As Wolves supporters prepare for their first away day in 17 months, wolves.co.uk has all the important information to note pre-match.
2,384 Wolves supporters are making the trip to Stoke City on Saturday for the 1pm kick-off and both clubs have worked together to create advice and guidelines to ensure the safety of all in attendance.
At the bet365 Stadium, face coverings are not mandatory, but as Covid-19 infection rates continue to fluctuate, all supporters are urged to take caution and wear one, particularly in the concourse, when not seated or eating and drinking.
All refreshment kiosks will be open in the away end and alcohol will be served, providing behaviour remains appropriate, and like at Molineux, the concourses will run a cashless system.
Outside the stadium, car parking cannot be pre-booked but there is ample pay on the day parking available in nearby, signposted third party car parks.
For fans travelling by train, police will transfer them to the stadium from the train station at 11.30am, via shuttle buses at a return cost of £4.
For supporters with accessible needs, the facilities are impressive, with more information available here.
Elsewhere, the Stoke City matchday guide is a comprehensive collection of all information needed for supporters visiting the bet365 Stadium and available here.