Wolverhampton FC

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Wolves' supporters are known to be passionate at Molineux Stadium for Premier League matches or lower-tier competitions. Buy your Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. tickets with SeatPick, and witness the memorable atmosphere firsthand. Watch a game at the oldest serving stadium in England by purchasing tickets that are in demand for affordable prices by accessing the network at SeatPick.

Wolverhampton FC 2022/2023 Fixtures

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Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. Info

At one point in its history, the media hailed Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club as the 'Champions of the World'. It was more of an informal title, bestowed after the victory over Hungarian Honvéd F.C. in a friendly match in 1953, which in the public perception was revenge for recent losses suffered by the England national team to the Hungarians.

Wolverhampton was a club that pioneered many things. The Wolves were a founding club of the Football League in 1888 and the first team on the island to use floodlights for matches. The club was instrumental in forming the UEFA Champions League, a competition where the club was a runner-up in the 1971–72 season. Although many successful international friendly matches are on the books, the biggest triumphs were in domestic leagues. Wolverhampton F.C. won the predecessor of the Premier League, the First Division, three times in 1953–54, 1957–58, and 1958–59, and was a runner-up in five seasons.

It had more success in the FA Cup, collecting four trophies in 1892–93, 1907–08, 1948–49, and 1959–60. But they also lost four finals in the same competition. In its long history, the team has experienced turbulent periods, but the stands of Molineux Stadium, the Wolves' home ground since 1889, are always vibrant. Fans can purchase cheap Wolves tickets at SeatPick, and reserve one of the 32,050 seats at the venue.

About Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Tickets

Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club's story follows the familiar blueprint for clubs founded in the 19 century. It started as a schoolboy team in 1877, after teachers at St. Luke's school in Blakenhall decided to initiate their pupils into the sport. After two years, the club joined forces with the Blakenhall Wanderers, a cricket team. The new club focused on football but retained the Wanderers name, which will be a synonym of the club's future migration between leagues.

The reputation earned in the early years was responsible for the invitation in 1889 to join the new Football League for its inaugural season. At this time, management decided a more suitable ground was necessary. Previously alternated between a couple of local grounds, Molineux got selected as the new home. Another staple feature of the club is its colours: gold and black.

Although the team was a contender for the first half of the 20th century, the most productive era was the 50s under manager Stan Cullis. At this time, the Wolves won several titles in succession and were acknowledged as the best team in English football.

The success withered down in the 80s and 90s when financial troubles rocked the club. It reached a low point in the 1986–87 season when the Wolves played in the Fourth Division for the first time. It quickly managed to bounce back, starting a trend in the 21 century by regularly migrating between the Championship and Premier League. Ownership changed in 2016, when Chinese Fosun International acquired a majority stake, ushering in a more stable period.

Major Rivalry

 The spark that ignited the rivalry between the Wolves and West Bromwich Albion was light in 1886 at their first matchup. The competitiveness stems from the proximity of the clubs, which get separated by approximately 10 miles. Polls have revealed that the Black Country Derby is the most intense rivalry in English football. According to Wolverhampton fans, they aren't inclined favourably towards Birmingham City and Aston Villa. When a derby is on the schedule, Molineux Stadium tends to be loud, and affordable ticket prices for the event are available on SeatPick's website.

Famous Footballers that Played for the Wolves

In the club's long history, many footballers have taken the field at Molineux Stadium, defending the colours of the Wolves.

Some of the clubs legends include:

  • Steve Bull

  • Bill Slater

  • Robbie Keane

  • Mike Bailey

  • Ron Flowers

Top Managers

Stanley Cullis managed the team for two decades, from 1948 until 1968, and created the most fruitful chapters in the club's history, winning two league titles. Some other famous names that tried to repeat Cullin's success were Italian Walter Zenga, who had a tenure from 2016 until 2017, and Graham Turner from 1986 until 1994.

Molineux Stadium - Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England

Name:

Molineux Stadium

Capacity:

32,050

Address:

Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton, WV1 4QR, United Kingdom

Description:

The oldest serving stadium in England opened its gates in 1889. Since then, it has been renovated on several occasions. The official capacity is 32,050, but the record is 61,315 spectators, achieved against Liverpool in 1939 when regulations seemed to have been lax.

Best way to travel to Molineux Stadium

Purchasing Wolverhampton Wanderers football tickets is a priority, but it's also crucial to have a plan for arriving at the stadium on time before kickoff. The stadium location is in Wolverhampton's centre - it's only a 15-minute train from the Birmingham International Airport and is accessible from all regions of the United Kingdom. There are several options to reach the stadium in Wolverhampton, but the recommendation is to take public transport.

By Train

The Wolverhampton railway station is a short 15-minute walk from the venue. Leave by the central station entrance and go toward the city centre, until you come to the inner ring road, where you need to make a right turn. Follow the ring road,  and the stadium will be on the right.

By Bus

Buses 3, 4 and 5 stop near the venue, and buses depart from the city centre and the train station.

By Metro

The nearest metro station is Wolverhampton St George's. It's important to know that trams from Birmingham arrive every 10 minutes on weekends.

Frequently Asked Questions about Wolverhampton FC

How much are Wolverhampton FC tickets?

Various factors dictate ticket prices. It does make a difference if the Wolves are in the Premier League or the Championship. But the average price for Wolverhampton FC tickets is about £36. However, this is the average, meaning costs can be higher and lower for seats upper in the terraces.

Where does Wolverhampton FC play?

Molineux is the home stadium of the Wolves. The venue is accessible from every part of the United Kingdom, thanks to a well-connected transportation network.

How to buy cheap Wolverhampton F.C. tickets?

There are several options, such as the club's official website or the secondary market. Cheap Wolverhampton tickets can be hard to come by, but finding a deal under face value is possible at SeatPick. The platform allows viewing tickets for the entire seating plan and filter offers. Supporters can register by submitting personal details and locate a seller through the network with guaranteed security. It's also possible to buy tickets for away games at Stamford bridge or Liverpool's Anfield road.

How to buy cheap Wolverhampton FC tickets?

Wolverhampton FC is one of the most exciting teams in the Premier League, as a result, buying cheap Wolverhampton FC is no easy task. However, there are still a few ways to get cheap Wolverhampton FC Premier League tickets at a reasonable price. You can become a Wolves member and get your tickets on the team's page. If Wolverhampton FC match tickets are sold out at the box office, then you should book tickets through one of the sites that are listed on SeatPick where every site offers a 100% guarantee on the tickets that you buy. Then, you will be able to sort all the listings on the event page by clicking on the "sort by price" button and find the cheapest Wolverhampton FC tickets that are available on the web.

How much are Wolverhampton FC tickets?

This season ticket prices for Wolverhampton FC on the secondary market can vary depending on various of factors. Typically tickets to watch Wolverhampton FC play at home resell for an average of £155. Normally, Wolverhampton FC tickets can be found on the ticket market as low as £107.

Where do Wolverhampton FC plays?

Wolverhampton FC home stadium is the Molineux and is located in Wolverhampton, United Kingdom. You can find more information on where to sit in the match on our detailed Molineux Stadium Seating Plan page.

How to buy Wolverhampton FC tickets?

SeatPick is the ultimate place to get your hands on Wolverhampton FC tickets.

  1. You will be able to find all 2022/23 Wolverhampton FC home and away matches listed at the top of this page, you will then need to pick the event that you want to attend from the list by clicking the View Tickets button.
  2. On the event page, you'ֿll be presented with the Molineux seating plan with color-coded dots that pinpoint the best deals on Wolverhampton FC football tickets for the match.
  3. To book Wolverhampton FC tickets, go ahead and click the ticket listing and you will be directed to the checkout process to complete your purchase.

Playing At

Wolverhampton FC will be playing at the following cities and venues in the upcoming 2022/2023 season, if Wolverhampton FC currently has any scheduled games then you can scroll up this page and find the full Wolverhampton FC Fixtures list, pick the event you are looking for and buy your Wolverhampton FC match tickets.

Wolverhampton FC Ticket Prices by Season

SeasonLocationAverage Ticket Price
2021Molineux Stadium£120
2020Molineux Stadium£124
2019Molineux Stadium£121
2018Molineux Stadium£98
2017Molineux Stadium£117
2016Molineux Stadium£135
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