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Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney arrive in Wrexham for the first time since taking over the club

Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have arrived at the Wrexham Racecourse Ground for the first time since taking over the club.

The couple have been photographed taking photos with supporters and standing on the ground as they prepare to hold their first press conference for the Conference side on Thursday.

Both men have also taken to social media to talk about their first visit to North Wales.

McElhenney posted on Instagram: ‘The excitement of the moment had overwhelmed me. This whole experience has been beautiful. Thanks @wrexham_afc. ‘

Ryan Reynolds arrived at the Wrexham Racecourse Ground before his first press conference with co-owner Rob McElhenney

Ryan Reynolds arrived at the Wrexham Racecourse Ground before his first press conference with co-owner Rob McElhenney

The Deadpool star took photos with fans off the ground on Thursday.

The Deadpool star took photos with fans off the ground on Thursday.

The Deadpool star took photos with fans off the ground on Thursday.

The Hollywood star posted photos of him and McElhenney on the ground Wednesday.

The Hollywood star posted photos of him and McElhenney on the ground Wednesday.

The Hollywood star posted photos of him and McElhenney on the ground Wednesday.

Reynolds and McElhenney invested £ 2 million in the Conference side earlier this year.

Reynolds and McElhenney invested £ 2 million in the Conference side earlier this year.

Reynolds and McElhenney invested £ 2 million in the Conference side earlier this year.

Deadpool star Reynolds also wrote: “Wrexham AFC is the only place to see.”

The pair first got a taste of life as football owners when they flew to the UK and went straight to Maidenhead to watch Wrexham defeat 3-2 on Tuesday night.

Sportsmail reported that the Hollywood couple, who invested £ 2 million when they finalized the deal to buy the club, would be traveling from the United States this week to watch their first match since acquiring the club in February.

Reynolds and McElhenney are expected to appear at Wrexham's game with Torquay on Saturday.

Reynolds and McElhenney are expected to appear at Wrexham's game with Torquay on Saturday.

Reynolds and McElhenney are expected to appear at Wrexham’s game with Torquay on Saturday.

They arrived minutes before the start of the game to a barrage of camera flashes and were carefully escorted to the booth by an extensive security team.

McElhenney sported a puffy Wrexham jacket, paired with a Wrexham AFC snapback cap, while Reynolds chose a navy blue coat and a darker coat for the chilly Tuesday night game.

Things got off to a rocky start for Hollywood stars when Kane Ferdinand put Maidenhead United ahead at halftime to make it 1-0.

Ryan Reynolds (left) and Rob McElhenney (right) landed in the UK to watch their first game as Wrexham AFC owners on Tuesday, an away league game at Maidenhead United.

Ryan Reynolds (left) and Rob McElhenney (right) landed in the UK to watch their first game as Wrexham AFC owners on Tuesday, an away league game at Maidenhead United.

Ryan Reynolds (left) and Rob McElhenney (right) landed in the UK to watch their first game as Wrexham AFC owners on Tuesday, an away league game at Maidenhead United.

The Hollywood couple took their place at Maidenhead United's York Road Stadium for the game.

The Hollywood couple took their place at Maidenhead United's York Road Stadium for the game.

The Hollywood couple took their place at Maidenhead United’s York Road Stadium for the game.

Despite Wrexham losing 3-2, the pair had a photo with Maidenhead president Peter Griffin.

Despite Wrexham losing 3-2, the pair had a photo with Maidenhead president Peter Griffin.

Despite Wrexham losing 3-2, the pair had a photo with Maidenhead president Peter Griffin.

Two minutes later, things went very badly when Maidenhead scored again to make it 2-0.

When winger Bryce Hosannah was shown a direct red card for reducing Wrexham to 10 men, it seemed like a nightmare visit for the owners, but like all good Hollywood movies, there was a lot of drama to come.

Even with one player down, Wrexham wanted to impress the actors in the stands and star forward Paul Mullin cut the deficit to make it 2-1 before the break.

When play restarted in the second half, Wrexham hometown hero Jordan Davies made it 2-2 with an impressive goal from 25 yards and the owners found themselves high-fives with joy.

Both sides continued to throw everything away, but it was a pain for Reynolds and McElhenney when Josh Kelly sealed the victory for Maidenhead when he made it 3-2.

Reynolds later wrote on Instagram: “Soccer is a beautiful, heartbreaking, heartbreaking, wicked and beautiful game and I will never sleep again.”

Manager Phil Parkinson said after the loss: ‘They flew in today and they were trying to keep a low profile, but I imagine it’s quite difficult to be low profile and they let us carry on.

‘We look forward to meeting you later in the week.

The pair will visit the Racecourse Ground for the first time on Saturday against Torquay United.

The pair will visit the Racecourse Ground for the first time on Saturday against Torquay United.

The pair will visit the Racecourse Ground for the first time on Saturday against Torquay United.

‘I’m really disappointed for them because we couldn’t come out with at least one draw. But that’s football. It can be a brutal industry. ‘

Many expected that match to be Saturday’s visit from Torquay United, but they were surprised when they showed up at York Road in Maidenhead.

Reynolds and McElhenney were determined to make their first visit together, rather than individually, but due to their schedules it proved difficult.

Travel plans from the United States and Canada thwarted an earlier attempt last season.

But with Reynolds last week announcing that he will be taking a year off following the conclusion of filming for the upcoming Christmas movie Spirited, and McElhenney ending season 15 of his It’s Always Sunny show in Philadelphia, a space appeared for them to visit. On tuesday night.

It’s been an uneven start to the season for Wrexham, led by former Bolton and Sunderland boss Phil Parkinson, as they rank 11th, 13th adrift of league leaders Grimsby Town.

Reynolds and McElhenney have become 'obsessed' with the team

Reynolds and McElhenney have become 'obsessed' with the team

They recently drove fans crazy with a series of posts on TikTok.

They recently drove fans crazy with a series of posts on TikTok.

Reynolds and McElhenney are transforming the fifth-tier soccer team into a ‘global force’

Reynolds and McElhenney sealed their acquisition of the National League team in February, buying it from the Wrexham Supporters’ Trust.

They immediately invested £ 2 million in the club and their profile as co-chairs has seen sponsors such as TikTok and Expedia recruited as official partners.

When asked why he got involved, Reynolds said The Telegraph: ‘I’m proud to say it was never a joke.

“We take the growth and construction of Wrexham AFC and Wrexham the community very seriously.

“In a city like Wrexham, if the football club is going to do very well, the community has to do very well.”

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