Wrexham AFC are asking supporters for their views on the planned redevelopment of the Kop at the Racecourse Ground.

The club is also asking for information on how fans travelled to home games if they have been to one.

One of the stated promises in the Club's Mission Statement was to 'explore the renovation of the Racecourse Ground and improve the venue for the Club, for International Matches and perhaps, the occasional Tom Jones gig' and it is this promise they wish to fulfill.

The Club have engaged with the Gateway Partnership, which includes Wrexham CBC, Welsh Government and Glyndwr University, to consider how working together we could deliver a new Kop at the Racecourse Ground, as part of a wider development in the area.

One of the conditions of the Club's significant financial contribution is that on completion, the freehold of the Racecourse Ground must transfer to the Club's ownership which the Gateway Partnership is comfortable with.

The club is also looking into the possible re-introduction of standing rather than the current all-seating Without being prescriptive as to the form this standing could take, they want to understand if fans having the choice to sit or stand should be an important consideration at this time. There are potential consequences with regard to staging International Football matches depending on fan decision.

The survey can be found at: https://www.wrexhamafc.co.uk/news/2021/november/form/