Wrexham win FA Trophy

Wrexham beat Grimsby 4-1 in a penalty shoot out at Wembley to win the FA Trophy.

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Celebration event considered for Wrexham

Thousands of Wrexham fans made the journey down to London for yesterday's game.

Wrexham Council says it is currently considering plans for a celebration event after Wrexham won the FA Trophy at Wembley yesterday.

The town's Mayor, Ian Roberts, said: "I would like to congratulate everyone involved with the club on this success."

Wrexham MP Ian Lucas said: "the day will go down in the club’s history."


First Minister and Presiding Officer praise Wrexham win

First Minister Carwyn Jones and National Assembly Presiding Officer Rosemary Butler both released statements congratulating the team.

Many congratulations to Wrexham on their historic victory today. The team’s success is not only great for Wrexham, but is also more great news for Welsh football and for sport in Wales.

Andy Morrell has done a great job - leading the club through troubled times and turning them into winners. Through his and the players’ efforts, the FA Trophy is on its way to Wales for the very first time. Well done the Dragons - job done!

– First Minister Carwyn Jones

“Well done to Andy Morrell and the team. This is fantastic news for the club and their fans, who have faced lots of uncertainty over the club’s future in recent years.

Let’s hope that the team make it a double and win promotion back into the Football League by winning that Conference title.

– Rosemary Butler AM, National Assembly Presiding Officer

Congratulatory tweets for Wrexham


Congratulations to @wrexham_fc on their well deserved FA Trophy victory today.


Congratulations to @wrexham_fc on a brilliant win! A great day for Welsh football. #FATrophy coming to Wales for the very first time #COYR


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