ONE OF Wrexham AFC's famous co-chairmen has been chosen to co-present an upcoming prestigious awards do.

On Wednesday (January 10), The Television Academy and FOX announced the first group of stars who are set to present the 75th Emmy Awards alongside host Anthony Anderson.

The awards will take place at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles on Monday, January 15, 2024.

Among the presenters announced are Pedro Pascal, Jenny Ortega, Jodie Foster and Wrexham's co-owner Rob McElhenney.

There was further success for Rob, fellow chairman Ryan Reynolds, Wrexham and the FX film crews earlier this week.

That was due to the 'Welcome to Wrexham' documentary all about the club and the community winning five Emmys at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards and Governors Gala.


The hugely-successful documentary took home prizes for Outstanding Cinematography for a Reality Program, Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Reality Program (Single or Multicam), Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program and Outstanding Editing for an Unstructured Reality Program.

Bryan Rowland also won 'Outstanding Directing for a Reality Program' for his role in the documentary to take the awards to five in total

Rob shared the post put up by 'Telivisionacad' to his Instagram stories to confirm that he would be one of the presenters at the Primetime Emmy Awards next week.

The It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia star took over at Wrexham AFC alongside friend and fellow actor Ryan in February 2021.

The pair have since taken the club on an incredible journey back to the English Football League after a 15-year absence.