Wolves’ pre-season fixtures will continue to be streamed live on WolvesTV and via Facebook’s Paid Online Events feature - with Bruno Lage's side set to face UD Las Palmas on Monday morning.
All four remaining matches are available globally for supporters for the price of £4.99 per game, and fans can choose to tune in on either WolvesTV, via the website or Wolves App, or as part of a Paid Online Event on Wolves’ official Facebook page.
After the first friendly against Crewe Alexandra, and a win over Real Betis on Saturday evening, Wolves’ pre-season continues on Monday morning with a game against Las Palmas (26th July, 9.30am), before fixtures with Stoke City (31st July, 1pm), Coventry City (1st August, 1pm) and Celta Vigo (7th August, 1pm).
All streams will feature multiple camera angles and live commentary.
Supporters who bought all six matches as a bundle exclusively through WolvesTV will be able to access all upcoming games by logging into their Wolves account and clicking here.
Wolves will become the first Premier League side to utilise the social media giant’s new Paid Online Events feature, making games available to a much wider audience and catering for Wolves’ global fanbase to follow the games live, with the option for live chat between supporters during the games.
Please note, free audio-only commentary will not be available for Wolves' pre-season games.
Wolves head of digital, Richard Pepper, said: “We are really excited to be able to offer our supporters the opportunity to watch Wolves’ pre-season via Facebook, which is currently our most popular social media channel, with over two million fans.
“Facebook has 2.6 billion monthly active users worldwide, and, as of January 2021, is the leading social network in 154 countries around the world.
“Whilst many supporters will have tuned into WolvesTV over the years, we feel that teaming up with Facebook to broadcast our pre-season fixtures will cater for an even broader spectrum of our supporters across the globe.”
Please be aware that purchasers will only be able to view the live stream through the platform they purchased on – if supporters purchase via WolvesTV they will have access to the WolvesTV stream but not Facebook feed and vice versa.
For any issues accessing the feed on the day please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.