Wrexham AFC: Fleur Robinson named chief executive

Wrexham AFC: Fleur Robinson named chief executive

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I would like to take this opportunity to welcome Fleur Robinson to the Wrexham AFC family and hope she has every success in her new role.

These are exciting times for everyone involved with the club and this seems like a good time to finally finish the book I have been working on since 2015 on Wrexham’s time in the Football League from 1921 – 2008.

I hope Mrs Robinson can work to make the Racecourse an accessible venue for all football fans.


Wrexham have named Burton Albion commercial director Fleur Robinson as their new chief executive.

Robinson will join Wrexham on 1 June, 2021 after ending her role at Burton.

The appointment is the latest off-field development at the National League club now owned by Hollywood actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.

“Fleur’s enthusiasm just shone through,” Reynolds said. McElhenney added that Robinson “will be a great leader for Wrexham.”

Robinson added that it was a tough decision to leave Burton.

“There are not many jobs that would have pulled me away from Burton Albion, a club I have helped develop from the second tier of non-league to two seasons in the Championship, but the prospect of joining Wrexham at the start of what I believe is about to be an incredible new era for the club was too exciting to pass up,” she said.

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