Football Team Wrexham Promoted to Third Division for England’s 4th Division

Actor Ryan Reynolds’ football team Wrexham promoted to third division a year after heading to fourth division

Wrexham, a soccer team owned by actor Ryan Reynolds who played the main role in the movie “Deadpool,” even won a ticket to the third division a year after being promoted to the English fourth division.
On 13 April 2024, he defeated Forest Green 6-0 in a home game in round 44 of the 2023-2024 Football League 2 at racecourse ground in Wrexham, Wales, confirming promotion to third tier football league 1.

Wrexham, who has accumulated 82 points in 44 matches with 24 wins, 10 draws, and 10 losses, secured at least third place.
The number of cases catching up with Wrexham disappeared as fourth-place Miltonkins Dunns FC (22 wins, 8 draws, 14 losses, 74 points) lost in this round.

In Football League 2, the first to third places will be promoted.

As a result, Wrexham enjoyed the joy of “continuous promotion” a year after winning the National League (fifth division) in April 2023 and confirming promotion to the fourth division.

Wrexham’s return to the third division for the first time in 20 years since the 2004-2005 season.
Founded in 1864 and with a history of 160 years, Wrexham is the oldest football team in Wales.

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Reynolds received worldwide attention in November 2020 when he and fellow actor Rob McCaulhaney acquired it for $2.5 million.
In November 2022, Wrexham players attracted the attention of domestic fans by following Son Heung-min’s (Tottenham) signature “Click Ceremony” during a league game with Aldershot Town.

Wrexham, who was competing in England’s third division until the mid-2000s, left professional football after being relegated to the fifth division from the fourth division Football League 2 in 2008 after financial difficulties.
Since then, he has sought to re-enter the fourth division, the Maginot Line of professional football, by advancing to the promotion playoffs (PO) three times, but all were eliminated and disappointed.

“A few years ago, it was Rob McAulheny who told me that I would be in tears of joy because of the football game in northern Wales,” Reynolds told 토토사이트, sharing news of Wrexham’s promotion.
“Congratulations to Lexom and my co-owner and my ‘accomplice’ Mekalheny,” he said, adding, “Rexom is simply magical.”

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