WREXHAM'S title-winners were given an incredible reception in a nightclub after landing in the USA.

With the National League title and promotion back to the English Football League now secured, its time for the Reds stars to have some well-deserved time off.

With that in mind, the club's famous co-chairmen Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney organised a trip to Las Vegas for the players.

The takeover of the club by the duo, along with the hugely-successful 'Welcome to Wrexham' documentary has well and truly helped put Wrexham on the map.

So much so it seems, that they cannot go anywhere now without being spotted!

After landing stateside, the players soon made their way to the Hakkasan Nightclub.

What they perhaps might not have expected though was to be greeted by such a wild reception - and the club's name up in lights.


The nightclub shared footage of the players arriving at the venue, which shows a display that reads: "Hakkasan welcomes the champions Wrexham AFC'.

It also shows the crowd cheering as the players walk in, as well as people waving Welsh flags, the club crest up on the walls and people holding up illuminated letters spelling out 'Wrexham'.

You can watch the footage here, which local podcast RobRyanRed - which covers all things Wrexham AFC - described as a 'roaring reception' for the club's stars.

This is just another fine example of how all things Wrexham have become a global phenomenon of late.

The Reds are also set to take on Premier League giants Chelsea and Manchester United over in the USA during pre-season.