Welcome to Wrexham is an American Sports Documentary (2022-Present). Welcome to Wrexham Season 2 cast: Ryan Reynolds, Rob McElhenney, King Charles III. Welcome to Wrexham Season 2 Release Date: 12 September 2023 (FX). Welcome to Wrexham Season 2 Episodes: 15. The series chronicles the history that led to the creation of Welsh soccer club Wrexham AFC and its owners Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds.
It also documents their efforts to bring the club back into existence and, of course, their interactions with the local Wrexham community throughout the process. Welcome to Wrexham Season 2 will be released on FX on 12 September 2023.
The program included a mix of the town as well as the football team. It also showed the commitment of the stars to supporting the community of Wrexham. The program, “Welcome to Wrexham was created through Boardwalk Pictures and Maximum Effort.
Welcome to Wrexham Season 2 Plot:
Documentaries detailing the acquisition and management of Wrexham AFC, one of professional football’s oldest clubs. owned by two Hollywood actors, Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.
Welcome to Wrexham Season 2 Detail:
TV Series: Welcome to Wrexham Season 2
Main Stars: Ryan Reynolds, Rob McElhenney, King Charles III
Genres: Documentary, Sport
Country: United States
Release Date: 12 September 2023 (FX)
IMDb Rating: 8.2/10
The Independent Rating: 2/5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 87%
Google Rating: 90% liked this TV show
Filming locations: Wrexham, Wales, UK
Also known As: 小球會大明星, Welcome to Wrexham Season 2
Welcome to Wrexham Season 2 Cast:
Ryan Reynolds As Self – Co-Chairman, Wrexham AFC
Rob McElhenney As Self – Co-Chairman, Wrexham AFC
Phil Parkinson As Self – Manager, Wrexham AFC
Humphrey Ker As Self
Wayne Jones As Self – Owner, The Turf
Shaun Harvey As Self – Adviser to the Board, Wrexham AFC
Shaun Winter As Self – Wrexham Supporter
Paul Mullin As Self – Wrexham Forward
Jordan Davies As Self – Wrexham Midfielder
Rob Lainton As Self – Wrexham Goalkeeper
Christian Dibble As Self – Wrexham Goalkeeper
Michael Hett As Self – Lead Singer, The Declan Swans
Aaron Hayden As Self – Wrexham Defender
Kerry Evans As Self – Wrexham AFC Disability Liason Officer
Mark Griffiths As Self – Voice of Wrexham Football
Ollie Palmer As Self – Wrexham Forward
Ben Tozer As Self – Wrexham Defender
Mark Jones As Self – Guitarist, The Declan Swans
Ben Jones As Self – Drummer, The Declan Swans
Steve Parkin As Self – Assistant Manager Wrexham AFC
King Charles III As Self – King of England
Millie Tipping As Self – Wrexham AFC Supporter
Lisa Gache As Self – Etiquette Coach
Anthony Forde As Self – Wrexham Midfielder
Amanda Kinsey As Self – NIghtingale House Hospice
Elliot Lee As Self – Wrexham Midfielder
Neil Roberts As Self – Wrexham AFC Legend
Sam Dalby As Self – Wrexham Forward
Jacob Mendy As Self – Wrexham Defender
Mark Howard As Self – Wrexham Goalkeeper
Aidan Davison As Self – Wrexham Goalkeeping Coach
Jordan Tunnicliffe As Self – Wrexham Defender
Dixie McNeil As Self – Wrexham AFC Legend
Phil Salmon As Self – AEC Engineering
Alison Tipping As Self – Millie’s Mother
Wrexham AFC was formed in 1864, making it one of the oldest football clubs. However, it has been struggling for a long time within the country’s lower divisions. They are currently in the National League, which is the fifth division of the country which they have been playing for the last 13 seasons. When Reynolds and McElhenney took over the club, they climbed into the top of the league. In addition, they were the only team in the National League to reach the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Ryan Reynolds, Rob McElhenney, and King Charles III are the main cast of Welcome to Wrexham Season 2. The series chronicles their journey as they lead the oldest soccer club of professional associations in the world.
Through the documentary series, Ryan and Rob bring to the attention of the world the thrill and excitement of running a sports establishment within Europe. This is because there was no professional football at the level of Wales and, since 1921, it became part of what was at the seven divisions of England as well as Cardiff and Swansea City.