Over-running building work at Wrexham’s Racecourse Ground has delayed tickets going on sale for the club’s opening day fixture with Yeovil Town.
Responding to an email from a Glovers’ fan trying to get information on tickets for the match on August 21, club secretary Geraint Parry said the work may lead to the closure of part of the ground for the Dragons’ opening two fixtures.
The issue is caused by work to the Wrexrent Stand which houses 2,800 home fans behind one to the stadium’s goals.
Wrexham, who were taken over by Hollywood superstars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney at the end of last season, recently capped season ticket sales due to “unprecedented demand.”
However, what we do know is that the Green & White Supporters’ Club will be laying on travel to North Wales. Read more – here.
If you are planning on heading to Wrexham, make sure you check out outer Ciderspace Away Travel Guide – here.