They might have lost their first game, but nevertheless the Hollywood pair sure look happy with their first official football outing.
New co-owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney flew in to attend their first Wrexham football game, much to the delight of spectators and fans at York Road stadium in Maidenhead last night.
But even though Wrexham AFC lost their first game to Maidenhead United (3-2), the celebrity owners look delighted to be snapped at the game.
Check out some of the pictures below.
Following the club's first loss of the season, 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' star Rob McElhenney tweeted: "We didn't want our first win to be away anyway."
Meanwhile, 'Deadpool' star Ryan Reynolds posted on his Instagram a flurry of images from the night, admitting the pure rush he felt while watching the Wrexham football game: "Football is a staggering, heartbreaking, gorgeous, tommy-gun of soul-deadening, evil and beauty and I’m never sleeping again ever ever."
Back in February, it was announced that the pair would take 100% ownership of the Welsh club, in a bid that was approved by the team's board in 2020. A Disney+ fly-on-the-wall documentary series 'Welcome to Wrexham' will follow Reynolds and McElhenney as their takeover took shape over the past year, and is expected to premiere on the service in 2022.
Back in August, the Hollywood stars' takover of the club was made referenced to in Jason Sudeikis' comedy series 'Ted Lasso'. Jeremy Swifts' character Higgins seemingly makes fun of the new football club owners, saying he "can’t tell if them buying the club is a joke or not", which caused the new co-chairmen to demand two large boxes of Ted Lasso's biscuits or they would face legal action.
Wrexham's next football game will be against Torquay United. The club are currently in eleventh place in the National League.