OVER 900 Wrexham AFC fans made the long trip down to south London for their latest match on a Tuesday evening.

The Reds bounced back from four straight defeats to beat Sutton United 2-1 away on February 13.

The support for the Reds, particularly in recent times, has been unrivalled with fans coming from far and wide to back the club.

And the EFL League Two match down at Sutton was no different as 933 Wrexham fans travelled down to make up the 4,831-strong crowd.

It was worth the gruelling trip too as a Will Boyle goal in the first half was followed by a late winner from talisman Elliot Lee.


Wrexham AFC took to X (formerly Twitter) to thank their fans for their support during the match.

The club said: "A massive thank you to the 933 Wrexham fans, who have travelled all the way to London tonight."

Up next for Wrexham in their quest for promotion to EFL League One is a huge match against last season's promotion rivals Notts County.

That will take place for 3pm at the STok Cae Ras on Saturday, February 17.