Wolverhampton Wanderers – better known as Wolves, are an English club steeped in history. From humble beginnings formed by two pupils of St Luke’s Church School in Blakenhall to the ninth most successful Club in domestic English history with 13 major trophy wins.
They have earned some impressive club records in their 142 year history; Four time FA Cup winners, the first Club to have won all four professional English leagues, the only Club to have won all of the main domestic cup competitions (FA Cup, League Cup and Football League Trophy) and they are the first and only club to pass 100 goals for four consecutive seasons in the English Leagues.
Wolves famous gold and black club colours originate from the city’s motto ‘Out of darkness cometh light’ with gold and black representing light and dark respectively.
Molineux stadium has been home to Wolves since 1889 and was the first stadium built for use by a Football League club.
In the days before seating regulations, the ground could hold more than 60,000 spectators. It is now an all seater stadium with an official capacity of 32,050. It was one of the first British grounds to have floodlights installed and after a multi million pound renovation in the early 1990’s it was one of the biggest and most modern stadia in England at the time.
Stadia Solutions are the official concourse advertising partner and the official concourse television partner of Wolverhampton Wanderers FC. There is a total of 96 FanTV digital screens, 17 large format concourse posters and 82 A3 sized washroom poster panels. They have an average home game attendance this season of 30,107.
A fan quote taken directly from the Wolves website states ‘Every fortnight I become the best of friends with 28,000 people’. Which demonstrates perfectly that our advertising formats allow for reach of a predominantly male audience in their leisure time. They are deeply loyal to their club and others associated with it and have the time and means to engage with and remember brands situated in and around the stadium.