Around 4,500 tickets for the final game of the season against Manchester United will go on sale to Priority Group 1 season ticket holders this Wednesday at 10am.
Following confirmation that planned changes in step 3 of the government roadmap will take place, ticket sales arrangements, capacity and matchday experience for the first game at Molineux with fans for over a year can now be confirmed.
Over 13,000 supporters entered the ballot and have now been placed randomly into one of four Priority Groups. Priority Group 1 supporters are guaranteed to be able to purchase a ticket in the first sales window, and any unsold tickets will then go on sale to Priority Group 2, and so on.
Tickets in the Stan Cullis, Sir Jack Hayward, Graham Hughes and Steve Bull Stands will be made available to those Priority Groups in number order as follows:
- Priority Group 1 Tickets available from 10am Wednesday 12th May
- Priority Group 2 Tickets available from 10am Friday 14th May (subject to availability)
- Priority Group 3 Tickets available from 10am Monday 17th May (subject to availability)
- Priority Group 4 Tickets available from 10am Tuesday 18th May (subject to availability)
Stadium capacity has been set at 4,500 in agreement with the Wolverhampton City Council Safety Advisory Group, in accordance with current government guidance, by a combination of assessing socially distanced seating and the space available within the concourses. Just 10 per cent of the 4,500 capacity is reserved for corporate season ticket holders.
Premier League protocol dictates that the Billy Wright Stand cannot be made available for sale to supporters, but will remain as a facility for players, officials, media and broadcasters.
Supporters are reminded that social distancing rules mean that adjacent seats can only be occupied by supporters who are from the same household or support bubble. Therefore, the majority of available seats will be individual socially distanced seats, however seat groups of two, three or four will also be available.
When selecting a seat group using online ticketing, all of the tickets within that group must be purchased. For example, when selecting a group of three seats, all three must be purchased – it will not be possible on the online ticketing system to purchase two seats and leave one seat remaining.
As part of the purchase process, supporters will be required to make a health declaration for each supporter within the transaction as well as confirming acceptance of a Code of Conduct.
While a negative Covid-19 test is not compulsory for entry, Wolves strongly encourage supporters to make use of the widely available rapid testing centres around Wolverhampton and free testing kits available online, click here for more info.
For more information on home Lateral Flow Tests, and where you can collect them locally, click here.
Supporters who register a positive Covid-19 test ahead of the game should get in contact with the Wolves ticket office to receive a full refund.
Tickets must be delivered digitally either as a ticket to be sent to the Wolves App or as a Print@Home ticket.
Each ticket will display the ticket owners name and matching photo ID must be produced for each adult, 65+ and under 21 ticket to gain entry at the ticket checkpoints around the stadium.
Each supporter must also complete a Health Declaration Questionnaire from 72 hours before attending the fixture which will be emailed to them. Fans who have not completed this will not be permitted into the stadium. Supporters will also receive an SMS containing a Covid-19 symptom reminder.
Click here for a video demonstration of the buying process including how to add your ticket to the Wolves App.
Ticket prices are as follows:
Steve Bull Stand
- Adult | £45
- 65+/U21 | £30.50
- U17| 16
Stan Cullis, Sir Jack Hayward & Graham Hughes Stand
- Adult | £40
- 65+/U21 | £26
- U17 | £14
Please note, credits held for games in the 2019/20 season which took place behind closed doors will only be applied for season ticket renewals. All sales are subject to a 50p per ticket admin fee.
The matchday experience in and around Molineux will differ from the norm and we thank fans in advance for their cooperation and support on the day.
All fans attending are required to read and comply with the Code of Conduct. They will also receive via email a detailed matchday guide with everything they need to know ahead of the game.