Wrexham confirms United Airlines as their latest main shirt sponsor

Wrexham confirms United Airlines as their latest main shirt sponsor

Move over TikTok, Wrexham has a new shirt sponsor in United Airlines. 

America's favorite football team signed a new deal with the U.S. airline for the upcoming 2023-24 season. 

The Welsh side will sport the kit in League Two next season. The Red Dragons won promotion after winning the National League title, ensuring their return to the English Football League after 15 years away.  

“We seek out sponsors that match the spirit of both Wrexham Association Football Club and the people of Wrexham,” said club owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.

“We could think of no better sponsor for the next phase of our quest than United Airlines. The team, town and fans around the world are united as never before and United Airlines is committed to elevating our story and journey.”

Wrexham's 23/24 Home Kit 

The 2023-24 Wrexham A.F.C. home shirt manufactured by Macron is a sartorial tribute to the team's fiery spirit. 

Bathed in the dominant hue of intense red with discreet chest-level dragon icons, it visually represents Wrexham's on-field fervor. The club's crest aligns over the heart.  

The jersey tastefully incorporates a white collar, while the sleeve cuffs adopt a touch of red and green.  

The new sponsorship is all part of rebranding as the club enters the fourth tier of English football. 

Reynolds and McEllhenney — who successfully took over the club in 2000 — also signed a deal with STōK Cold Brew Coffee to sponsor the famous Racecourse Stadium. The stadium is also increasing its seating capacity to 15,000 from 5,000.  

The Welsh club has come a long way to graduate from the Vanarama National League. With multi-millionaire Hollywood owners dedicated to the club's success and the club's continued hit T.V. show, Premier League dreams are not far from the horizon. 

Photo: Twitter/WrexhamAFC

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