IT will be a record-breaking day at The Racecourse on Sunday.

Champions Wrexham will bring the curtain down on their Adran North season at home to Connah’s Quay Nomads, who are likely to finish as runners-up.

The game will smash the record crowd for a domestic women’s game in Wales, currently 5,175 for Cardiff City’s meeting with Abergavenny earlier this season.

So far, more than 6,000 tickets have been sold for Sunday.

Head of female football at Wrexham Gemma Owen said: “We’re absolutely delighted to be playing a competitive fixture on the Racecourse.

“This is a fantastic opportunity for our players and staff to be involved in an historic occasion and to play in front of a record Welsh domestic game crowd.

“We’d like to thank the club and all supporters coming along on Sunday for their incredible support and backing, not only on Sunday but throughout the season.”

The Reds, managed by Steve Dale and with 23-goal Rosie Hughes leading the line, have won all 11 of their Adran North matches this campaign and victory on Sunday would complete the perfect season.

“We’re so proud of our players and staff and this is a way to reward them for what has been a fantastic season and winning the league for the first time,” added Owen.

“We’re looking forward to sharing the celebrations with them and the supporters coming along on the day.

“This is such a huge opportunity for us as club and a women’s section to be visible, to show young girls that they too can play football and to grow the game not only in Wrexham but also across North Wales and further beyond.”

Connah’s Quay manager Jordan Parry said: “It’s going to be a very tough game for both teams.

“It’s one heck of an occasion for women’s football to break the attendance record.

“I think it’s going to be bigger than what I expect.

“This time next week, we will look back on it because of how far we have come to find ourselves in a position where we were very very close to winning the title.”

For Parry, the key thing has been seeing his side improve from their debut campaign last time out.

They claimed a top-four finish last season, while a top-two finish this time around is virtually guaranteed.

“We are much better than we were last year and I’m not going to give up on the Adran Premier,” added Parry.

As for the huge occasion on Sunday, Parry said: “We’re going to finish at the Racecourse in front of 7,000, maybe 8,000.

“Breaking a Welsh record and it’s a little message to the south and saying you have got to take the north more seriously.

“I want to congratulate Steve on winning the title. He’s a top bloke and he’s worked hard with the staff.”

Airbus complete their season at home to last season’s champions Llandudno and Y Felinheli pay a visit to Rhyl 1879.

In the North Wales League Northop Hall make the trip to Llanfairfechan and Flint Town who welcome Denbigh Town.

Other fixtures: Bangor 1876 v Pwllheli; Caernarfon v Amlwch; NFA v Llangefni; Trearddur Bay v Llanystumdwy.