What is the role of the Football Fan? And are fans changing?
...written by Chris Cox, posted in Guest Writers, with 5 Comments.

I’m writing this the day after we lost at home to Bolton in the Premier League, in what appears to be a relegation season. The odds are certainly well stacked […]

Thanks Mick….
...written by Chris Cox, posted in Guest Writers, with 4 Comments.

So the Mick McCarthy era at Wolves has come to an end.  After five and a half years he has been shown the door at Molineux, in a season where […]

My day at the Wolves Training Ground
...written by Melinda, posted in Guest Writers, with 2 Comments.

Melinda Phillips is a keen and active member of the DDCWWFCSC, and at the Dinner back in January outbid the competition to win a day at the Wolves training ground […]

What Wolves mean to me…..
...written by Rod Ireland, posted in Guest Writers, with 1 Comment.

Prominent DDCWWFCSC member Rod Ireland takes a look into his soul to give us this piece of how he feels about Wolves life and everything…… What Wolves Mean To Me […]

What Wolves Mean to Me…
...written by David Instone, posted in Guest Writers, with 1 Comment.

WHAT WOLVES MEANS TO ME By David Instone (Creator of www.wolvesheroes.com and author of Billy & Bully) Charles Ross once wrote, during my 16 years of following Wolves home and […]

What Wolves Mean to Me….
...written by Charles Ross, posted in Guest Writers, with 1 Comment.

Editor of a Load of Bull Charles Ross has penned us a piece following on in this theme, his piece as the others in this series are, is a very […]

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Home ticket information – IMPORTANT

The new season is fast approaching and demand for home tickets will be high. We have 8 tickets up for grabs this season, and they will be available in the same way as in previous seasons. Firstly they are on sale to MEMBERS ONLY. So to get one you also have to pay your subs. Subs are £10 for full members, £5 for retired people, £2:50 for kids and people in full time education. The ticket prices will be as Wolves ‘on the day price’ that is £27 for the majority of games then £30 for those so called category A games. Which are Manchester City and United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham & Aresenal.

So to book this MUST BE ONLINE ONLY and ONE TICKET PER APPLICATION, if you need more than 1 apply twice, but remember MEMBERS ONLY. Tickets will be on sale approx 1 week ahead of the fixture, you pay and collect from the Western. If you book and don’t show you still have to pay as you will have prevented it being sold elsewhere. Tickets for the Everton match will go on sale Saturday 4th August at 12 Noon.