They've done it! Wrexham have sealed back-to-back promotions after an historic afternoon at the Racecourse.

The Red Dragons will be playing League One football next season, after a 6-0 win secured a huge victory against Forest Green Rovers, thanks to two goals from Paul Mullin, and goals from Elliott Lee, Ryan Barnett and Jack Marriott. Ryan Inniss scored an own goal for the visitors.

Wrexham needed MK Dons to fail to win in their home match against Mansfield Town and for Barrow to fail to win away to Gillingham. MK Dons lost their game 4-1, whilst Barrow lost 3-0 to Gillingham, after having George Ray sent off in the 22nd minute.

Wrexham's win was emphatic. Elliot Lee opened the scoring before Paul Mullin scored twice, either side of Ryan Inniss’ own goal, as Wrexham hit four before the break, with Ryan Barnett and Jack Marriott finding the net in the second half.

Follow the latest live updates from today's action here.

Ryan Barnett's stunning strike

It was a six goal thriller, but surely Ryan Barnett's goal was the pick of the bunch. Here's another look at that stunning strike in all of its glory.

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Stunning footage captures pitch invasion

Rob Nicholls has posted this stunning video on X capturing the pitch invasion at The Racecourse from a different angle.

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Ryan Reynolds: 'Wrexham is magic'

In a touching message to a fan, Ryan Reynolds has described Wrexham as 'magic'.

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'A very special day'

Wrexham AFC's head of medical, Kevin Mulholland, described today's heroics as "very special".

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Eoghan O'Connell: 'We're only just getting started'

Wrexham defender Eoghan O'Connell has described promotion as an "incredible achievement."

He said: "It's an incredible achievement. These things never really sink until the next couple of days, or even weeks. Winning is tough, and to do it back to back is an incredible achievement for the team and the club.

"When you move in football, you get a feel for if you're at the right club within days, and within a couple of days of signing here I knew I had made a good decision. It's been incredible, I've loved every minute of it, and we're only just getting started on this journey."

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Elliott Lee: 'We knew we could do it in this league'

Wrexham midfielder Elliott Lee has reacted to the club clinching automatic promotion, explaining how he and his fellow players believed they could achieve great things in League Two after being promoted last year.

He said: "It's incredible. It's why I joined the club in the first place. It's an incredible feeling to know that all the hard work has paid off over the last two years. It's what we all wanted, we knew we could do it in this league. We went about our business and it's an incredible feeling - it's why I joined this special club."

Elliott Lee celebrates promotion (Image: Getty Images)
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Phil Parkinson: 'I'm immensely proud'

Wrexham manager Phil Parkinson has spoken of his pride at the club's achievement, and paid credit to the fans for "keeping the belief".

He said: "I'm immensely proud of everyone connected with the club, because it's not easy to get back-to-back promotions. It's been a huge team effort from everyone who works at the club, the owners, all the staff, every single player has made a contribution, and the supporters as well. They have stuck with us.

"It hasn't always been plain sailing because it is a tough league and we had an indifferent start, but through tough times they stayed with us, kept the belief, and they deserve this moment tonight."

Manager of Wrexham Phil Parkinson is all smiles at full time (Image: Getty Images)
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Paul Mullin even sang a song to the crowd to celebrate!

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More photos showing fans celebrating on the pitch

A young fan celebrates Wrexham's triumphant promotion (Image: Jake Kirkman/REX/Shutterstock)
Ollie Palmer was right amongst it! (Image: Jake Kirkman/REX/Shutterstock)
It was a time to celebrate (Image: Jake Kirkman/REX/Shutterstock)
Some waved Welsh flags and others took photos (Image: Jake Kirkman/REX/Shutterstock)
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Fair to say that Paul Mullin is happy!

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Former striker congratulates Wrexham

Former Wrexham striker Lee Trundle has congratulated his former club on promotion.

He wrote:

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The party just keeps on going in the changing room!

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'We are going up!'

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Ryan Reynolds left in tears as he watches Wrexham win promotion from America

Wrexham co-owner Ryan Reynolds has been reduced to tears after his club sealed back-to-back promotions after an historic afternoon at the Racecourse.

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Ryan Reynolds pictured at The Racecourse (Image: AFP via Getty Images)
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Pictures from the celebrations

It was an unforgettable occasion at The Racecourse today as fans and players united to celebrate another massive day in the club's history.

Wrexham AFC players celebrate promotion to League One (Image: Manjit Narotra/ProSports/REX/Shutterstock)
The players celebrate the historic win (Image: Manjit Narotra/ProSports/REX/Shutterstock)
Paul Mullin and Elliott Lee toast the club's promotion (Image: Getty Images)
Manager of Wrexham Phil Parkinson is all smiles at full time (Image: Getty Images)
Wrexham fans on the pitch celebrating promotion to League One (Image: PA)
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Rob McElhenney has 'no words' to describe club's achievement

Wrexham co-owner Rob McElhenney, who watched the game from Los Angeles today, wrote on X that he had 'no words' to describe Wrexham's automatic promotion to League One.

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Stockport County also confirm promotion

League leaders Stockport have also confirmed their promotion to League One today, thanks to a 2-0 win over Wycombe.

Wrexham take on Stockport in the last game of the season in what could be a title decider, but with Stockport four points ahead of the Red Dragons and with a game in hand, they'll need them to drop points before they face each other to stand a chance.

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Party time as fans celebrate on pitch

This footage, posted on X by the RobRyanRed - Wrexham AFC Podcast account, shows fans streaming onto the pitch at The Racecourse in celebration as Status Quo's Rockin' All Over The World blares out of the speakers.

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Fans rejoice over promotion

Fans have rejoiced over the news that Wrexham's automatic promotion to League One has been confirmed.

Writing on X, Natalie Edwards wrote: "We've done it again! So, so proud! Love my hometown."

Robert Brown wrote: "Congratulations. Back to back promotions. Proof it can be done when the whole club has belief and comes together. Thoroughly deserved."

Another added: "Unbelievable what is happening here. I think back to those days as a kid on the Tech End watching Wrexham squander promotion after promotion. As a town/city it’s always needed a shot in the arm. Couldn’t be more delighted."

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History made

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Up the town!

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Wrexham seal promotion to League One

They've done it! Wrexham have officially guaranteed their place in League One next year. Gillingham have beaten Barrow 3-0, confirming Wrexham's automatic promotion.

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The fans are on the pitch

Wrexham AFC fans have streamed onto the pitch in celebration.

The Gillingham v Barrow match is still underway, but with Barrow trailing 3-0, it is surely just a matter of time before Wrexham's promotion is confirmed.

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FULL TIME - Wrexham 6 - 0 Forest Green

It's full time at the Racecourse. Wrexham AFC have won 6-0.

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And it's 4-1 to Mansfield

Mansfield Town have scored a second quick-fire goal to extend their lead to 4-1. James Gale is the goalscorer.

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Mansfield 3-1 up

Mansfield Town have extended their lead to 3-1 against MK Dons. Davis Keillor-Dunn is the goalscorer. Wrexham are nearly there.

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GOAL - Wrexham 6 - 0 Forest Green

Not content with five, Wrexham have just scored their sixth goal of the game in the 83rd minute.

Jack Marriott is the goalscorer.

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Latest score: MK Dons 1-2 Mansfield Town

There's a little over 15 minutes left of normal time in the clash between MK Dons and Mansfield Town. The score remains 2-1 to Mansfield.

If MK Dons do not win, Wrexham will surely seal automatic promotion today, with Barrow losing 3-0 and a man down at Gillingham.

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Barrow concede a third

Barrow have now gone 3-0 down against Gillingham, conceding the third in the 64th minute. Connor Mahoney was the goalscorer for the Gills.

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Barrow go 2-0 down

Barrow have conceded a second goal in their away match against Gillingham. Rory Feely scored an own goal in the 55th minute.

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