Club Honours

Domestic leagues

Premier League/First Division Champions | 1953/54, 1957/58, 1958/59

  • Runner up | 1937/38, 1938/39, 1949/50, 1954/55, 1959/60

Championship/Second Division Champions | 1931/32, 1976/77, 2008/09, 2017/18

  • Runner up | 1966/67, 1982/83
  • Play Off Winners | 2002/03

League One/Third Division Champions | 1923/24 (North), 1988/89, 2013/14

League Two/Fourth Division Champions | 1987/88

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Domestic cups

FA Cup Winners | 1892/93, 1907/08, 1948/49, 1959/60

  • Finalists | 1888/89, 1895/96, 1920/21, 1938/39

League Cup Winners | 1973/74, 1979/80

Football League Trophy Winners | 1987/88

FA Charity Shield Winners | 1954/55, 1959/60

  • Finalists | 1958/59

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European tournaments

Texaco Cup Winners | 1970/71

UEFA Cup Finalists | 1971/72

Club Records

The first and only club to pass 100 goals for four consecutive seasons in the English leagues from 1957/58 to 1960/61.

The first club to have won all four professional English leagues.

The only club to have won all of the main domestic cup competitions (FA Cup, League Cup and Football League Trophy).

The ninth most successful club in domestic English history with 13 major trophy wins.

In 2005, Wolves became the first team to have scored 7,000 league goals.

The lowest-placed Football League team to win FA Cup (ninth in the second division).

Player Records

Billy Wright | The first player in world football to earn 100 international caps.

Steve Bull | The only player to score half century of goals in successive seasons (1987/88 and 1988/89) 

John Heath | Scored the first goal from a penalty kick in the Football League (vs Accrington, 1891)

Tom Phillipson | The only player to score in 13 successive league games (1926/27) 

Jimmy Mullen | The first substitute used by England (vs Belgium, 1950)

Dennis Wilshaw | The only player to score four goals in an England-Scotland full international (7-2 at Wembley, 1955)