Wolverhampton Wanderers back in the Premier League
Wolves, one of the founding members of the football league, are back where they belong - taking on the country's biggest clubs in the Premier League. You can buy and sell Wolverhampton Wanderers tickets here at StubHub and cheer on the team in their distinctive orange jerseys. Under the guidance of Portuguese manager Nuno Espírito Santo, Wolverhampton Wanderers finished as champions in the EFL Championship with 99 points and a comfortable 9-point margin above nearest rivals Cardiff City. Now Wolves are ready to take on the likes of Man City, Chelsea, Man Utd, Liverpool and the rest of the giants of English football. Cheer them on from the Molineux Stadium or on the road as they hope to not only survive their first season back in England's top flight but maybe even push for silverware or a European spot. Get your Wolves tickets today at StubHub!
Wolverhampton Wanderers' Portuguese connection
You may not have noticed, but there is a heavy Portuguese connection at the West-Midland club. The manager is Portuguese and some of the team's star players are from the country on the Iberian peninsula. Ruben Neves, Diogo Jota, Ivan Cavaleiro and new Wolves signing Rui Patricio all hail from Portugal and are all connected to the super-agent Jorge Mendes, whose clients also include Cristiano Ronaldo, Jose Mourinho, David de Gea and James Rodriguez. Neves and co were crucial throughout Wolves' charge to the top of the Championship and there's no doubt that this talented group of players will help the club compete against some of the best teams in England, and Europe! Check the Wolves fixture list and buy Wolverhampton Wanderers premier league tickets here today.
Wolverhampton Wanderers history
Originally known as St Luke's F.C, Wolverhampton Wanderers are one of the oldest teams in English football. Founded in 1877, they were one of the founder clubs of the English Football League, along with several other clubs from the Midlands like Aston Villa, Derby County and West Bromwich Albion. In their history Wolverhampton Wanderers have won the English league three times (1954, 1958 and 1959), the FA Cup four times (1893, 1908, 1949 and 1960) and the Football League Cup twice (1974 and 1980). Even though it's been a long time since the club from Wolverhampton has won major silverware, fans are hoping that this new-look Wolves side is capable to go on to achieve great things. They have a large modern stadium - Molineux, and with the signing of the likes of Neves and Rui Patricio, the club show that they are not afraid to spend money. Cheer on Wolves, get Wolverhampton Wanderers 2018-19 tickets now!