Molineux activities for home finale with Fulham

With another excellent home campaign drawing to a close with Saturday’s fixture with Fulham, a number of activities will be taking place in and around Molineux for supporters to enjoy.

After a Twitter exchange with Wolves managing director Laurie Dalrymple, WWE wrestler Sin Cara is making the trip over to the UK to support his good friend Raul Jimenez.

Sin Cara will be addressing the crowd in the build up to kick-off, with thousands of cardboard Jimenez Lucha Libre masks handed out at the turnstiles for supporters to don.

Half an hour before kick-off there will also be a very special surprise, with more details announced on Friday, so be sure to be in the stands by 2.30pm to enjoy the build up.

Before young supporters enter Molineux, they are encouraged to head to Wolfie’s Den where the Match Attax World Championships will be taking place, with the grand final pitch-side at half time. Saturday is also Wolfie’s birthday, so supporters can celebrate with face painting, cake and party bags.

At half-time the achievements of the Wolves Academy will be recognised, firstly with a video celebrating Rob Edwards’ league winning under-23 side, who cannot be there on the day, before the under-8 squad enjoy a lap of the pitch to a warm reception.

After the game, the players will leave the field of play, before Wolves Women and Wolves Disability FC take to the pitch to be applauded for their successful seasons.

The Molineux crowd will then be the first to learn the three nominations for the Supporters’ Player of the Year, based on their votes over the last two weeks.

The three players will be announced and welcomed to the pitch, before the winner of Worldwide Wolves Player of the Season is presented by the UK and overseas supporter club of the year chairman.

After that, the rest of the first team, Nuno and his staff will do a lap of appreciation around the Molineux pitch, thanking fans for their support over the course of the season.

Supporters are reminded that it is a criminal offence to enter the field of play at any time, and are urged to stay in their seat to enjoy the post-match appreciation.