HOLLYWOOD actor Ryan Reynolds stepped foot onto Maidenhead soil to watch his football team play.

The Deadpool actor is a co-owner Wrexham, and was seen at York Road last night for their away match against Maidenhead United the National League.

Residents were quick to spot the famous celebrity, snapping away pictures of him watching the game.

Mr Reynolds was also joined by his fellow actor and co-owner Rob McElhenney as Wrexham were beaten 3-2 after going down to 10 men.

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The pair were followed by a camera crew as they took their seats at York Road, and received a round of applause from the travelling fans, many of whom were clearly excited to catch a glimpse of the Hollywood duo.

Wrexham FC, who were founded in 1864, have been fan-owned since 2011 when the Wrexham Supporters Trust (WST) took control.

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Its one of the worlds oldest football clubs and during the coronavirus pandemic, the club ended up being owned by the Hollywood stars.