Wrexham have earned promotion into League Two, after winning the National League. They picked up a 3-1 win over Boreham Wood to seal promotion, and celebrate their first league title in 45 years.
And they have returned to the Football League after a 15-year long wait. They will be competing in the fourth tier of English football, and are progressing towards their dream of one day playing in the Premier League.
Wrexham secure promotion to League Two with 3-1 win over Boreham Wood
Wrexham went down early, with Lee Ndlovu scoring in the very first minute. But, the home team was able to hang on and turn things around before full-time. Elliot Lee scored with a header to equalise, before Paul Mullin netted a brace to make it 3-1 and turn the fans’ hopes of promotion into a reality.
After an anxious 90 minutes, Wrexham fans stormed onto the pitch to celebrate the historic achievement. There was only one available promotion spot from the National League, and it is theirs this season after a dramatic win.
Owners Ryan Reynolds, Rob McElhenney and their guest, Paul Rudd were pictured in the stands. The two co-owners of the club were seen getting emotional in the director’s box after the game was won. Since their takeover in 2021, they have always maintained their desire to achieve big things with the club. And promotion to the Football League is the first in that list.