WREXHAM fans are on the verge of completing an impressive feat this season. 

On the pitch, Phil Parkinson's side are edging towards back-to-back promotions which would see them ply their trade in League One next season. 

While off it, the Reds have been backed by massive followings home and away in their first season in the EFL for 16 years. 

Wrexham's average attendance of 11,113 is the second highest in League Two, behind Bradford City, it also betters 13 clubs in League One, one in the Championship and Bournemouth in the Premier League. 

Tickets to games at the SToK Cae Ras have been like gold-dust of late, selling out within minutes, as have away games such as the penultimate game of the season at promotion rivals Crewe Alexandra. 

The demand was so high, the club introduced a temporary Kop stand to allow more fans the opportunity to attend games while delays over the new 5,500-seater stand continue. 

In the 20 league games played at home, a total of 222,265 fans have been in attendance at the Racecourse. While 41,989 have been to cup games over the course of the season. 

Those figures total 264,254 fans that have been through the turnstiles at the SToK Cae Ras this season, a figure that could pass the 300,000 mark by the end of the month.


There are three home league fixtures remaining for Wrexham this season against Crawley Town (April 9), Forest Green Rovers (April 13) and Stockport County (April 27). 

Since the introduction of the temporary Kop, the attendance has averaged around 12,400. If those numbers continue in the final three games, the Reds will have surpassed 300,000 fans at the 28 home games this season. 

It would mark an incredible achievement for the club, in addition to the amazing away support the team gets on the road.