MEMBERS of Wrexham's heroic side which beat Arsenal in the FA Cup are set to be reunited at a charity night.

The famous 2-1 win over then Division One champions came in January 1992, with Steve Watkin and Mickey Thomas securing an incredible victory.

It was undoubtedly one of the greatest FA Cup victories of all time given the 'David v Goliath' status of the match and its one that is still very much talked about to this day.

Players from that memorable win will be coming together in aid of the Alzheimer's Society charity next month.

On Friday, July 26, Maesgwyn Hall in Wrexham will host a night full of Reds nostalgia, all while raising money for a great cause.


Those attending the night will enjoy a three-course meal, as well as a chance to take part in a charity auction and more.

Among the members of the '92 side already confirmed to be attending the event are the game's goal-scorers Thomas and Watkin, as well as Karl Connolly, Gareth Owen, Waynne Phillips and manager Brian Flynn.

The cost of attending the event is £25 and tickets can be purchased here.

The reunion will start at 7.30pm and promises to be a real night to remember for any diehard Wrexham fan.