Founded as Celtic Crusaders in 2005 initially based in Bridgend, the club played in National League Two from 2006–07 and in National League One in 2008. In 2009 they were awarded a Super League license, and in 2010 they moved from Bridgend to Wrexham in North Wales, and dropped "Celtic" from their name. After three years in the Super League, on 26 July 2011 the club announced they were withdrawing their application to remain in the league for the 2012–15 seasons. They disbanded after the 2011 season, and will be succeeded by a new club, North Wales Crusaders, in Championship 1 in 2012. They played their home matches at Brewery Field then the Racecourse Ground.
The Crusaders won the National League Two championship in 2007. Their last coach was Wales national team coach Iestyn Harris. Their home strip was red and white and the away strip is black and yellow.
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