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Parking at Wrexham FC's Racecourse Ground

The Racecourse Ground

Most visitors arrive at The Racecourse via the convenient A483.  The stadium floodlights dominate the area both during the daytime and for games played after dark. Following the signs after leaving the slip-road and reaching the second roundabout, either turn left for the retail park, right for the area around B&Q, or use the spacious car park adjacent to the ground at Glyndwr University.

Next to the ground

Parking adjacent to Wrexham Football GroundParking for a match at The Racecourse is relatively a lot easier than at many other grounds.  After leaving the A483 at the Mold Road Junction (A541) you will see the grounds floodlights in the distance. Follow signs for Glyndwr University and town centre (also yellow Football Car Park signs.  Glyndwr University is situated immediately adjacent to the ground where parking can be found on match days for a small charge (£3).

There is ample parking here even when a large attendance is expected but do expect a ten minute wait after the game due to congestion.

Speed camera There is a brightly coloured two-way speed camera outside Wrexham football ground near the away end.

Maesgwyn Hall

Directly opposite the Glyndwr University car park, on the other side of the road, there is parking to be found priced at £2 at the Maesgwyn Hall. Here you will find a very convenient burger van, selling an assortment of hot food and cold refreshments. A burger starting from £2.20. The Mesgwyn Hall is open to visiting supporters - but can get very busy. Especially with a pint of Wrexham Lager costing just £2!

Plas Coch Retail Park

The Racecourse ground’s floodlights are clearly visible from the A483.  Taking junction A541 (sign posted Wrexham/Mold) turn left at the second roundabout after Home Base.  Park your car on one of the side roads on the Plas Coch Retail Park.  Parking is free, and you have easy access to the Plas Coch pub and Sainsbury’s for cash machines, food, and off licence.

A word of warning, Sainsbury’s frowns upon football parking and Aldi’s supermarket operates a clamping system.  Slight congestion can be expected after a game.

Berse Road Retail Park (B&Q)

Motorists should avoid parking at B&Q due to the store wheel- clamping staying longer than the permitted two hours

Parking charges apply at Wrexham General Railway Station which is conveniently only a 5 minute walk to the stadium.  Parking tickets priced £2.60 can be purchased from a machine located outside the terminal.  But ample parking (£2) can be found on the opposite side of the road adjacent to the railway bridge

Railway Station

Parking charges apply at Wrexham General Railway Station which is conveniently only a 5 minute walk to the stadium.  Parking tickets priced £3.50 can be purchased from a machine located outside the terminal.  There are 64 car parking spaces which include 4 disabled bays.

Disabled spaces

There are 22 onsite parking spaces available for disabled supporters situated between the Eric Roberts Builders Stand and the Greene King Mold Road Stand.  Access is on Mold Road (next to the yellow speed camera), with entry to the Mold Road Stand at turnstile 30.  There are 45 wheelchair spaces for both home and visiting supporters.  Pitch view is ground level. Pre-booking is essential.  Please telephone 01978 351332 for full details.

There are two specifically adapted toilets in this stand and a specific wheelchair friendly refreshments kiosk.

For further information on The Racecourse please also visit the National Association of Disabled Supporters (NADS) website

Side streets around the ground

Parking is generally restricted to local residents. Some spaces can be found just passed the ground and Turf pub.   The first right leads into Maesgwyn Road, whilst the first left (past the Vauxhall car sales and railway bridge) leads into Crispin Lane.

Wrexham town centre

Parking in Wrexham town centre, especially on a Saturday, should be avoided.  A new one-way system is in operation and parking is limited. To view the Wrexham County Council town centre parking map please click here.

Speed Cameras

Speed camera The A483 is a notorious speed trap so slow down, arrive alive and save yourself a fine and points on your licence.  Please note that on the A483 the bridge above the Rossett/Llay slip road is a regular haunt for mobile speed cameras.  For an up to date database for speed cameras please Click here – for the mobile and static guide for speed cameras in the Wrexham area please click here.

 

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