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Junior Dragons Enjoy Racecourse Tour and Quiz

NewJDwebOver 100 Junior Dragons enjoyed a free half term quiz and guided tour of the Racecourse on Tuesday, 21st February.

The young Reds fans were expertly shown behind the scenes of our historic stadium by members of the first team squad. Whilst on the tour, children completed a quiz to test what they had learnt about the world’s oldest international football stadium.

The tour was followed by a fun quiz written by club captain and Junior Dragons’ ambassador, Robbie Evans. The scores from both quizzes were added together and our winner was Ariana Rowley, who will now get to lead the team out as mascot at a future home game.

For this event we were delighted to welcome two local youth football clubs, Johnstown Under 12’s and Borras Park Rangers Under 9’s. Both clubs have signed up their entire squad to the Junior Dragons and we hope they are just the first of many local youth clubs to do so.

We would like to thank everyone who attended this event and hope you all enjoyed your day. Our special thanks go to Robbie Evans for writing his quiz and to all the players for being such wonderful tour guides!

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Wrexham AFC lead the way

dementiaOver the past two seasons, Wrexham Football Club and Wrexham Supporters’ Trust (WST) have been working hard towards their aim of becoming a dementia friendly football club and sporting venue.

Working closely with Jo Lane - the dementia friendly communities’ co-ordinator for North Wales - Stuart Roberts, a member of the WST board, will be at The Racecourse on Saturday the 11th of March to accept official recognition from The Alzheimer’s Society for our work towards becoming dementia friendly. We are the first football club in Wales to receive such recognition.

It is not just a reward for our club who have worked tirelessly and continue to lead the way in our aim to make football accessible and inclusive. The club has also supported and encouraged the setting up of “Dementia Friendly Wrexham” steering group and has two members of AFC on the steering group along with representation from the Town Council, the NHS, Glyndwr University, both local and national retailers, local faith and voluntary organisations and it is operating under the guidance of The Alzheimer’s Society to make Wrexham a Dementia Friendly Community.

Part of the recognition process for the club was to meet certain criteria. To do this, we have targeted awareness. This was achieved by committing to providing Dementia Friends awareness sessions to anyone interested that is involved in the match day experience. Initially this involved WST board members and club volunteers attending sessions and then moving on to Dementia Friends “Champion” training so that we can deliver these sessions in house and not have to rely on a third party. At present we have Dementia Friends on the club and WST boards, in the office and club shop and almost all of the first team squad. The new arrivals since January will be invited to attend a session soon. Obviously, the pubs around the ground are also a big part of the match day experience, as is Chris De Burger’s burger van all of whom have shown their support. A special thanks to Chris De Burger who was the first person outside of the club to attend a session.

Another important factor in achieving official status was a survey of The Racecourse to assess any issues that may be encountered by someone living with dementia. This was carried out by a person living with dementia. The experience was very positive with the advice and guidance gratefully received. The few minor details which were highlighted are being addressed.

As a football club we already run a dementia reminiscence group held in the executive boxes on the last Friday of each month. This project is run by club volunteers in partnership with The Alzheimer’s Society and has been a huge success.

Future plans to remain as dementia friendly as reasonably possible, are in place and include regular Dementia Friends sessions. These will be included as part of the Racecourse stewards’ induction and training package as well as some new dementia friendly signage in and around the ground. Sessions are being offered to current club sponsors with management and staff from AEC Engineering attending a session recently. DTCC are due to attend a session this week and Ifor Williams Trailers are due to confirm their attendance later this week.

dementia2It's great to see large local employers such as DTCC showing commitment to this initiative. They have committed to supply a trainer to attend a session and then the Champion training, so that they can then deliver the sessions as part of their own company induction. It is our aim to suggest this strategy to all companies linked to the football club.

There is a lot of hard work ahead of us to retain this official status and we would love you to get involved as a volunteer. This could be for us at the football club or assisting the new steering group to achieve our aim for the town to become a dementia friendly community. We are all in a position to help people living with dementia, to live well. Something as simple as attending one of our Dementia Friends sessions at The Racecourse really will make a difference. If you or someone you know may be interested in helping this initiative to be a success, please email me on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and keep an eye on www.wst.org.uk. For more information regarding Dementia Friendly Communities please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

It is possible to live well with dementia and we can ALL help!

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Wrexham AFC launches ‘Build The Budget’

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Wrexham AFC launches ‘Build The Budget’

The ‘Build The Budget’ fund is a rallying call for supporters of Wrexham AFC across the world, be they fans or businesses, to back the club that they own in further building its first team budget for the 2017/18 season.

The objective is to get us back to challenging for a chance to return back to the Football League ready for the 2018/19 season. Other clubs have done this, with Grimsby being a notable example when they raised £110,000 which helped drive them to promotion in 2016.

Why are we launching the fund?

Fans have asked us to launch this initiative and ensure that any money raised will go exclusively towards the first team playing budget for next season and therefore all monies donated to ‘Build The Budget’ will be housed in a separate bank account to achieve this aim.  

A return to the Football League would benefit the town and region, not just the football club and would bring increased civic pride for North Wales. Along with our loyal fanbase we urge local businesses to pledge their support and help us achieve this aim by joining those to contribute to ‘Build The Budget’.

Why are we announcing it now?

We are announcing it now so that we have the best chance of raising funds between now and the end of the season to give ourselves even more chance of success in the National League next season. Starting early helps enable manager Dean Keates to identify and land the players who can help us realise our ambition as early as possible in the summer transfer window.

View from Manager Dean Keates

“This is a tremendous idea from you the owners of the club. As a Trust Member myself, I understand the contribution people already make into this great club so would ask that people give only of what they can. I want to ensure you that every penny raised will be spent carefully and with one thing in mind which is to help us challenge next season. You are amongst the best fans anywhere and we all appreciate your support and generosity.” 

How can you contribute to the Build The Budget Fund?

There are various ways you can contribute to the Fund:

  1. By cash – Please pay cash in an envelope clearly marked “Build the Budget” into the club shop.
  2. By cheque – Please make cheques payable to:

WST – Loan Notes Account.

This is a dedicated account that will ONLY be used for the Fund. These can be handed into the club shop or posted to the following address:

Wrexham AFC Racecourse Ground

Build the Budget Fund

Mold Road

Wrexham

LL11 2AH

  1. By standing order/one-off donation using internet banking to:

SORT CODE – 08-92-99

ACCOUNT NUMBER 65162624

  1. By pay-pal – the e-mail address of the account to make a donation is 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.">

You can also donate online at buildthebudget.wst.org.uk

Further details about the Fund can be found on Wrexham AFC’s main website www.wrexhamafc.co.uk  Just follow the link to BUILD THE BUDGET.

The ‘Build The Budget’ fund will not replace other income streams such as player sponsorship or advertising as we need to maintain these income streams but is meant to be additional income that helps drive us forwards next year and is ring fenced exclusively to boost the first team budget. Support ‘Build The Budget’ and help us make next season one to remember.

If you have any questions/comments/suggestions about the Fund, then please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

COME ON YOU REDS!!!!

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Dean Keates signs 3.5 Year Contract at Wrexham AFC

dean keates2We are delighted to announce that this evening at the Wrexham Supporters Trust Members Meeting manager Dean Keates put pen to paper on a three and a half year contract as First Team Manager of Wrexham AFC.

Dean has significantly changed the fortunes of the team and transformed the squad in the January transfer window bringing a new mentality and approach which has resulted in a surge up the table over recent weeks. He brings a long and successful pedigree of football experience spanning over 20 years and has won promotion six times with three clubs in that time. Dean played over 150 times for Wrexham AFC as an outstanding captain and has taken that professionalism and dedication into management.

Wrexham AFC Director Spencer Harris commented: “Extending Dean’s contract for three and a half years is brilliant news for Wrexham AFC. In a short period of time, Dean has stamped his authority on the team and along with his coaching staff have brought a modern day approach to coaching and player development. We believe that approach will be very successful for the club.”

“Dean gets the football club and its fans and is working extremely hard on taking us in the right direction. His approach is very much to get everybody together as one team: Fans, Board, Staff and Players to give us the very best chance of success”

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Auction Night

With Auction night now less than 2 weeks away, please find below information for anyone unable to attend the night, but who wishes to put a bid in on any of the items.

1) E-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or text 07894164608

2) Give your name and a contact telephone number

3) Put down the lot item number and your MAXIMUM bid

Every e-mail / text will be acknowledged

Thank you to everyone who gets involved.

Click HERE to view the Auction Catalogue

Pre-bidding is until Midnight Sunday 19th February

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February Club Members Meeting

This months Club Members Meeting will take place on Thursday, February 16th, starting at 7.30 PM in the Centenary Club @ The Racecourse.

There will be two very special announcements and two special guests in the first part of the meeting, and we urge Club members to attend. In the second part of the meeting, as well as the normal WST Board Member updates, there will be members of Wrexham AFC operational Board present to answer any questions you may have.

Please arrive promptly to ensure you get a good seat! As normal, the meeting is for Club members only, and entrance will be by production of a valid Membership card. If you do not have a card for any reason, please bring proof of Membership purchase (confirmation email, receipt etc.) and proof of identity.

If you're not a member, you will be able to join on the night.

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My Racecourse Update

OLLY MURS | Louisa Johnson Will Be Joining Olly Murs Concert Tour

 

XFactor winner Louisa Johnson will be joining Olly Murs this summer...


2015 X-Factor winner Louisa Johnson will be joining Olly Murs this summer on his UK tour, including the concert at My Racecourse, Wrexham on Saturday 24 June.

The 19-year old singing sensation has just been announced as Olly’s support act, and her emotive voice, distinctive style and infectious spontaneity are certain to prove a hit with fans at each show.

Olly Murs Tickets For The My Racecourse Show: http://dlvr.it/MnTBcn

Louisa has been a familiar face since her spectacular win on the X Factor in 2015 as the youngest ever winner – followed by an impressive debut album and a hit collaboration with Clean Bandit – laying the foundations for what looks set to be an incredible 2017.

Louisa always knew she wanted to be on the big stage, jumping at the chance of talent shows from the tender age of eight, whenever she was on holiday with her family, and frequently taking solo spots at school concerts.

Although born in Kent, Louisa moved to Essex at the age of four, and as her passion for music grew with her year on year, Louisa took the decision purposely to move into a secondary school, renowned for its ability to nurture musical talent. Whether it was breakfast, lunch breaks or after school, Louisa was singing at every chance!

At just 13 she auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent, achieving first round success, and in 2014 was approached by X Factor scouts, but decided to wait a year until she had developed the style with which she has certainly marked her place on the music scene.

With the 2015 X Factor win under her belt, Louisa turned her attention to a debut album, spurred on by a collaboration with Clean Bandit on the hugely successful ‘Tears’; a project that came about after Grace from the band saw her on the show and approached her with the track demo.

The success of ‘Tears’ in May followed by her debut single ‘So Good’ in October certainly laid the foundation for Louisa’s new album; fizzing with talent, ambition and massive tunes. Louisa spent 2016 working with a dream cast of writers and producers on songs that capture her bubbly personality while also doing justice to a decade’s worth of work and determination.

Coming along for the ride are artists like Clean Bandit and other special guests, as well as tunesmiths like Ali Tamposi (Justin Bieber, Beyoncé), Chelcee Grimes (Olly Murs), Burns (Britney, Calvin Harris), Ed Drewett (One Direction, Little Mix), J Kash (Maroon 5, Meghan Trainor) and Steve Mac (Jess Glynne, Charli XCX, Selena Gomez).
 
The results are as varied as Louisa’s own musical tastes, with each track on the album showing off her impressive vocal range and an exciting mix of styles and sounds.

Louisa Johnson said: “I am so excited to be supporting Olly on his summer tour. He is an incredible artist; an absolute inspiration, and we both cannot wait to see all the fans in Wrexham. It’s going to be a brilliant night!”

Olly Murs said: “Louisa’s voice makes you sit up and listen; she has a great stage presence, which is amazing at such a young age, and so many fans. I know she’ll prove a great hit on the tour.” 

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Junior and Youth Dragons Racecourse Tours and Quiz

 

Junior Dragon badge tranYouth Dragon badge tranThe Junior Dragons and Youth Dragons will be hosting a FREE guided tour of the Racecourse and fun quiz on Tuesday, 21st February, at 1:30pm.

Led by members of the first team squad, you will be guided around the World’s oldest international football stadium still in use whilst finding the answers to a range of questions about the Racecourse.

Upon arriving back at the Centenary Club, there will be a chance to have autographs and photos with the players before Junior Dragons ambassador, Robbie Evans, hosts his fun quiz about his teammates.
To add to the sense of competition, the Junior or Youth Dragon with the highest score will win the opportunity to be mascot at a future home game!

Although this is a FREE event, places do need to be reserved by 5pm on Monday, 20th February by either picking up a ticket at the club shop (please bring along your child’s membership card or sign up first for just £5) or by sending us a private message on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/JuniorDragonsWrexham/ or on twitter at https://twitter.com/juniordragons1 and stating your child’s full name, date of birth and membership number.

All Junior and Youth Dragons attending the event will need to be accompanied with an adult for the duration of the event, including at all times during the tour. Please note that photographs will be taken on the day and shared on social media and in the local press.

If you fancy making your half term Tuesday a full day of footy fun, then why not also sign your child up to the Racecourse Community Foundation’s Soccer School session at Glyndwr University Sports Centre, which runs from 10am-1pm. The session costs just £7.50 for Junior Dragon members and £10 for non-members. Places must be reserved beforehand by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phoning 07792788623.

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And the Winners are.......

Following a well supported vote by Club members (nearly 30% more fans voted this year, over 800 in total!), Wrexham Football Club  would like to announce that next year's playing kit will be Shirt C at Home, and Shirt B Away.

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Wrexham AFC Director John Mills said “ Having provided the Club with excellent service over the past season, fulfilling every order on time so that we could record record replica shirt and leisure wear,Macron will  again bring to our shops a new range of kit and training wear for our players and supporters that will launch sooner than ever before in the close season. We are looking forward to working alongside Mike Davies, the Wrexham and Cheshire area managing director once again. Once again, our fans had the opportunity to select their favourite shirts, and I am certain, once available, these shirts will fly out of the door....even I'm going to treat myself to one of the home shirts!”.

There were three choices for the home kit, and three for the away kit. We hope your choice won,and that greater numbers than ever will want to buy the kit you've chosen. Our partnership with Macron, with improved commercial terms, guaranteed stock levels, a wider range of sizes and an exciting leisurewear range, will ensure we can meet everyone’s expectations  .#PickTheKit

Your Club,Your Shirt 

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Not receiving Club Member emails?

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We have again noted that a number of members with Microsoft accounts for example; outlook.com, hotmail.com, live.com or msn.com seem to have a higher than normal level of emails not getting through. Microsoft mail servers run software that tends to be a little overzealous when faced with emails originating from high volume output. The emails do get through from our email server, but the Microsoft servers do not forward them to your account.

The probable best ‘fix’ is to add This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to their safe senders list, which SHOULD mean our email will get through. However, any email content is always available on this website, the Wrexham AFC Official website, and across all our social media platforms.

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