Reynolds and McElhenney joined by Ferrell and Beckham to watch Wrexham in final

Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have been joined by Will Ferrell and David Beckham to watch Wrexham's FA Trophy final against Bromley.

Reynolds and McElhenney bought the Welsh club from the Wrexham Supporters Trust in November 2020 and have bankrolled a promotion charge in the National League. The Dragons also reached their third FA Trophy final, travelling to Wembley on Sunday for the showpiece event.

As owners of one of the finalists, the two Hollywood stars were given a box at the national stadium. The two have frequently flown over from the United States to take in Wrexham games since they took over 18 months ago.

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And Sunday's final was no different, with both Reynolds and McElhenney present at Wembley. Remarkably, they were joined in their box by Hollywood superstar Will Ferrell and England footballing legend David Beckham.

The quartet were filmed sharing a conversation in the box ahead of the game, with Reynolds and McElhenney also pictured pitchside as the players ran out for their warm-up. Much like McElhenney and Reynolds, Ferrell is a well-known football fan and is a part-owner of MLS side Los Angeles FC.

The coversation between the four appeared light-hearted, with McElhenney and Ferrell sharing a joke. Before the final, both Reynolds and his co-owner had sent a message to the Wrexham squad thanking them for their efforts.

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"You boys have given me one of the craziest years of my entire life. And for that I'm just impossibly grateful. I'm so excited for Wembley, I'm so excited to see each and every one of you out there. Up the Town boys," Reynolds said in a TikTok message.

"Thank yo ufor an incredible season, we are incredibly proud of you and we can't wait to see how it all ends up. Good luck at Wembley, we'll be there, up the Town," McElhenney added. The duo will hope to be back in London on June 5 for the National League play-off final, when a place in League Two will be at stake.

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