After the release of new documentary ‘Welcome to Wrexham’, the Red Dragons travel to Woking on Saturday afternoon looking to build momentum in their title charge.

Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney’s team will be in the public eye again this weekend, with growing interest in the Hollywood duo’s football escapades.

When is Woking vs Wrexham?

Our coverage from the Kingfield Stadium gets underway at 5pm (5.20pm KO) on Saturday 27 August, live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate on TV.

The match is also available to live stream on the BT Sport app or right here on - full details below.

How to watch Woking vs Wrexham on your mobile

Watch on the go with the BT Sport app with a link to the live stream available at the top of the homepage when our coverage gets underway.

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It's available to download for free on iOS and Android phones and tablets; and offers far more than just live streaming options.

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Woking vs Wrexham match preview

There is obvious pressure on Wrexham to finish top of the National League this season given the investment in the squad since the high-profile takeover.

Reynolds and McElhenney’s involvement has allowed the club to sign the likes of Paul Mullin, who netted a hat-trick in a 5-0 win against Maidstone last weekend, Elliott Lee and Ollie Palmer, all from League One.

That quality means Wrexham are favourites heading into almost every National League game, but Woking won’t make life easy.


Darren Sarll’s side have won both of their home games so far this season and made some shrewd signings of their own over the summer, including striker Padraig Amond from Newport County.

There could be more eyes than normal on Wrexham’s fortunes after the release of ‘Welcome to Wrexham’, a documentary following the club after the arrival of Reynolds and McElhenney.

Manager Phil Parkinson has plenty of responsibility on his shoulders and has guided his side to fifth in the early standings. But expectations are now high in North Wales and anything less than a win will be a disappointment.

Phil Parkinson

What if I can't watch the game live?

No problem. A highlights package of the clash will be made available to all shortly after the game on both the BT Sport app and We'll also publish in-game clips throughout the 90 minutes.

There will also be several opportunities to watch the match in full on TV and online after the event. For more information on the latest listings, check out our TV Guide.