WREXHAM'S co-owners Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds have hooked up again with their favourite trailer maker.

Ifor Williams Trailers have signed a new deal to continue as the shorts sponsor of Wrexham AFC which is co-owned by the A-list stars.

The agreement was announced as the historic club – the third oldest in the world - prepares for life back in the English Football League after more than a decade in the non-league doldrums.

But the relationship between the club and Ifor Williams Trailers, with manufacturing plants near Corwen and at Deeside, goes back even further.

Europe’s largest trailer maker first started backing Wrexham in 2016 when it was a much less glamorous prospect and they are now the longest-serving kit sponsor.

Rob and Ryan announced their successful takeover in 2020 with a hillarious video pitching their sponsor's trailers. 

For the past two years, Ifor Williams Trailers have been the club’s official shorts sponsor, having previously been the main front-of-shirt sponsor.

The shorts deal has now been extended for another year and the firm will remain as the club’s official trailer partner.

Carole Williams, Director of Ifor Williams Trailers, said: “A huge number of our staff across all our sites are diehard Wrexham supporters and they are living the dream, having enjoyed and endured every twist and turn of last season which ended so dramatically with Wrexham finally getting back to the promised land of league football.

“The reason we started sponsoring the club back in 2016 was that its community based values were a perfect fit for our own ethos.

“Although many things have changed since Rob and Ryan took over, those core values are still embedded and are at the heart of Wrexham.

“This is the beginning of a new golden era for this historic club and we can now dream of climbing up through the leagues, hopefully all the way to the Premiership.”

Wrexham AFC Club Captain Ben Tozer said: “We’re really pleased that Ifor Williams Trailers are carrying on as short sponsors for another year. It’s fantastic for the club.

“It's not just Rob and Ryan and the players on the pitch that helped the team go up. It's the fans, it's the sponsors, it's the staff and everyone else as well - so having good sponsors and us wearing the kit with pride is a big thing.“