Ryan Reynolds' Wrexham have revealed they will be sponsored next season by his wife, Blake Lively and her beverage company Betty Buzz, following their promotion back to the Football League.
The Red Dragons finally made the jump back to the EFL after a 15-year absence, securing the National League title with a dramatic 3-1 win over Boreham Wood back in April.
Reynolds, who bought the Welsh based club back in 2021 alongside fellow actor Rob McElhenney, has in the past sponsored Wrexham through one of his own businesses Aviation Gin.
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And now his wife Lively is getting in on the act too, with her drinks company Betty Buzz set to become the official training kit sponsor of both Wrexham's male and female sides for next season.
"The owners of Wrexham AFC reached out to me through official channels," Lively said jokingly in a club statement.
"Our team had, of course, heard of Wrexham AFC but once we officially learned about their refreshing vision, we knew it was the right official fit for our refreshing sparkling beverage. Officially."
Additionally, Betty Buzz will also take over the naming rights of the Racecourse Ground's hospitality suite, as well as sponsor Wrexham's pre-season tour to the USA in the summer.
And it's safe to say excitement is building around the Racecourse Ground following their announcement that Lively and Betty Buzz will be getting involved with the Red Dragons for next season.
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One fan on Twitter wrote: "Good form. Good fashion. Good taste." Another wrote: "This club makes me so proud I am hyped for the new season."
A third said: "Oooooo love the design. Next purchase lined up."
A fourth commented: "This is fab buzz buzz buzzing news."
The announcement from the club makes clear Betty Buzz will become the official training kit sponsor of Wrexham, meaning it is entirely possible they will have a new main shirt sponsor for their first season back in the Football League.
The Red Dragons two-year deal with social media company TikTok ends this summer, which could see Reynolds and McElhenney utilise their A-list status to rope in a major sponsor for the club in the near future.
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