Molineux’s concourses, hospitality areas and external catering units will go cashless for the 2019/20 season, starting this Thursday against Crusaders.
After consultation and feedback from Fans’ Parliament over a number of seasons, the club and its new food and hospitality provider Levy UK have undertaken extensive infrastructure work over the summer months to ensure the new cashless environment would be ready for the 2019/20 season.
From Thursday onwards, supporters will only be able to purchase food and beverage using a valid debit or credit card, with contactless or mobile phone available for payments under £30 and chip and PIN for payments over.
The move to cashless has already happened at a number of other sporting venues to great success, decreasing the wait times for supporters, particularly during busy periods, whilst also improving the overall level of service, hygiene and fan experience.
Until the Burnley game on Saturday 24th August, there will be a very small cash kiosk provision in each stand to help supporters adjust to the new changes.
For more information about matchday at Molineux, please visit the Matchday section of Wolves Help by clicking here.
Supporters are being urged to arrive well before the kick-off time of 7.45pm for Thursday’s Europa League second qualifying round match against Crusaders.
The fixture is the club’s first foray into European competition in almost 40 years, and with all areas of the stadium sold out supporters are urged to arrive in good time to avoid queues at the turnstiles.
Supporters are also advised that very high temperatures are expected in Wolverhampton on Thursday, so please wear appropriately light clothing and stay hydrated at all times.
For all Crusaders supporters making the trip from Belfast, we have produced this handy guide to getting the most out of your trip to Wolverhampton.