters turned out to celebrate their heroes on the night.


When the buses arrived, there was a sea of red smoke from the flares.

Wrexham AFC itself took to Twitter after the event to describe it as 'an evening to remember'.

You can watch a video of the occasion shared by the club here ...

The season might now be over for Wrexham but the excitement is far from over for the club.

Ahead of a much-anticipated return to League Two in 2023/24, the Reds will first face a pre-season tour of the USA.

Whilst stateside, they will play the likes of Premier League giants Chelsea and Manchester United.

And there is much more to look forward to in Wrexham over the coming weeks too - with American rock legends Kings of Leon coming to perform at the Racecourse at the end of the month.