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About Molineux

Molineux Stats

Current home toWolverhampton Wanderers
England » Premier League (step 1)
Football visits64,949 (37.5% of our users have been here)
Other visits1,122
AddressWaterloo Road, Wolverhampton, WV1 4QR, England
Record attendance61,315 Wolverhampton Wanderers 4-1 Liverpool 11th February 1939
First game Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-0 Notts County 7th September 1889

Molineux Average Ratings

These are the average ratings for Molineux as submitted by our registered users.

My RatingAverage Rating
OverallAverage rating: 3.3
LocationAverage rating: 3.9
ViewAverage rating: 3.7
FacilitiesAverage rating: 3.5
Food & DrinkAverage rating: 3.1
PoliceAverage rating: 2.8
AtmosphereAverage rating: 3.6

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alexcraiggroundhop By: alexcraiggroundhop, a Coventry City supporter
Football grounds visited: 208 (86/92)
YouTube channel: Alex Craig Groundhopping

alexcraiggroundhop By: alexcraiggroundhop, a Coventry City supporter
Football grounds visited: 208 (86/92)
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Latest Reviews

4.0 stars
Heart of the Pack

Review written by bha52 a Brighton & Hove Albion supporter on 19th April 2020

3.0 stars
Well desighned

Review written by steve63- a Leeds United supporter on 10th January 2018

4.0 stars
Molineux - Wolverhampton

Review written by sammy-g a Burnley supporter on 7th February 2014

3.0 stars
Nice ground but poor hospitality

Review written by dobbo2000 a Crewe Alexandra supporter on 4th January 2014

4.5 stars
A black country special

Review written by ryantollerfield a Sheffield United supporter on 10th June 2010

5.0 stars
Molineux, Wolverhampton

Review written by jamiwebb a Luton Town supporter on 15th May 2010

3.5 stars
Great View

Review written by facebook-user-84616 a Tottenham Hotspur supporter on 4th May 2010

4.0 stars
Honest opinion

Review written by facebook-user-68730 a Wolverhampton Wanderers supporter on 3rd November 2009

2.0 stars
Don't like it much

Review written by alan8412 a Plymouth Argyle supporter on 26th October 2009

4.5 stars
Wolves Review

Review written by facebook-user-3266 a Southampton supporter on 12th April 2009

5.0 stars
Great ground

Review written by stuff10 a Sheffield United supporter on 8th April 2009

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News about Molineux

Wolves exploring temporary Molineux expansion

Friday 24th January 2020

Wolverhampton Wanderers are said to be exploring the possibility of using temporary seating to expand the capacity of their Molineux stadium.

The club are looking to build a second temporary stand between the Jack Hayworth and Steve Bull stands, hopefully in time for start of 2020/2021 season.

The Premier League side last year revealed ambitions to significantly expand the stadium by rebuilding the Steve Bull Stand (taking capacity to 38,000), Jack Hayworth Stand (43,000) and Billy Wright Stand (50,000).

Whilst that work is still being planned, the club needs a much quicker temporary solution to enable more fans to get through the turnstiles. Wolves' recent success has seen their season ticket waiting list swell to over 10,000.

Wolves install rail seats and reveal plans to transform Molineux

Saturday 18th May 2019

Wolverhampton Wanderers have revealed ambitious plans to transform Molineux into a much larger stadium. Little detail has been revealed other than a couple of very impressive images - the club hasn't announced anything regarding capacity, cost or timescales. The images were teased at Wolves' end of season awards night. With nothing other than the images, it's very much a case of "watch this space".

However, the club have announced that safe standing rail seats will be installed at the stadium this summer, in time for the start of the 2019/2020 Premier League season.

The midlands side who finished 7th in their first season back in the top flight, will install the rail seats in the lower tier of the Sir Jack Hayworth Stand A survey of season ticket holders found 97% were in favour of the move.

Molineux Facts

  • Molineux has been the home of Wolverhampton Wanderers since 1889, and has a capacity of 28,525. (facebook-user-11777)
  • Molineux capacity is 31,700 (tiptonwolves88)
  • Molineux was the first purpose-built football ground built for the Football League (samwolves23)

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