As preparations for the new campaign continue to move forward, Wrexham have announced exciting developments at the Racecourse Ground.
A new master plan, which was revealed on Wednesday sets out intentions for a redevelopment of the club’s Racecourse Ground, with a new 5,0000 seat Cop End and conference venue set to be built as part of a far
In addition to these exciting constructions, a new four star hotel is also being planned, while improvements are set to be made at the town’s railway facilities.
A new new stand at the Racecourse Ground had been previously promised by former owners Geoff Moss and Ian Roberts, however much to the anger of Dragons’ fans, this ultimately never came to fruition.
The club’s director Spencer Harris told the official Wrexham website, “As well as being the home of Wrexham AFC, the Racecourse Ground is an asset of strategic importance for Wales. Along with our partners in this vision, we are extremely excited about this regeneration project including the potential to make the stadium a viable option for international events.
“As we are owned by a community benefit society, it is fitting that the aims of this project would return significant benefits to Wrexham and the region.”