Wolverhampton Wanderers – Molineux

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The majority of the stadium is relatively new, the oldest stand being the John Ireland Stand (subsequently renamed the Steve Bull Stand) opened in 1979. The remaining 3 stands were built in the 1990s, the last of which being the Jack Harris Stand, which replaced the South Bank Terrace in 1993.

The stands running along the sides of the ground are two-tiered, though their unusual oval shape results in those sitting on the halfway line being furthest from the action. The ends of the ground are occupied by large, single tier stands. The Stan Cullis Stand at the North end is topped by the original clock from the Molineux Street Stand, which dates from the 1930s.

There are two James Butler-designed statues outside the ground; an impressive statue of Billy Wright stands outside the main entrance, while a likeness of former player / manager Stan Cullis is located to the rear of the stand bearing his name. Away fans are normally housed in the lower tier of the Steve Bull Stand which runs along the East side of the pitch.

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How to get to Molineux

By Road:
molineux directionsThe Molineux ground is located in Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton WV1 4QR.

Visitors arriving from the North should follow the M6 as far as junction 12, exiting onto the A5 towards Telford, joining the A449 for Wolverhampton. Turn right at the intersection with the ring road. The stadium is well signed from the 2nd set of lights onwards.

Away fans driving from the South should exit the M6 at junction 10, following the A454 into Wolverhampton. Turn right on reaching the traffic island that intersects with the ring road and follow signage to the ground.


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By Rail:
wolverhampton train stationWolverhampton train station is within ½ a mile and a 10-minute walk of the ground. On exiting the station, go straight on as far as the inner ring road. Turn right and follow the ring road. Molineux soon becomes visible on the right.

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By Air:
Birmingham is the nearest airport, at a distance of around 20 miles. There are regular rail connections to Birmingham New Street station, which in turn connects with Wolverhampton. Click here to check the current flight times

Taxis
There are several taxi companies in Wolverhampton that can take you to and from Molineux. You can always prebook a private hire taxi, or hail a black cab on any highway.

Calling all Wolverhampton Taxi Companies – Why not advertise your company here?.

Where to Park?

molineux parking“Football parking” is well signed from the A454 (see above). Otherwise, there are numerous “Pay and Display” car parks in the city centre, within easy walking distance of the ground.

Away Friendly Pubs near Molineux

pubs near molineux stadiumMolineux suffers insofar as there is no designated pub for away supporters near the ground. The numerous pubs around the ground tend to be designated “home fans only.” There are plenty of pubs in Wolverhampton town centre, but many of these do not welcome away fans. Reports suggest that visiting fans should keep colours covered and exercise great discretion in their choice of watering-hole for a pre-match drink.

Hotels near Molineux

britannia hotel wolverhamptonThe Britannia Hotel, Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton WV1 1DB is a competitively-priced hotel with a central location, near the railway station and adjoining the famous Grand Theatre. Guests have praised its friendly welcoming atmosphere.

ramada park hall hotel and spaA little further afield, but still with 2 miles of Molineux, the Ramada Park Hall Hotel and Spa, Park Drive, Goldthorn Park, Wolverhampton WV4 5AJ is set in a Grade II listed Georgian country house with 7 acres of gardens. Guests have been impressed by the marble floors and crystal chandeliers retained from the hotel’s distinguished past, combined with modern facilities including a gym and swimming pool. Free on-site parking is available.


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What have other Away Fans said about their trip to Molineux?

away fans wolvesThe majority of visiting fans have been impressed by the looks of Molineux from the outside, many expressing the feeling that little expense had been spared in its refurbishment. However, most visitors have been less impressed by the interior of the stadium.

Many have expressed disappointment at being so far from the pitch, reporting that the view of play was poor. On the upside, the atmosphere within the ground has been reported as good, with vocal, but non-intimidating home fans and relaxed stewarding. Catering facilities are reported excellent, with a good range of pies, hot dogs and burgers, including the delicious “Football’s Famous Chicken Balti Pie,” on offer. However, toilet facilities have been reported as inadequate and cramped.

Your comments about Wolverhampton Wanderers – Molineux


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  1. John

    There’s a “football parking” car park just opposite the ground – cost something like £4, and was really handy – Surprisingly quick to get away after the game too considering its proximity to the ground. don’t try and park in the ASDA car park, as I know of several fans who returned to clamped cars.

    It’s only a 5/10 minute walk into the city centre, so if you’re arriving early, it’s worth walking into the centre of Wolverhampton for your pre-match pie and pint – there’s a couple of pubs that don’t allow either away fans or children (we had both!), but we found a decent Lloyds bar that was happy to take our money,a nd we were able to enjoy a decent meal and pint for a reasonable price, before walking back to the ground.

    The concourse under Molineux is quite narrow, and gets full quite quickly – once out in the stadium, away fans are normally allocated the lower tier, which makes it hard to generate noise. The rest of the ground doesn’t have that problem though, and once the home crowd get going, they can create an electric atmosphere.


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  3. mike

    arrived about hour and half before kick off by train which are regular from birmingham new street, was told no beer would be served inside ground and asda next door cant sell alcohol pre match there is no away pubs so went into a home pub unknown by us untill we was surrounded by orange shirts! half time no hot food and poor facillities all round sadly. BUT on possitive side good banter with home fans well policed and no sign of trouble outside ground plus very nice pork scratchings being sold by local butcher for £1 a bag by underpass pre match.


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  5. Joseph Foulger

    Went for a cup game, and the home support was small and quiet. Palace sold mout their section and were very loud however. felt a long way from all the other stands, which i didn’t like. home fans were freindly enough, lots of bantewr on way to ground and in the famous subway. Can reccomend The Great Western, a lovely old two bar pub behind the station. brilliant, cheap Holdens beers, and lovely food, home and away supporters but a good atmosphere. head right out of the station (not towards the bridge) and down some stairs into a subway, then right down an alley that leads you to the pub.


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  7. Phil Vaughan

    Arrived at the ground with a few hours to spare so we had a wonder through the City centre which is only 5 mins from the stadium!
    Had a few problems trying to find a pub/bar to drink in as most wont allow away fans. Didnt encounter any hostility at all from the Wolves fans which always helps with the banter!
    We were seated in the lower tear of the steve bull stand which makes it hard for the away support to generate much noise even though 3,100 of us were threre. However small the stadium may be compared to some of the premier leage grounds, the Wolves fans created an Electric Atmosphere which made for a cracking game, it sounded more like 60,000 fans were there instead of the actual 29,000! A credit to their team!! Well policed and the escort back to the coaches was trouble free!


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  9. Michael Campbell

    Not a nice area at all, ground needs refurbishing, wasn’t very well policed, found a nice bar in the city centre though which isn’t that far from the ground which is good, the view for us was the lower tier steve bull stand and it was shocking, and we were if i’m honest too far away from the pitch, the fans are ignorant but you’ve gotta give it to them for the atmosphere created by them in the stand behind the goal


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    • Simon Reeves

      I think you must have gone to the wrong stadium by mistake. I found it to be a great ground, not in need of “refurbishment” at all, very well policed, great view from the Steve Bull stand, great banter with home fans who give the place a terrific atmosphere.


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  11. steve edwards

    we arrived very early on the train and were desperate for a coffee and some breakfast.
    Just up from the station we came across a wine bar called quadro? bar and although my family of four were wearing Fulham colours the owner of the bar opened the doors and let us wait whilst she got ready to open.
    We had a pile of sandwiches and great coffee and the lady who was the owner told us about the town and were to go and was very friendly.
    We decided to stay there all morning and by 12 it was packed with fans great crowd.
    We were escorted by locals to the ground and had a great day.
    The pitch and ground were great and we enjoyed the whole experience.
    After the game we went back to the bar had some noodles for dinner very nice and spicy.
    Banter with locals and a short walk to train
    Everyone was polite and very friendly and the owner of the bar could not have made us more welcome


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  13. Steve

    Would never go to Wolves again. As soon as we arrived in Wolverhampton (travelled from London, where I now live), was hearded to ground by Police. However the hostility we faced, would not have risked trying to have a pint. After the game, even though Wolves won game easily, it was like walking through a war zone. All the way back to the train station we were pelted with anything the home ‘supporters’ could get their hands on. Never again. If you decide to travel here, TAKE CARE


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    • bob skinner

      to all albion fans you know what we think of you lot if you dont like it dont come most teams welcome but not sandwell town if you want my advice stay in Birmingham


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      • Jeff Shaw

        Au contraire Bob Skinner, the majority of Wolves fans welcome any away fan – and that includes WBA, Birmingham, Leeds etc. Unfortunately, just like at any decent-sized club in a fairly large town or city, we have a number of people who get their kicks out of being drunk and aggressive towards non-Wolves fans. Sad, and you are in a big minority, Bob. Sorry about the problems, Steve. I have been to over 80 away grounds with Wolves and my advice is always the same – don’t go near the home end with your colours on, and don’t wear colours after the game unless you are well protected by a large away following, especially if you beat us.
        Hopefully the new away facilities in the North Bank and the delayed replacement to the Steve Bull will provide away fans with comfort and a view – but poor acoustics.
        Pubs for civilized away fans who want to sup proper beer with scratchings etc have to be the Great Western and the Banks’s brewery tap. Loads of excellent curry houses – just go on Trip Advisor.


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  15. Sean Barrie

    Found some parking quite easily near to the ground on the ring road, trouble free walk to the ground, wolves fans seemed quite laid back, got to the ground down the road past The Feathers pub to the away end, very few police were visable, after a quick search entry into the ground was quick, the concourse is narrow, Dark and dingy and gets stuffy when full, the seating is quite tight although we stood through the game this was no issue, Wolves fans were quiet and struugled to create any real noise (not a suprise considering thier recent run) they came to life after Wolves pulled back to 2-2, after the final whistle we exited the ground and made our way back to the car, when walking near the subway a group of Wolves fans attacked three 15-16 year old kids wearing Swansea colours, the young kids had to fight back a bit to try and get away, although when the Wolves spotters saw a group of Swansea walking up the road unaware of what was going on they quickly hid back into the crowd, it’s a shame this still goes on, even worse when young kids minding their own business are targeted, then to hide from a group that were more mature? The Wolves fans i spoke to after the incident were quite embarassed, and laughed at the fact 3 young kids had given as good as they got against 6-8 guy’s in their 30’s.


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  17. 5 ways Parking

    Guys we provide match day Secure Parking for £3. We are on stafford street WV1 1NT !! Behind land rover. walking distance from the ground.

    Over 100 cars can be parked easily and not get blocked in.we are also on Park at my house .com


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  19. Eddie Cooney

    Drove down to Molyneux and parked a short walk from the ground at 5 Ways Parking (as above) for £3. Easy to get away from the car park after the game but Wolverhampton itself was a jammed and took well over half an hour to get under way.

    Molyneux is unfinished with one stand half built but otherwise its a great stadium with the best bunch of fans I’ve come across this season. Those in the unfinshed stand got soaked in heavy rain but kept supporting their team despite the inclement weather. They kept behind the team all through the match even after Wolves went behind twice. There was some booing at the end of the game and it wasn’t clear to me if it was for their manager or the linesman. Either way, I don’t understand why you would boo a manager after your team has played well or after the linesman got a crucial decision right 😉 The atmosphere at Molyneux is a really good one with crowd noise coming from all directions but the home fans have an unfair advantage over the visitors. Away fans are housed in a thin strip all the way down one side of the pitch and it’s hard to coordinate a song with different songs starting at different ends of the ground and meeting in the middle in confusion. Maybe once the ground is finished away fans will be housed at one end as is traditional or maybe Wolves will want to continue to have an unfair advantage? The view from the away areas is also low down so not the best but not the worst either.

    Facilities are decent. Bog standard ordinary crap beer inside the ground. We didn’t bother with the local pubs as all the info suggests you should stay away if you are wearing colours and who goes to an away game not wearing colours? We had a few chats with Wolves fans and they were a decent lot, very friendly, so why we can’t share a drink with them is beyond me. I was starving and had a burger outside. It was poor quality really but filled a hole. We tried the pies inside the ground, beef and chicken balti, and both were decent. On the way out of the game I noticed a hog roast which I’d missed on the way in so maybe there is better food to be had.


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  21. Scott

    i traveled here on the 17th december when stoke won wolves 2-1, the train ride was only a short distance away and took less than 15 minutes walking to the stadium, the home fans were friendley outside the stadium, the service at the food and drink kiosks were quick and quality even though they ran out of food at half time, good match fairley cold inside the stadium good banter from the top tier and the main home stand behind the goal with some santas giving the banter back which increased the quality of the whole day. in conclusion this was a good day out and would recomend anyone to take the journey to the molineux stadium if you like a quality game with good banter from the home fans.


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  23. Mick Turner

    Travelled by train into Wolverhampton City Centre and quickly found the Walkabout pub accommodated away fans only – with match tickets need to be shown upon entry. Great atmosphere in pub and then just a 5-10 min. walk to the ground.

    Two stands were built during the 90s, the Steve Bull stand (that away fans are situated in) during the late 70s and the new Stan Cullis that was being built during our visit. The away fans are spread out all along the bottom tier of the stand which is only about 30 rows deep – making it quite difficult to generate a decent atmosphere. Generally the ground is ok, miles from the pitch though!!

    After the game the police made the Villa support walk around the ring road back to the station but it was still only a short walk. I’d been warned that the home fans can be a bit lively at Wolves but found them to be fine. As anywhere though, you need to keep your wits about you. Colours are probably not a good idea!


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  25. jack terry

    Molinuex has been one of the best grounds i have been too! we were situated in the new Stan Cullis upper tier. it was fantastic and modern. cheap tickets and cheap food and high quality. despite it being 4 flights of stairs there is a lift if you ask the stewards! the views are brilliant! and a great noise can be ecohed from even small numbers of fans. Wolves fans were lovely and there wasnt a big police presence

    Molinuex is a must see!


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  27. janjy singh

    molinuex was a ground that i wanted to see as we were in the new stand. there was a good atmosphere between both sets of fans, it was cheap and we went to the pub in the hotel by the train station.
    we went on the train which is a 10 minute walk to molinuex.not alot there appart from the two shopping centres there is good legroom in the away end. pies were tasty beer little expensive but fine. clean toilets. the view is amazing!

    must see and will be visiting again!


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  29. Kevin Halls

    Went to Molineux on Saturday along with 3,400 Coventry fans and was impressed by the ground and the Wolves fans.
    As it is a local derby the atmosphere was pumped up as you’d expect with both sets of fans getting behind their team.
    I’ve been to Molineux before but have always thought the Wolves end is loud and together,and nothing has changed as they do get noisy at times.But the police are still heavy handed especially to us fans arriving by train,they herd you together to stop you heading off to find a pub,and any moans or groans are met with an icy stare or being arrested !
    Inside the stewards are a bit more relaxed thankfully,and getting a beer at the bar is easy enough seeing we packed it out in numbers.The match ended in a draw so both sets of fans seemed happy with that.
    When we played each other in the seventies and eighties it often was a violent affair,but these days both set of fans seen uninterested in all that nonsense and it is more just banter going on.
    So I’d rate Molineux as a proper football ground and one I always look forward to going to.


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    • Clive Wood

      A leisurely drive down from Crewe, getting of the M6 at Stafford south then following the A449 to about a mile from the ground. Plenty of (free) on-street parking in the vicinity of the race course. As we got there early, the vote was for a pre-match pint in one of the pubs in town. Every pub we came across had either a “Home Fans Only” or “No Away Fans” sign in the window. The bouncers didn’t look as though negotiation was an option so we headed back to Molyneux.

      Apart from the lasses on the pie stall, the staff were the most miserable bunch of people it’s ever been my misfortune to come across. As for the announcer, he introduced the Crewe mascots with barely concealed disdain as if smaller clubs like us shouldn’t be allowed on the same pitch as his former Premier League team. For god’s sake man, you’re in League 1, just like us!

      The Wolves fans themselves were noisy to start with, especially when they went 1-0 up after a couple of minutes, but went very quiet as the game progressed. It was only when they got a second, late into injury time, that they woke up again.

      All-in-all, I felt that Wolves and their town treat visiting fans as a nuisance to be endured rather than paying customers who want a good matchday experience. Done the ground now, won’t be going back.


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  31. Jack Stevens

    To the shock of us all wolves are in league 1, everyone’s fixture pointer outer, being a Tuesday I booked the day of work travelling on a mini bus down to wolves got there about 6 and went to the walkabout the away pub, went to the ground about 7 first sights are its massive and looks great the new stand is amazing wolves fans seemed fine although many Casuals, poor game great views smack bang in the middle of the lower tier great day out must see and will be back soon hopefully


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  33. John Aitken

    There is bar that will take away fans and nuetrals and you don’t have cover up you colours this is the Walkabout bar its 100 yards from the Railway Station in Queen Street no homes aloud between 12 and 6 and they have two of the meaneast guys on the door to make sure this happens.


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  35. seth from emmerdale

    wolves v derby fri night game, home support in the ‘southbank’ was superb, best home support have seen for a very long time. proper ground with proper fans. derby fans seated in the lower steve bull stand. very hard to generate noise but can imagine thats just how wolves want it to be.

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