Here’s how to watch every Wrexham game online, wherever you are, via a live stream.
“Welcome to Wrexham” season 2 is officially over and season 3 is coming in April. But Wrexham’s current season of football started months ago. And spoiler warning it won’t be in the English National League this year. Instead, Wrexham are playing in the English Football League Two after securing automatic promotion via winning the National League last season.,output

So, if “Welcome to Wrexham” isn’t enough of The Red Dragons for you, then you’re in the right place. We’re here to show you how to watch Wrexham A.F.C. live streams of every game possible. And don’t worry if you’re out of town — because you can watch it all from anywhere with a VPN.

Who are Wrexham playing next?
Right now, Wrexham are playing in just one competition that you can watch from most places — the English Football League Two. This is the fourth and bottom tier of the professional English football league system. Winning the League Two trophy, or making it into one of the coveted promotion spots via the Football League Two playoff would represent another major step forward in Wrexham’s ultimate goal of one day playing in the Premier League.

Wrexham vs Forest Green: Tomorrow (Sat. April 13)
► Time: 3 p.m. BST / 10 a.m. ET / 7 a.m. PT / 1 a.m. AEDT (April 14)
• U.S. — Watch on iFollow
• U.K. — Listen on iFollow
• Watch anywhere — try ExpressVPN 100% risk free

Wrexham’s next match in League Two is at home against bottom-of-the-table Forest Green Rovers. The game is scheduled for Saturday (April 13), and it’s a huge match for the Red Dragons as they could seal promotion to the third-tier of English football with a win so long as results elsewhere fall in their favor.

Unfortunately, Wrexham have crashed out of the Carabao Cup — also known as the League Cup. This tournament combines every English football team from League Two, League One, the Championship and the Premier League in a single competition. Wrexham exited in the second round after losing to fellow League Two side Bradford City on penalties after extra time.

Wrexham are also now out of the English Football League Trophy after a 3-2 second round loss to Burton. This tournament is a tier below the Carabao Cup and FA Cup and is comprised of EFL League One and EFL League Two teams, as well as the under-21 teams of Premier League and EFL Championship teams.

And sadly, Wrexham’s run in the FA Cup has ended this year. Wrexham managed to do a bit of giant killing with a 1-0 win over Shrewsbury in this tournament that encompasses every professional football club in England but EFL Championship side Blackburn Rovers was too much for the Red Dragons to overcome. They lost to Blackburn 4-1 in the fourth round.

Ironically, in the U.K., only a select number of matches will be broadcast live due to broadcast regulations in the U.K. But for those of you in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand, you’ll be able to watch every Wrexham League Two match (sorry, Brits).

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