Wrexham AFC is an association football club, based in Wrexham, Denbighshire. Founded 159 years ago in 1864, the team currently compete in the National League, the 5th tier of English football.
They play their home matches at Racecourse Ground, and are nicknamed "The Red Dragons".
The team's playing kit is manufactured by Macron and is made of eco-fabric.
Wrexham AFC, the oldest football club in Wales and the third oldest professional club in the world, celebrated the anniversary of their first match on October 22, 2022 - 158 years on from that first game in 1864.
Since then, the club has made its mark in Welsh football, notably by winning the inaugural Welsh Cup, becoming the oldest international football stadium in the world, and producing a number of giant-killing feats in the FA Cup and European competitions.
Wrexham has also gone through many changes since then, developing a strong industrial and retail sector, and being spared relegation thanks to the restructuring of the Football League in 1991.
The club was famously saved from the brink of extinction by its loyal supporters and has gone on to record some of its greatest successes, including an FA Trophy win in 2013.
As Wrexham AFC celebrates its 158th anniversary, the club and the town remain as intrinsically linked as ever, driven by a shared history, passion and innovation.