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Grounds Visited67
92 91 Club17
Tours/Non-Football4
Wish List0
Miles Travelled9,134 How is this calculated?
Countries visited4
Reviews Written14
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First Game

The first game I went to was Wrexham vs Wycombe Wanderers at The Racecourse Ground in a League 2 fixture, this was a trip with my primary school and I sat with my classmates in the Yale Stand. Me and my mate got our birthdays put up on the scoreboard and had them announced by the stadium announcer because our parents requested it. I can't remember what the score was but I remember that I wanted to go back there and watch another match!

Best Game

The best game I have ever been to was in January 2012 when Wrexham played Brighton & Hove Albion at the new Amex Stadium. It was a FA Cup 3rd Round tie and 2,028 other Wrexham fans travelled to Falmer, a 10 hour all-round journey!
Wrexham were in the 5th tier of the football pyramid lying top of the Blue Square Bet Premier Conference, Brighton were lying just outside of the play-off places in the 2nd tier of the football pyramid in the N Power Championship. Brighton were clear favourites!
Brighton went ahead through 17 year old striker James Forster-Caskey but not long later our Polish winger Adrian Cieslewicz ripped Brighton apart infront of the Wrexham end and blasted his shot past Peter Begavans in the Brighton net. The game finished 1-1 which led to another 1-1 at Wrexham before Brighton won on penalties!

Worst Game

That has got to be when we played Gateshead at The Racecourse Ground in 2011, we lost 7-2 and played absolutely dreadful. Wrexham at the time were going through takeover and were trying to turf owners at the time, Geoff Mo$$ and Ian Robert$ out as they had basically nearly killed the club! A protest was going on off the pitch in the stands which probably affected the players at the time.

Best Ground

Wembley Stadium - home to England, Tottenham Hotspur

For me and probably any other football fan who has visited there, the best ground has got to be Wembley Stadium.
I have been there twice supporting Wrexham, both in the same year...
We played there in March 2013 in the FA Trophy Final, which is basically the non-leagues version of the FA Cup. We took on Grimsby Town, both teams were battling for the league title at the time so this game proved to be a bit of a distraction really, but a good distraction in a way as the prize for winning this match was huge as there was a lot of prize money at stake to win.

35,000 fans attended the game altogether, 18,672 of them being Wrexham, which was spectacular especially when the weather conditions in Wrexham were the worst the town has seen in a decade as there were in some area's 50cm's of snow, and that was on the roads! 80 coaches managed to get to London which took just over 4 and a half hours and allWrexham fans were in good spirits.
Andy Cook put Grimsby infront early in the second half through but then Wrexham captain Dean Keates was cropped inside the 18 yard box and Wrexham were given a penalty kick, up stepped Kevin Thornton to put it away to make it 1-1! Smoke bombs and flares were going off in the Wrexham end as our half of the stadium errupted!
Then the teams could not be split after extra time even though Wrexham dominated the whole affair!
Adrian Cieslewicz, Danny Wright, Chris Westwood all scored there penalty kicks for Wrexham and Hatton, Brodie missed theres for Grimsby with Colbeck scoring Grimsby's one, Wrexham needed to score there next to win the FA Trophy Final, up stepped young John Hunt, left back for the match as vice captain Neil Ashton was out injured, he placed it into the corner and the fans were jubilant!
The next time we went there just a month later we took near enough 10,000 fans to the Play-Off Final to get into League 2, we took so little due to the expensive ticket prices and the novalty of Wembley had worn off on the part time fans. We lost 2-0 to Newport, the only thing we lacked were a striker, if we had a goalscorer we would of won the game simple as that.

Worst Ground

Holker Street - home to Barrow

I visited Holker Street on a cold Tuesday night in March 2013 for a Wrexham league fixture. I went with four others in a car and lets just say I won't be rushing back to the place in a hurry. The place is a tip, not just the ground. Run down, imprisoned and awful are just a few things that come to mind. Graffiti everywhere to be seen, the only thing there was chavs, drunks and drug users. Horrible place, thank god we won the match 1-0 thanks to Kevin Thornton in the 78th minute after Jay Harris got sent off for us on the hour mark.

 

67 Grounds Visited to Watch Football

#GroundTeam(s)Rating# VisitsMileageTot Mileage
1Afoneitha RoadPenycae and Wrexham Women0.5 star199
2AggboroughKidderminster Harriers, West Bromwich Albion Development and Worcester City3.5 stars1113113
3AnfieldLiverpool and Everton5.0 stars15252
4Bastion RoadPrestatyn Town1.5 stars15252
5Blundell ParkGrimsby Town3.0 stars1254254
6Bootham CrescentYork City and Middlesbrough Development3.0 stars1202202
7Brymbo Sports ComplexBrymbo and Brymbo Victoria0.5 star144
8Clappers LaneGresford Athletic0.5 star155
9Court RoadBrickfield Rangers1.0 star122
10Cressing Road (Amlin Stadium)Braintree Town and Braintree Town Reserves2.0 stars1342342
11Dean RoadBorras Park Albion0.5 star133
12DeesideGap Connah's Quay2.0 stars12424
13Edgar StreetHereford FC and Hereford United3.0 stars1139139
14Edgeley ParkStockport County3.5 stars18484
15Ewen FieldsHyde United and FC United of Manchester--19595
16Falmer Stadium (The American Express Community Stadium)Brighton & Hove Albion4.5 stars1392392
17Field MillMansfield Town3.0 stars1150150
18Gander Green LaneSutton Common Rovers, Sutton United and Tamil Eelam1.0 star1332332
19Globe Way StadiumBuckley Town1.5 stars11818
20Gresty Road (The Alexandra Stadium)Crewe Alexandra and Crewe Alexandra Development3.5 stars14747
21Griffin ParkBrentford4.0 stars1315315
22Haig Avenue (Merseyrail Community Stadium)Everton Development, Everton Ladies and Southport2.5 stars18181
23Highbury StadiumFleetwood Town3.5 stars1119119
24Holker StreetBarrow1.0 star1149149
25Kenilworth RoadLuton Town1.0 star1270270
26Liberty WayNuneaton Borough3.0 stars1150150
27Llanelian RoadColwyn Bay1.5 stars16666
28Maes TegidBala Town2.5 stars15353
29Memorial Playing FieldsRuthin Town0.5 star12727
30Moss LaneAltrincham, Altrincham Reserves and FC United of Manchester3.0 stars17272
31Moss RoseMacclesfield Town3.5 stars17777
32NantporthBangor City2.5 stars19898
33North Street (The Impact Arena)Alfreton Town, Alfreton Town Reserves and Nottingham Forest Development3.0 stars1135135
34NortholmeGainsborough Trinity and Gainsborough Trinity Reserves2.5 stars1191191
35Old TraffordManchester United5.0 stars18282
36Park AvenueAberystwyth Town3.0 stars1127127
37Park HallOswestry Town, St Martins, The New Saints and The New Saints Ladies3.0 stars12525
38Pengelli Playing FieldsCoedpoeth United0.5 star155
39Plaskynaston LaneCefn Mawr Rangers, Plas Madoc and Cefn Druids AFC3.0 stars11313
40Prenton ParkLiverpool Development, Liverpool Ladies and Tranmere Rovers3.5 stars14444
41Princes ParkDartford, London City Lionesses, Millwall Development, Thamesmead Town and Greenwich Borough3.5 stars1353353
42Raydale ParkGretna 2008--1269269
43Rivacre ParkNeston Nomads, Vauxhall Motors and Vauxhall Motors Reserves2.0 stars13434
44Rodney ParadeNewport County3.0 stars1203203
45Sincil BankLincoln City3.5 stars1205205
46Stansty ParkLex Glyndwr0.5 star111
47Stonebridge RoadEbbsfleet United2.0 stars1358358
48The Abbey StadiumCambridge United and Cambridge Regional College3.5 stars1289289
49The AirfieldAirbus UK Broughton and Airbus UK Broughton Youth2.0 stars11616
50The Darlington ArenaDarlington and Middlesbrough Development3.5 stars1234234
51The Deva StadiumChester City and Chester FC0.5 star12020
52The DunksVentrue Community0.5 star133
53The HiveBarnet and London Bees--1304304
54The International StadiumGateshead3.5 stars1288288
55The King Power StadiumLeicester City4.5 stars1167167
56The Kingfield StadiumSheerwater, Woking and Hayes & Yeading United--1318318
57The Lamb GroundBurton Albion Ladies, Tamworth and Aston Villa Ladies1.0 star1124124
58The New Bucks HeadAFC Telford United and Wolverhampton Wanderers Development4.0 stars16565
59The New LawnForest Green Rovers and Gloucester City3.0 stars1198198
60The Pirelli StadiumBurton Albion3.0 stars1119119
61The Racecourse GroundWrexham5.0 stars100
62The ShayFC Halifax Town--1131131
63Tower FieldLlangollen Town1.0 star11818
64Twerton ParkBath City, Team Bath and Bristol Rovers3.0 stars1237237
65Victoria ParkHartlepool United3.5 stars1269269
66Victoria StadiumNorthwich Victoria3.0 stars15252
67Wembley StadiumEngland and Tottenham Hotspur5.0 stars1310310
Total9,0039,134

4 Grounds Visited for Tours/Non-Football

#GroundTeam(s)Rating
1AnfieldLiverpool and Everton5.0 stars
2Old TraffordManchester United5.0 stars
3The City of Manchester Stadium - Etihad StadiumManchester City--
4The Racecourse GroundWrexham5.0 stars

 

4 Countries Visited to Watch Football

#Country
1England
2Scotland
3Tamil Eelam
4Wales

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