Members of Wrexham Supporters Trust voted last week on the facts put before them as recognising that Wrexham Football Club were actually formed in 1864, and to change year on the club badge accordingly.
Supporters Trust Chairman Peter Jones said: "The information came to light following the local newspaper of its time, the 'Wrexham Advertiser' being put on line, and thus allowing 'one word' searches, thus eliminating the needle in the haystack process of looking through the newspaper's microfilm reels at the local studies centre.
My thanks to the many people who have assisted with supplying names and other information relating to Newtown F. The Wrexham Club have the reputation of being the first organised Club to emerge in the Principality in 1873.
There is however considerable evidence that the Druids, who played at Plas Madoc Park, Ruabon, were formed earlier.
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