Here is where you can find all the information on FX’s newest documentary, Welcome to Wrexham, on TV.

This documentary highlights Wrexham AFC, a club in the fifth tier of the English soccer pyramid. In late 2020, actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney took over ownership of the club, despite having no prior knowledge of soccer ownership. Eventually, they find out that the club is a symbol of the city. The soccer club provides hope for a community that desperately needs it. However, Reynolds and McElhenney do not exactly carry an air of expertise in sports ownership.

Therein lies the premise of the show. A pair of famous actors take over the third oldest professional club in the world and try to lead it back to glory. Boardwalk Pictures, the same production company responsible for Netflix’s Last Chance U, produced Welcome to Wrexham.


The five-part docuseries event airs on FX starting this Wednesday.

Where to find Welcome to Wrexham on TV

The first episode of the docuseries is available on FX on Wednesday, August 24, at 10 p.m. ET.

This is just over an hourlong broadcast featuring the first two episodes, each spanning around 30 minutes. After this Wednesday’s showing, the remaining episodes for the docuseries air each Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET to match. In total, there are a total of 10 episodes, with two episodes airing each of those Wednesdays. Therefore, the last episodes air on September 21.

FX is available on a number of cable, satellite and streaming services. One of those is fuboTV, which you can subscribe to for $69.99 per month.

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You can also access FX via Hulu or YouTube TV. For Hulu subscribers, you do not have to watch the live broadcasts of Welcome to Wrexham. Episodes of FX shows are available on Hulu the day after they air for the first time.

Therefore, the first two episodes are available on demand on Hulu at 5 a.m. ET on Thursday if you miss the original broadcast on Wednesday night.