#WxmAnorak Season Review | Team Records

Final League Position
Came 4th, our highest league position since finishing 2nd in 2011-12 and equalling our second highest finish in the National League.

Final Points Total
Equal second highest points total in club’s history if not adjusted for three points for a win.

Equal third highest points total in club’s history if adjusted for three points for a win.

Defensive records
Equalled the club record for most clean sheets in a season in all competitions, 26 in 1973-4.

 

Rob Lainton kept more league clean sheets than any Wrexham goalkeeper has in a season – 21


Fourth least home league goals conceded since joining Football League.

Second least home goals conceded in a 46-game season.

 

Equal 2nd fewest goals conceded in a league season since joining Football League.

Equal 12th fewest goals conceded in a league season.

Wins in a Season
Most home wins in a season since 1969-70.

Equal 3rd most home league wins in a season.


Most away league wins (8) since 2014-15.

Most league wins (25) since 2011-12.

Defeats in a Season
Equal ninth least home defeats in a 46-game season.

Play-Off Record
Fifth time Wrexham have taken part in post-season play-offs. We have never been promoted through the play-offs.

First Wins
Dover Athletic, Harrogate Town, Havant & Waterlooville, Salford City, Weston Super Mare

Miscellaneous
Won 2 penalties this season, the fewest since 2910-11.

Wrexham were last awarded a penalty at The Racecourse on 27/1/18 (Chris Holroyd scored – Tranmere (h) 2-2).

Wrexham won on Good Friday (Sutton (h) 1-0) for the first time since April 1974 (Cambridge United (h) 2-1). Also, Wrexham’s first win on Good Friday in the National League (P4 W1 D1 L2) and the first time Wrexham have avoided defeat in a National League home match on Good Friday.

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