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How to watch Welcome to Wrexham season 3

How to watch Welcome to Wrexham season 3

The first episodes of Welcome to Wrexham's third season are available to watch now.

The third season of the hit documentary 'Welcome to Wrexham', starring Wrexham co-owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, has been released in the UK.

The documentary follows the Hollywood pair's ownership of the Red Dragons, with season two profiling the club's promotion back to League Two after winning the National League.

Season three, therefore, focuses on Wrexham's maiden League Two season as they look to secure back-to-back promotions.

Notable events in the season include the signing of James McClean from Wigan, Ben Foster's high-profile retirement from football, Paul Mullin's serious injury suffered against Manchester United in pre-season, and the ultimate joy of promotion.

At this point, it is unclear how many episodes will release, although it is expected to be a far shorter season than season two (18 episodes) and season one (15 episodes).

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Currently, four episodes have been announced, with the first two episodes, which cover the early parts of the season, already available to watch. But how can fans watch it?

'Welcome to Wrexham' is available to watch in the UK through Disney+, which also streamed the first two seasons of the documentary.

Viewers can sign up to Disney+ by following this link.

Wrexham fans can sign up to Disney+ from just £4.99 per month, which is a standard subscription with adverts.

A standard subscription without the adverts comes in at £7.99 per month, while the premium subscription costs £10.99 a month.

And fans who subscribe to Disney+ for a year can get 12 months for the price of 10 in comparison to standard or premium viewers.

The synopsis for the documentary reads: "Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds run Wrexham Football Club as they try to create an underdog story the world can root for.

"From Hollywood to Wales, the docuseries tracks their crash course in ownership and the interwoven fates of a team and a town."

Featured Image Credit: Getty

Topics: Wrexham, Football, Ryan Reynolds, Rob McElhenney