Wolves are set for their first FA Cup semi-final appearance in 21 years when Nuno Espirito Santo’s side entertain Watford at Wembley Stadium this Sunday.
More than 33,000 Wolves supporters have snapped up tickets for the 4pm cup clash under the Wembley arch – Wolves’ first cup appearance at the ‘home of football’ since the Sherpa Van Trophy Final victory over Burnley in 1988.
Wolves’ official coach travel to Wembley is now sold out. Coaches will leave Molineux at 10.30am prompt, but coaches must be boarded by 10.10am. For detailed information regarding the club’s official coach travel, visit our in depth matchday guide by clicking here.
Wolves supporters have been allocated the East side of Wembley Stadium, while supporters have also been designated specific ‘Fan Zones’ outside of the venue, where there will be drinks, food and entertainment available pre-match.
The nearest London Underground station is Wembley Park which is around a ten-minute walk from the stadium. This is served by both the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines.
Parking facilities which are available around Wembley Stadium are managed and operated by Wembley Park. It is recommended that any guests wishing to drive to the stadium only use the Official Wembley Stadium Car Parks.
Wolves supporters have been allocated seven pubs on the East side of Wembley Stadium; The Torch, Crock of Gold, Sports Bar Double 6, The Wembley Tavern, The Parish, Blue Check Café and Crystal Club.
Supporters need to be aware of the Wembley Stadium bag policy, with all bags – which must be smaller than A4 in size – being checked at the outer cordon of the venue.
Detailed supporter information for the FA Cup semi-final, including pubs, fan zones, train and coach travel, parking, accessibility, important information and FAQ’s for the day, can be found here.