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Where to watch Wrexham games on TV and Live Stream

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Here’s how you can tune into Wrexham’s games this season from anywhere in the world.

Wrexham’s popularity has grown dramatically since Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds’ takeover in November 2020. The Red Dragons’ sensational promotion to League Two has tempted more fans around the world to watch their matches.

Let’s check out how you can access the live coverage of Wrexham’s matches this season.

The Best Choice: iFollow

Wrexham have recently unveiled their own streaming service that will enable fans from anywhere in the world to watch their games throughout the League Two season. 

If you are outside the UK, you won’t need a VPN service to access the full-season coverage. However, due to Sky Sports’ contract with EFL, the UK viewers can only watch midweek matches, games that are not on TV and don’t kick-off at 3 pm as well as Bank Holiday fixtures.

Here are the prices for an iFollow subscription this season:

Here are the iFollow prices for the 2023/24 season:

Video Season Pass – £140

Video Monthly Pass – £25

Video Match Pass – £10

TV Channels to watch Wrexham games

Inside the UK, Sky Sports remains the go-to option to watch any EFL match. You will be able to watch 20 matches from League One and Two as well as All 10 League One and League Two Play-Off matches on Sky Sports. The full list of selected games for broadcast can be found here.

If you live outside the UK, you can still watch 20 Sky Bet League One and League Two matches by subscribing to ESPN+. 

You can either sign up for the streaming service for $6.99/month or get access to it via The Disney Bundle. The latter costs $13.99/month but enables you to also watch Hulu and Disney+.

FA Cup, Leagues Cup, and EFL Trophy coverage

You won’t be able to stream any FA Cup or Leagues Cup matches via the iFollow platform. However, the package includes Wrexham’s matches in the EFL Trophy tournament.

FA Cup matches are usually broadcasted by ESPN, BBC, or ITV. 

EFL Cup is available through Sky Sports and ESPN+.

EFL Trophy football is exclusively broadcasted by Sky Sports, which will show the semi-finals and the final of the competition.