FANS and players celebrate after Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney led Wrexham back into the Football League.
The pair — who paid £2million for the club in 2020 — partied with supporters after winning 3-1 on Saturday.
Reynolds even demanded goalie Ben Foster’s match shirt and did not care when told: “It stinks by the way, it absolutely stinks.”
Ryan, who bought the club with McElhenney for £2m in 2020, said yesterday’s victory had left him “somewhere between giggling and sobbing” as he shared pictures online.
McElhenney said becoming co-owner of Wrexham had been “the honour of my life.”
Fan Cali Howet, 11, said: “I can’t believe we won the league – but we all knew it would happen. It’s amazing – I love Ryan and Rob, they’ve done so much for the city.”
Even the Prince of Wales joined in the celebrations, tweeting: “Congratulations Wrexham AFC.
“A club with such amazing history, looking forward to a very exciting future back in the Football League. Doing Wales proud.”