SIR Anthony Hopkins is celebrating Wrexham AFC in Stōk Cold Brew's Super Bowl advert. 

Being shown on the one of world's biggest sporting nights, the commercial features the legendary Welsh actor as he transforms into Wrexham's mascot, Wrex the Dragon. 

STōK Cold Brew Coffee was named Wrexham AFC's official stadium sponsor last year - and the company's advert will be seen by tens of millions of people across the globe.

"To act is to deceive," says Hopkins in the advert. "But, to become this beast well, that requires a little extra kick."

"Now, hear me roar," the actor, 86, continues in the commercial before putting on the head of the dragon.


Once in full costume, he is seen interacting with fans on the field at STōK Cae Ras.

Hopkins's voice booms: "This is what they came to see. They love me! Roar!"


In the final scene, Hopkins says: "Ironically it is the cold brew that births the fire-breathing dragon," as he sips a glass of STōK's cold brew in a locker room before being warned by a voice off-screen that the second half of the game is about to start as chants of 'Wrexham! Wrexham!' are heard in the background. 

STōK's commercial will air during the Super Bowl when the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers' clash at Super Bowl LVIII, on CBS on February 11. 

An estimated 113.06 million viewers were tuned in for last year's Super Bowl.