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ON THE ROAD| Our Journey Continues to Wrexham

29 November 2018

It’s Emirates FA Cup time again! Another away tie and another non-league Club, but Wrexham AFC present a very different challenge to the one mounted by Met Police FC.

The Red Dragons are flying high in the National League and – despite defeat to fellow high-fliers Leyton Orient on Tuesday night – will no doubt fancy their chances of an upset when they face County on home soil.

It’s hard for County fans to think about Wrexham AFC without remembering that glorious May day in 2013, when the Exiles came to the end of 25-years of non-league wilderness with promotion back to the football league and revenge might well be one the minds of the Wrexham players this Saturday.



This match is all-ticket with no tickets available on the day.  Your last chance to purchase tickets for this match will be 3pm, Friday 30th November at the Kingsway Club Shop.

For more ticket information, please click here.



It's fair to say, it won't be an easy trip to the Racecourse Ground and the late kick-off time has added to supporter difficulties.

By Train

There are trains running from Newport to Wrexham throughout Saturday; however, there are NO return train services after full time.  There are also no trains running on Sunday – there is a replacement bus service.


By Car

The easiest and quickest way to get to Wrexham is via car.

There are two routes, either via the A49 (though Wales) or via the M5 (through England).  There is around 10 minutes difference in time between the two routes.

When approaching the ground, take the A483 from Chester or Oswestry to Wrexham.

Exit at the 'Mold' junction and then follow the signs for 'Town Centre'.

The Racecourse will come quickly into view.



The Club has been advised that, due to the Wales Comicon taking place next door to the stadium, parking around the stadium is expected to be extremely limited.

Away Supporters are advised to head towards to town centre for parking.

Supporters can then journey to The Racecourse Ground by foot (less than a mile) which will take around 15-20 minutes.

Supporters can also take busses.  Busses to the stadium are very regular from the main station and take around 9 minute.


By Supporters Coach

The easiest way to travel to the match is via coach.  The NCAFC Official Supporters’ Club are running coaches for the match which are leaving around 2pm from Lysaghts.

If you’d like to book a place on the bus, please contact the Supporters’ Club directly.  Contact information can be found here.




Kiosks situated under all stands. The Centenary Club is located next to the club shop.


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