WELCOME to Wrexham season three is now in full swing and here's five things we learnt from episode three. 

The award-winning documentary covering the highs and lows of Wrexham AFC under the ownership of Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney returned to screens earlier this month (May 3). 

Unlike the first two seasons where there have been up to 18 episodes, the third season only features eight episodes, but they are each an hour or so long. 

It was announced earlier this week that the show has been renewed for a fourth series, giving fans the chance to see how Wrexham fair in League One. 

Episode three 'Notts Again' premiered last Friday and here's five things we learnt from it:

1. Semi pro - Episode three starts with Wrexham AFC Women's team and there transition from amateur to semi professional players. 

Following their promotion to the Genero Adran Premier last year the club had work to do to get up to speed ahead of their new campaign, starting with Swansea City at the Rock.  

2. Andy Man's Club - Another new community aspect that features in the new series is the men's mental health group that meets up in Wrexham. 

Fans get to meet Dan Rowe and the Andy Man's Club, which supports men with any issues they have in the town. 

3. Mental - Wrexham's first team psychologist Sam Kotadia gives an insight into his day to day workings at the club in which he supports the players with the mental challenges of being a professional footballer and everything that comes with it. 

In the episode we see his chat with Ollie Palmer work a treat as he bags a crucial goal later in the episode.


4. Bad day at the office - Wrexham's thumping at Stockport County is featured heavily in episode three. 

The Reds headed to Edgeley Park in good form only to be sent packing after a 5-1 defeat, much to the displeasure of Phil Parkinson and the fans. 

5. Notts County win - The rivalry from the National League renewed in League Two during episode three. 

Wrexham and Notts County were both tipped for promotion and were vying for the top spots when the Reds travelled to Meadow Lane. Unlike the Stockport game, Phil Parkinson's side came out on top much to the delight of all involved.