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Awesome Stereophonics Hospitality And VIP Available

Stereophonics 1864 Hospitality Package

See The Stereophonics and Jake Bugg at My Racecourse in style. Spend some quality time with friends and family, entertain clients, reward colleagues.
You can be sure to enjoy a truly VIP experience with private dining options before the Stereophonics concert.

Our package includes:
* Exclusive use of the newly refurbished 1864 suite
* A pre-concert 3 course meal served in style from 4pm
* Access to the 1864 Suite from 3pm - A full 5 hours before Stereophonics stage time
* A seated ticket in the Hays Travel Stand
* Drinks packages are also available

There are Limited Tickets for the 1864 Suite and they can be purchased for £120 per person.

Please note: This package includes a ticket to this sold out highly anticipated gig!

BUY ONLINE - https://sa1.seatadvisor.com/sabo/servlets/TicketRequest?eventId=1211238&presenter=TLWREXHAMAFC&venue=&event=
BUY AT THE STADIUM - https://www.wrexhamafc.co.uk/club/contact-us

Stereophonics Centenary Club VIP Upgrade

This exclusive VIP package includes:
* Beat the crowds with exclusive use of the Cent's VIP Hospitality Bar throughout the day
* Take advantage of an extensive range of drinks in our fully stocked bar
* Access to the Centenary Club from 3pm - A full 5 hours before Stereophonics stage time

There are Limited VIP tickets and they can be purchased for £10 per person.

Please note: This option does not include a concert ticket. You must purchase your concert ticket separately from alternative outlets.

BUY ONLINE - https://sa1.seatadvisor.com/sabo/servlets/TicketRequest?eventId=1211239&presenter=TLWREXHAMAFC&venue=&event=
BUY AT THE STADIUM - https://www.wrexhamafc.co.uk/club/contact-us

1864 Stereophonics Menu




Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Wrexham Football Supporters’ Society (known as the Wrexham Supporters Trust, “WST”) will be held at 7.30pm on Monday 25th June 2018 at the Centenary Club, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham LL11 2AH.

Notice of Elections:

There will be four vacancies on the Trust Board. An Election Nominations Form which must be completed and returned (with the candidate’s statement) to the Secretary WST AGM, “Freepost WST” by Friday 25th May 2018. Members interested in standing will find information about the role below.

Candidates are also asked to send their nominations by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (this is in addition to the posted hard copy).

Should there be four or less candidates for the vacancies, there will not be a formal ballot of members but instead those people validly nominated will be put to the Annual General Meeting enbloc for an affirmative vote.

Call for Resolutions:

In addition to any resolutions that will be put forward by the Trust Board, members can submit their own resolutions to the meeting. Such a resolution must be submitted (in accordance with Rule 27 of the Society) to the Secretary by Friday 1st June 2018. (I can assist you with the wording etc if necessary). Please send any proposals to the Secretary WST AGM,’ Freepost WST’ and by email as well to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Alan Fox

WST Independent Secretary

Thinking about standing for the Trust Board?

Here is some information to help you decide.

Who can stand for the Trust Board? - Any person wishing to stand for election to the Board must be a Trust member at least 90 days prior to the closing date for nominations and be nominated by at least two Trust members. The candidate’s membership, and those of the two members nominating him or her, must be no more than six weeks in arrears prior to the date of nomination.

Who are the Trust Board? - The Trust Board consists of between twelve and fifteen Board members. Most are elected by the membership and can serve for 3 years before having to seek re-election but some Board members are co-opted during the year to do specific tasks. There is also an appointed Secretary. All Board members have to act in accordance with the Trust Rules and polices including the Board membership policy (available on the Trust website under “downloads”).

What does the Trust Board do? -As a community benefit society the Trust is required by law to have a Board to conduct its business in accordance with the Rules. Information can be found on the Trust website at http://wst.org.uk/www3/

The Trust Board is the Governing Body of Wrexham AFC, it meets every month and delegates some functions to sub groups led by Board members. The sub groups are the Fans Ownership group, the Revenue Generation Group, the Community Group and the Football Operations Group (consisting of those Trust Board members who are also nominated to sit on the Football Club Board).

Key topics dealt with by these groups will include membership, volunteering, media and communications, finances and fundraising.

The Board’s three broad key aims are to develop fans ownership, secure financial stability and generate additional revenue whilst ensuring we progress as a community football club.

How does the Trust Board differ from the Football Club Board? - The Football Club is wholly owned by the Trust but has a separate Board of Directors who are responsible for the day to day operational running of the Club. Four Trust Board members also sit on the Club Board. As well as carrying out the work of the Trust, the Trust Board provides strategy and direction to the Club Board.

If you want to know more about the work of the Trust Board, please contact Alan Fox at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

How will the Elections be organised? - In accordance with our Election Policy the elections will be run by an Election Management Group consisting of an independent person, a Trust member and Alan Fox (Independent WST Secretary).

How do I stand for election?Complete the Nominations Form, Complete the Candidates Statement and send both to Alan Fox, Secretary WST AGM, ’WST Freepost’ by Friday 25th May 2018. It will help to e mail them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as well.

Wrexham AFC Fans 8-A-Side football tournament.

This year is the 20th Anniversary of the Wrexham AFC Fans 8-A-Side football tournament.

RacecoursefansThe competition has for the past nineteen years been played on the morning of the last home game of the season. However, this year with the last home game with AFC Fylde being a 12.30pm kick off; and the fact that it is the 20th Anniversary of the tournament; we have arranged the tournament to take place the following day on Sunday 29th April with a 9am kick-off.

The decision to hold this tournament took some time to decide upon due to the possibility of Wrexham being in the National League play-off’s.

With this in mind there are some proviso’s, in that the tournament will go ahead if we finish in 6th position or below, but if we finish 4th or 5th then the competition will have to be postponed due to the possibility of a home game in the week.

We are therefore looking for fan’s teams to take part in this years prestigious tournament. The cost per team is £100 (£10 per player for a ten man squad). To register your team then please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The competition will be followed by the Wrexham AFC Player of the Season Dinner in the Centenary Club.

Wrexham Inclusion FC

Wrexham Inclusion FC (Wrexham IFC) - 7 year itch

wfc1864Formed independently in 2011 and originally playing as Wrexham Disabled Supporters Association FC, over the past 7 years Wrexham IFC have achieved many of the things most Wrexham AFC fans would hope we can emulate in time to come…

The Wrexham IFC play regularly in Europe and have a number of players whom represent their country at international level – something we’d love to aspire to.

As you can imagine, this amazing success brings loads of opportunities as well as all of the responsibilities associated with running a club that goes well beyond football and works with some otherwise often vulnerable and disadvantaged people to enable them to transform their lives – the work they do on and off the field is truly inspirational.

With these responsibilities and opportunities in mind the WST and Wrexham AFC’s registered charity the Racecourse Community Foundation (RCF) have been holding a series of consultation meetings with the leadership team of the Wrexham IFC over the past few months to explore the possibility of formally integrating their independent organisation into the operational framework of ‘Wrexham AFC’ as when we achieve Football League status we can only be associated with one charity partner.

To cut to the chase – Wrexham IFC have decided to go their own way and keep their own independence. Independent operation means that they can pursue their own charitable status and explore commercial sponsorship and the like outside of the family of ‘Wrexham AFC’.

Of course this also means that as of next season whilst they continue to play as Wrexham Inclusion FC they will launch their own badge and identity just to avoid any confusion.

Of course we are to remain great friends with Wrexham Inclusion FC they are part of our great football community. We will keep a close eye on their future success.

The Wrexham Inclusion FC would like to add the following statement:

The Wrexham Inclusion FC would like to go on record to officially thank everybody involved at Wrexham AFC for their continuous support over the years they have been involved. This came in many forms ranging from match tickets, programme pages, bucket collections, funding support, marketing and furthering our presence through the football club itself as well as many other strands, we hope Wrexham AFC continues to go from strength to strength.”

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