ROB McElhenney has expressed his delight over Wrexham AFC's new third kit. 

Having previously been blocked from wearing black in the National League, Wrexham's promotion to League Two has allowed his dream to be realised after "three years" of trying.

On Wednesday, the Reds unveiled their new away and third kits for the 2023-24 campaign.

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Designed by Macron and featuring the club's new sponsor, United Airlines, the kit will be worn when Wrexham are unable to wear their white and green away kit.

It features a red trim on the sleeves and rear of the shirt, but most notably has a pattern on the front which is inspired by Wrexham and North Wales' coal mining history.

Upon the announcement, co-owner McElhenney tweeted: "I've been trying to get this one made for 3 years. Under National League rules, we couldn't have a black kit. Not a problem anymore ;)".