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Wolverhampton Wanderers


Initially formed as St Luke’s FC in 1877, the club became a founder member of the Football League 11 years later. In 1889 the club moved to their Molineux ground which is their current home.

• Championship Winners: 2009
• Championship Play Off Winners: 2003
• Div One (old): 1959, 1958, 1954
• Div Two: 1977, 1932
• Div Three: 1989
• Div Three North: 1924
• Div Four: 1988
• FA Cup: 1960, 1949, 1908, 1893
• League Cup: 1980, 1974

Did you know?
Woverhampton Wanderers are the only club to have won titles in five different English Football League divisions and were the first team to score 7,000 league goals.

More information:
Wolverhampton Wanderers Official Website
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Wolverhampton Wanderers Supporters Club 

Destination: Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton is the gateway between the historic Black Country and the beautiful countryside of Shropshire and Staffordshire. A snapshot of 21st century city life, Wolverhampton boasts a vibrant mix of shopping, art, theatre, sport and nightlife.

By day, the city is a lively and attractive centre for shopping, culture and commerce. By night, it's a haven for 25,000 revellers with numerous clubs, pubs, theatres and concert venues.

Find out more about Wolverhampton with Enjoy England's Wolverhampton destination guide.

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Stadium Tours

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Season 2010/11:
17th place
Molineux, Wolverhampton
Away end:
Lower Steve Bull Stand
Song they run out to:
Hi Ho Silver Lining, Jeff Beck
Top scorer 10/11:
Steven Fletcher (10 goals)