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Wrexham's historic Racecourse Ground will be known as The SToK Cae Ras - or SToK Racecourse after selling the stadium's naming rights to the American cold brew brand.
The brand's sponsorship of the one of the world's oldest international football stadiums is the latest brand partnership that the Welsh club has announced since their landmark promotion in April.
The League Two outfit are in the process of redeveloping the ground after co-owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney's plans for a new 5,500-seater stand at the stadium were greenlit by Wrexham County Borough Council in November 2018.
The renovations are part of a planned £18million revamp of the club's matchday facilities that Reynolds and McElhenney have planned since taking over the then-National League side in a £2m deal in 2021.
Reynolds and McElhenney have won widespread plaudits for their root-and-branch investment in the club since the takeover that has not paid dividends on the pitch, but helped raise the club's profile internationally and boosted revenue streams.
Rob McElhenney (left) and Ryan Reynolds announced Wrexham's new stadium sponsor
The ground will be known as the The STōK Cae Ras - or STōK Racecourse from July 1
The club has received substantial investment from the Hollywood co-owners, who were there to hoist the trophy aloft when Wrexham topped the National League in April
The Disney+ 'Welcome to Wrexham' docu-series that followed the club's journey through their first campaign after the takeover has helped the side gain widespread recognition in the US, where Phil Parkinson's side will play their summer tour in