If you’re a football fan with an interest in football history, own a piece of football history yourself or just want to support a good cause, come and join us at Molineux Stadium on Friday 8th July from 11.30am-5pm.
As well as the chance to meet ex-Wolves players Mel Eves, Phil Parkes and Steve Bull, there will be dedicated Wolves historians and a celebrity antique expert, who will all be on hand to price up football artefacts and talk you though their background and history.
Bring your football memorabilia
If you’ve got any interesting memorabilia, bring them down from 12-3pm to the WV1 Bar in the Stan Cullis Stand and find out how much they’re worth!
Free entry for everyone
The Wolves museum will be open free of charge from 11.30am – 5pm (tickets usually £7 for adults). Find out about the history of Wolves, and take a look at some of the fascinating artefacts on display, including historic football shirts and trophies.
All proceeds from the day will be donated to Acorns Children’s Hospice; a fantastic charity that provides a network of care for life-limited and life-threatened babies, children, young people and their families, across the West Midlands.
To register for the event on Friday 8th July, all you need to do is reserve tickets for the museum on the day by clicking on this link.
Type in ‘WWFCM’ in the checkout code for your free entry.
We look forward to seeing you there!