Wolves supporters in the USA joined thousands of other Premier League fans who descended on Boston to enjoy the first day of the Premier League and NBC Sports' Premier League Mornings Live on Saturday.
It was the third event of its kind and was held in the shadow of Fenway Park at the Cask n' Flagon sports bar, while Lansdowne Street was made into a special outdoor viewing venue, where Boston Wolves and New York Wolves were able to watch their side take on Burnley.
The day started at 7:30am ET with where supporters of Fulham and Manchester City met to watch their teams in the early kick-off. They were treated to a visit of former City man, Shaun Wright-Phillips, who brought with him the Premier League trophy.
As the day progressed, Wolves supporters were able to watch their side take on Burnley, before the late kick-off of West Ham United against Everton.
However, it wasn't just the action on the big screens that brought fans of all Premier League clubs to the event.
They also had the pleasure of seeing the NBC Sports’ Premier League Mornings studio team of host Rebecca Lowe and analysts Robbie Earle, Kyle Martino and Robbie Mustoe in person, while NBC also organised a dance-off between the club mascots, including Wolfie, who had visited from the UK.
David Koppe, joint-chairman of New York Wolves, said: “The Premier League Fan Fest in Boston was an amazing day. Having lived in the New York area for nearly 30 years now, I’ve typically been the only Wolves fan watching my beloved team, so to be able to share the love with lots of Wolves fans during the Fan Fest was superb.
“Our New York Wolves branch has grown from the dozen of us who met for the first time watching the Everton match at the beginning of the season, to have well over 100 members. What a time to be a Wolves fan.”
Meanwhile, Chris Wood, chairman of Ohio Wolves the founder of Wolves USA, added: “Wolves USA started way back in 2011. It exploded when Wolves games were shown on Wolves TV last season.
“Worldwide Wolves has really helped us link up the clubs and it’s great to see so many new ones as well.”
Boston Wolves and New York Wolves are two of 18 USA-based Worldwide Wolves supporter groups, in New York City, Boston, Long Island, Minnesota, Chicago, Ohio, Houston, Maryland, Phoenix, Tennessee, Los Angeles, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Virginia, Philadelphia, Arizona and New Orleans.
For more information on Worldwide Wolves, click here.