Saturday, 03 January 2015 23:33

#Up4Stoke - Matchday Information Featured

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8 20000 Wrexham fans celebrating at Wembley after winning the FA Carlsberg Trophy El Escritor Ingles Copyright 2013 Paul SpradbToday will be another memorable day for our Club - adding to our 150th anniversary season.

We hope you have a great day - and find this information useful on match day.

We ask one thing of you in return - every one of us has a part to play today. You are the 12th man. You can lift the team, and spur them on the extra mile. You can make tired legs carry faster. You can make shorter players jump that bit higher. You can make outstretched arms 6 inches longer. You can make the difference.

We may be underdogs, 95 places behind our hosts Stoke City. But this is the FA Cup, and we have a long track record of causing upsets. Win, lose or draw today - we need every fan to sing, cheer, wave flags and clap for the whole match. We're taking twice as many fans to the Britannia that Manchester United did this week - let's show them what Wrexham away support is famous for! Let's show them what it means to own our own club. Let's show them how we rocked Wembley!  

#SingLoudAndProud. #Up4Stoke

Matchday Information

Club staff and volunteers will open the Club shop between 11am and 12noon today to help any fans with last minute match or coach ticket issues.

Please remember that our seating is all allocated - therefore you must sit in the seat on your ticket. Please help the stewards and your fellow fans by sitting in the seat marked on your ticket. Please also respect the fans around you - who may not be as mobile or able bodied as you are.

The Club has published an Away Fans guide to visiting Stoke City FC which is published here.

The full list of official coach departure points and times is published here. Further assistance is available from the stewards on the coaches.

We shouldn't need to tell you, but the words to Wrexham Is The Name are here.


On behalf of the Club and Trust, we thank you for your support and hope you have a fantastic day.

Finally, we wish all those with the privilege of pulling on the famous red jersey tomorrow, all the luck in world. Make us proud, lads.

Come on you Reds!