Wolves Supporters Club

Welcome to the DDCWWFCSC (aka the Daventry Wolves Supporters Club)

This site is intended to act as an introduction to all things DDCWWFCSC and provide news and information to our members. Some areas are interactive for our members to book match tickets, and talk all things Wolves with other members; other areas are for getting updates on events and activities, player of the year voting etc., and some parts show our history and the people associated with the DDCWWFCSC. 

It is intended for use by the members – so use it! Feedback and new ideas will always be welcomed, and we expect to introduce new features soon.

If you are new to the DDCWWFCSC or simply new to our site we are glad you are here, and if you are interested in joining us simply drop me an email from the contact button on the bottom right of this page and I’ll get back to you with details of how you can join our Wolves Supporters Club. Similarly if you have any questions for us please use the same link.

Best wishes

Chris Cox - Chairman

Honorary Member Focus

Graham Turner

In football success is hard to come by, there’s only one team each season that can win the league, and cup success is limited to 2 or three competitions a […]

Next Home Game...


everton

11th August 2018

Tickets

Next Away Game...


leicester-city

18th august 2018

Beerwolf

Information on away tickets can be found here.

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International Wolves Supporters

We're trying to find out where our fans are around the globe and would appreciate it if you would fill in the form below.

Andy Godden RIP

I have received the very sad news that Andy Godden member of the DDCWWFCSC passed away this week having lost his battle with Cancer. A quiet unassuming member, Andy travelled to matches from Liverpool usually sporting a gold and black Norther Soul bag. He was a close friend of Owen Hughes and was to be found in his group of friends and quite often came to games with his father. He never really spoke of his illness which he had had for some time merely saying that he was doing alright if asked. I thought he was on the road to recovery, so his passing came as quite a shock. He will be sadly missed by those of us who knew him and our thoughts are with his family and friends. RIP Andy.