Automatic promotion back into the Football League beckons as Wrexham hosts Boreham Wood on Saturday at the Racecourse Ground. A win over Boreham Wood, and the National League title will be Wrexham’s, including automatic promotion to League Two. Don’t miss a single minute of the game by finding out how you can watch Wrexham and Boreham Wood, arguably the biggest soccer game of the weekend, via live streaming from the United States.

Earlier this week, Wrexham defeated Yeovil Town to create a four-point gap over Notts County. Moreover, both clubs only have two games left. Therefore, if Notts County drops points in their kickoff earlier on Saturday, a draw on Saturday will also send Wrexham up.

Yet, accomplishing this at the Racecourse Ground would be a poetic balance to the heartbreak at that famous stadium from last season. Wrexham, which finished second in the league table last season, lost a rollercoaster of a game to Grimsby Town in extra time in the playoff semifinals. Now, it has the power to right those wrongs, and get back to the Football League for the first time since the 2007/08 season.

Fans in the United States are excited at the prospect of Wrexham’s return to the English Football League. The Welcome to Wrexham series (available on Hulu) made the club’s following across the pond rival some of the elites of Europe.

Soccer fans interested in watching Wrexham seek automatic promotion to the Football League can watch on National League TV. The price to watch is £9.50 (which is the equivalent of $11.81).

Wrexham against Boreham Wood starts at 1:30PM ET on Saturday, April 22. You can log in to watch the game 30 minutes prior, and then live coverage starts just a few minutes before the game starts.

Watch important game for both Wrexham and Boreham Wood

National league TV works on a pay-per-view basis. For Just under $12, international fans can subscribe to watch every game on Saturday, April 22. In total, there are 12 games on Saturday, with all 24 teams in action. This includes Notts County, which plays bottom-of-the-table Maidstone United at 10AM ET, as it looks to keep automatic promotion hopes alive.

While most fans will want to watch Wrexham against Boreham Wood for the hosts, it is not just the hopes of automatic promotion that make this game interesting. Boreham Wood is fighting to stay in the playoff race. With three games left, Boreham Wood is in sixth. While this would be good enough to get into the playoff quarterfinals, that game would be on the road. Plus, a little security for the opportunity would help.

Fourth-place Woking FC, part owned by American entrepreneurs, plays Gateshead at 10AM ET on National League TV.