WREXHAM AFC held it's Annual General Meeting today via zoom and here are some of the main talking points.

* Seven people - Matthew Davies, Spencer Harris, Gavin Jones, James Kelly, Stephen Lloyd, Mark MacDougall and Matthew Scott - were all elected or re-elected to the board.

* The National League has recommended clubs not to sell season tickets for the 2020-21 season.

* Wrexham are not in a position to sell fans their usual seats but details will be retained for future seasons.

* The Racecourse capacity will be reduced to 2,600 because of the coronavirus.

* Wrexham are looking to introduce blocks of tickets initially - 10, 10 and 3 - and switch to season cards if restrictions are lifted.

* National League fixtures are set to be released on September 8.

* The season is due to start on October 3 but this could change.

* Wrexham will be required to appoint a Covid 19 Officer and Medical Officer.

* Return is done in 4 stages - return to training (no contact), return to close contact training, return to competition but no spectators (pre-season) and return to competition with safe return of spectators.

* No extra time or replays when Wrexham enter the FA Cup at 4th qualifying round stage - straight to penalties.

* Prize money in cup competitions set to be reduced.

* Wrexham boss Dean Keates will have a £969,313 budget for the upcoming season - it was £1,256,900 for Bryan Hughes in 2019-20.

More details to come....