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Information For MK Dons Fixture


11:42 28th March 2014

Almost 9,000 making the trip

Preparations are well underway for Saturday’s away fixture versus MK Dons (3pm) with Wolves taking their biggest away following in the league for over 20 years.


An incredible 8,857 fans are set to make the trip and match is SOLD OUT to Wolves supporters with 22 coaches set to leave Molineux’s Stan Cullis Car Park at 11am on Saturday morning.


The North Bank Bar will be open from 9am until the coaches depart.


Fans – travelling via Wolves Official Travel – should park their cars on either the Waterloo Road or Whitmore Hill Car Parks free of charge – with the Stan Cullis Car Park required to accommodate the huge number of coaches.   Passengers will just need to show their official travel ticket on the gate to the car park.


Wolfie and Wendy will be waving the fans off, giving out balloons and special shirts – signed by Head Coach Kenny Jackett and captain Samuel Ricketts – will be raffled on each of the official coaches.


Wolves have also funded and arranged for two coach loads of 100 young wolves fans and their parents to attend the game, with the youngsters taking part in a special half time pitch parade organised by MK Dons.


Wolves will also be inviting fans to send their pictures in on the day via the club’s Twitter account –   From these photos one supporter will be selected to win two tickets in the Directors’ Box for the home game with Peterborough on Saturday, April 5th (3pm).


Click here for more match information which has been issued by MK Dons (


Matt Grayson from Wolves, said: “Regardless of what happens on the pitch, Saturday will be a special day in the Club’s history and we’d like to thank all the fans who are travelling to MK Dons, and to those supporters who can’t be there but have backed us throughout the campaign.


“We’re hoping for another family-orientated football day, which will continue the fantastic way in which the Club’s travelling support have represented Wolves this season.”

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