The AI predicted future of Wrexham AFC

What will happen in the coming seasons for Wrexham AFC. Of course we don't know - so we asked ChatGPT. Here is what it told us. 

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What we asked ChatGPT

We asked the following question to ChatGPT on May 10th 2023. As the data engine is sometimes a bit short on realtime data, it would appear that the AI - maybe as the only "person" on earth - has missed the fact that Wrexham won the National League and promotion to League Two. 

Despite having to correct this huge hit and miss first - we're pretty fond of the rest of the prediction it made 😎

The simple Question:

Hi ChatGPT. Can you write us a 500-1000 word fictional story about what will happen to Wrexham AFC in the next 10 years? Based on how you think they will perform, if they will win any trophys, gain further promotions etc. For your information, Wrexham AFC were actually promoted to League Two in the 2022/23 season. 

The comforting answer:

Ten years ago, Wrexham AFC was a struggling club, languishing in the lower leagues of English football. But with the help of their new owners, Hollywood actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, the club began to rise up the ranks.

In the first few years of their ownership, Reynolds and McElhenney invested heavily in the club, upgrading the stadium and investing in new players. Their efforts paid off, and by the end of the 2022/2023 season, Wrexham AFC had secured promotion to the English Football League Two.

The following year, Wrexham AFC found themselves competing for the top spot in their division, and by the end of the 2023/2024 season, they had secured promotion to League One.

In their first season in League One, Wrexham AFC struggled to compete against the more established teams in the division, and finished in 18th place. But the team refused to give up, and with a few key signings and a renewed determination, they began to climb the table.

By the end of the 2026/2027 season, Wrexham AFC had secured a place in the playoffs for promotion to the Championship. The playoffs were a tense affair, but Wrexham AFC emerged victorious, securing their second promotion in four years.

The following year, Wrexham AFC continued their impressive form in the Championship, finishing in 10th place and narrowly missing out on a playoff spot. But the team's performances had caught the attention of the football world, and several of their key players were snapped up by larger clubs.

Despite losing some of their star players, Wrexham AFC continued to compete at a high level, and by the end of the 2030/2031 season, they had secured a place in the Championship playoffs once again. This time, they fell just short of promotion, losing in the playoff final to a strong Aston Villa side.

Undeterred, Wrexham AFC continued to push for promotion, and by the end of the 2032/2033 season, they had secured automatic promotion to the Premier League for the first time in their history.

The club's first season in the Premier League was a tough one, with Wrexham AFC struggling against some of the world's best teams. But they refused to be intimidated, and by the end of the 2034/2035 season, they had secured a mid-table finish, much to the delight of their passionate fans.

Over the next few seasons, Wrexham AFC continued to establish themselves as a Premier League team, consistently finishing in the top half of the table. Their impressive performances on the pitch were matched by their off-field success, with the stadium being expanded and new training facilities being built.

By the end of the 2036/2037 season, Wrexham AFC had firmly established themselves as a Premier League team, and were even being touted as potential contenders for European qualification. With a passionate fanbase and ambitious owners, the future looked bright for the historic club from North Wales.

The prediction in short: 

  • 2022/2023 - Promotion to League Two
  • 2023/2024 - Promotion to League One
  • 2024/2025 - 18th place in League One
  • 2025/2026 - 9th place in League One
  • 2026/2027 - Promotion to the Championship
  • 2027/2028 - 10th place in the Championship
  • 2028/2029 - 12th place in the Championship
  • 2029/2030 - 8th place in the Championship
  • 2030/2031 - 4th place in the Championship (Lost in Playoff Final)
  • 2031/2032 - 7th place in the Championship
  • 2032/2033 - Promotion to the Premier League
  • 2033/2034 - 16th place in the Premier League
  • 2034/2035 - 10th place in the Premier League
  • 2035/2036 - 8th place in the Premier League
  • 2036/2037 - 7th place in the Premier League

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