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The Racecourse Ground (Welsh: Y Cae Ras) is a stadium located in Wrexham, North Wales. It is the home of the oldest Football League club Wrexham F.C. in Wales and, since 2010, the Celtic Crusaders rugby league team who play in the engage Super League. In the past, the ground has also seen rugby union, cricket, horse racing and concerts performed before large crowds.
The stadium is recognised as the world's oldest international football stadium by Guinness World Records.
The Racecourse is the largest stadium in North Wales and the fifth largest in Wales. The ground is sometimes used by the FAW for Wales' home international games. The ground is also used by Scarlets rugby union team, and formerly Liverpool F.C. Reserves. There are also ideas to install under soil heating at The Racecourse, after Wrexham had not played a game in 49 days between 6 December 2009 and 17 January 2010.
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