TICKETS for an upcoming Wrexham match at the STok Cae Ras once again sold out in minutes this morning (September 18).

At 10am, tickets for the League Two match v Salford (Saturday, October 14) went up for sale.

By 11am, they had been completely snapped up as another well-attended match awaits at Wrexham's home ground.

The last time the two clubs met in competitive football at the STōK Cae Ras came on Boxing Day in 2018, when the Reds won 5-1.

Confirming the sell-out, a statement from Wrexham AFC read: "We are pleased to confirm that tickets for our home fixture on Saturday 14 October against Salford City has now sold-out."


However, the club confirmed that there is still hope for some fans to get their hands on tickets via the ballot process tomorrow (September 19).

The statement added: "As a part of the club’s membership package, UK members can gain access to the ticketing ballot should they not be successful in initially purchasing a ticket.

"The ballot will open at 4pm today and close at 4pm tomorrow (September 19), at this point, 150 tickets will be made available for the draw.

"Thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to welcoming you back soon."

Crowds at the STok Cae Ras have been consitently over the 10,000 mark - particularly since Wrexham returned to the English Football League in the summer.

Since the takeover of the club by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney was complete in early 2021, new fans from all over the world have been attending matches there too.