Ryan Reynolds makes fresh plea to Wrexham fans ahead of historic game
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Wrexham owner Ryan Reynolds has made a public plea to fans to help break the women’s record club attendance against Connah’s Quay Nomads next Sunday. The current record stands at 5,175, which has already been smashed by Wrexham fans, with over a week to go to the game.
The Welsh women’s outfit are having a historic season with Steven Dale’s side winning 11 out of 11 games so far this season. They wrapped up the Genero Adran North title with an 11-1 win over fellow Welsh outfit Rhyl 1879 earlier this month.
The attendance will be the highest for a domestic women’s game in Wales. It will also be the highest crowd ever for an FAW-managed league game in the country – both men or women.
Wrexham have confirmed ticket sales beat Cardiff City’s domestic women’s attendance record, which was set in November 2022 against Abergavenny Town, and tickets are still available at £1. One of those who could be in attendance is Hollywood actor and Wrexham owner, Reynolds.
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Reynolds co-owns the club alongside Rob McElhenney. The Deadpool star tweeted: “Sunday, March 26th. Let’s fill The Racecourse Ground and celebrate @WrexhamAFCWomen on their historic run. I can’t wait to see them in full flight.”
Wrexham could be in for a hefty cash injection, which the women’s team could benefit from. Reynolds has received a huge pay day after selling wireless firm Mint Mobile to telecoms giant T-Mobile.
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The Canadian actor sold the company for a monster $1.35billion (£1.12bn). It’s not clear how much of the total sum Reynolds will pocket, but it will certainly go a long way to helping Wrexham further down the line.
The men’s team are equally having a successful season under the Hollywood ownership. They’re on course to win the National League title, gaining promotion to the Football League. Wrexham have 91 points from 37 games, and are edging out title rivals Notts County by one point. Phil Parkinson’s men do, however, have a game in hand, which could see Wrexham extend the gap to four points.
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