With Wolves in an FA Cup quarter-final for the first time since 2003, fans are being urged to arrive in good time for Saturday’s tie against Manchester United.
With Wolves in an FA Cup quarter final for the first time since 2003, fans are being urged to arrive in good time for Saturday’s tie against Manchester United.
The game will be broadcast live on BBC One to an expected audience of over five million in the UK alone, and supporters have the opportunity to show their incredible support for Nuno and the squad in pictures that will be broadcast across the globe.
The match kicks-off at 7.55pm, and supporters are urged to be in the stands by at least 7.40pm to see the countdown to kick-off and be part of the tifos that will take place across all four stands.
Every home supporter will receive a flag to be waved as the players emerge from the tunnel, whilst the club have worked with fan groups to create a special mosaic in the South Bank. Anyone seated in the South Bank is asked to hold (rather than wave) their flag as the players enter the pitch. An illustrative diagram can be found at the bottom of this story.
The flags have been distributed across the stadium by hordes of volunteers who have worked tirelessly to help add to the atmosphere for what will be a very special night at Molineux - a huge thanks to everyone that has helped.
For supporters who have bought their tickets online, there are no print at home tickets for this fixture. Those who have uploaded to their smart card will receive an email on Friday and text message on Saturday confirming their smart card details.
Manchester United supporters are reminded that they are located in two different areas of Molineux so need to check their tickets carefully to ascertain the correct entrance, and their exit routes after the game will be restricted, with police and stewards providing directions. There will be no alcohol sales in the away concourses.
With the game being moved to Saturday evening, supporters of both sides are reminded of their responsibilities as ambassadors of their clubs and are encouraged to enjoy the build-up and Saturday night’s game safely and respectfully.
Instruction diagram for supporters in the South Bank: