ANOTHER attendance record was set at the Stok Cae Ras during Wrexham's latest win.

It's no secret to anyone by now that Wrexham's home ground has become the place to be football-wise in north Wales.

The takeover of the club by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, along with the Welcome to Wrexham documentary, has earned the club new fans from across the world.

And that, coupled with the old die-hard generation of Reds fans, has seen the Stok Cae Ras easily surpass crowds of 10,000 on a regular basis.

The Reds' latest victory came via a 1-0 win over Newcastle United's under 21's in the EFL Trophy on Tuesday evening (August 5).


Sam Dalby's goal was the difference as Wrexham progressed to the next round of the cup competition.

And while the Racecourse crowd was slightly smaller than usual - it still managed to set yet another record.

The attendance of 7,988 was a record for the ground in the EFL Trophy.

285 Newcastle fans had made their way to north Wales for the fixture, Wrexham confirmed.

Impressive numbers once again, particularly for a midweek match.

Up next for Wrexham is a home match against Doncaster in League Two this coming Saturday (August 9).