Welcome to the new wolves.co.uk
Today we have launched the brand new wolves.co.uk after seven months of development in partnership with Aqueduct.
As announced in November 2016 Wolves took the decision to exit the EFL collective digital agreement that has provided the Club website for over 17 years.
This new website will bring you the latest news and videos on a fully mobile-responsive and easily-navigable platform.
From the homepage you can navigate around the site from the menu button, go directly to the online tickets and retail site by clicking the buttons in the top right or see the latest content by scrolling down the page.
Within the navigation menu you’ll see “Trending Stories”. This is an exciting new feature that aggregates news and videos from the website as well as tweets from the Club and other accounts about a specific topic. This way, if you want to keep up to date with all of the transfer activity for this season just visit #2017Transfers. We’ll also include fan tweets in this feed from time to time so keep an eye out to see if you feature.
This is a long-term project and we are only at the start of the journey with further developments due to be released before the start of the season, including a new Live Matchday Centre providing fans who can’t attend matches with a much improved online matchday experience.
In a few weeks we’ll also be launching “Single Sign On” meaning when you sign in to wolves.co.uk you can leave the site to visit our tickets and retail sites and not have to log in again, creating a much more user-friendly experience when navigating around our digital platforms.
We will also be providing a replacement for the Wolves Player HD product, called WolvesTV which will be similar to the EFL’s iFollow.
Details of this will be announced shortly when we have finalised the details of the product with the EFL to ensure it meets the League’s broadcasting rules. This will include live matchday commentary, behind the scenes videos and live broadcasting to overseas fans, for the fixtures where this is permitted by league rules.
“We are really pleased to have worked closely with Aqueduct to develop a brand new website,” said Managing Director Laurie Dalrymple.
“It is a really exciting project with lots of further developments planned that will provide a much improved online experience for Wolves fans around the world.
“Our supporters have been at the heart of the project as we have organised workshops to gain feedback and guidance on the design and layout which has resulted in a website which we hope everyone will enjoy using.
“It is vitally important that we keep up to date with modern media and provide a high quality digital experience for our supporters to enjoy.
“I would also like to thank everyone involved from Aqueduct who have experience in designing many other top websites, but have also been open to all the feedback to ensure that the finished product is specifically geared to what we believe our supporters would like.
“And I would also like to thank the team here at Wolves for their work on the new website, in particular Head of Marketing Laura Gabbidon, who has led the project from the club’s perspective.
“All of the team have done a great job in helping to deliver what we believe to be an excellent new website, and we look forward to hearing the feedback from supporters.”
Aqueduct founder Rob Oubridge added: “It really has been an honour working with a club with the background and stature of Wolves.
“We are immensely proud of the new website and look forward to continuing to improve the site for fans over the coming years."
*Take a look around the site and please let us know your feedback at email@example.com. You’ll notice at the bottom of every page we’re displaying quotes from supporters, if you would like to appear at the bottom of the site complete the form below and provide us with a quote of what being a Wolves fan means to you.