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Wolves exploring temporary Molineux expansion

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.


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