Supporters can go behind the scenes and enjoy never-before-seen areas of Molineux while meeting the captain of the 1972 UEFA Cup Final at a 50th anniversary VIP tour this May.
It’s been half a century since Wolves reached the inaugural final of the UEFA Cup – a competition which saw the gold and black side overcome some of European football’s giants, including Juventus, to reach the showpiece match.
To mark the anniversary, the Wolves captain from that day, Jim McCalliog, will be attending Molineux as part of quartet of special VIP tours on Saturday 14th May, where the Scottish international will be speaking to supporters.
There will be four tours taking place on 14th May, at 12pm, 2pm, 4pm and 6pm, and all are now available to purchase, allowing fans to truly explore Molineux in all its glory, while spending time with a club legend.
With a Molineux stadium tour, supporters can visit the first-team changing rooms, both home and away, and follow in the footsteps of legends by walking down the Molineux tunnel.
Once pitch side, supporters can take a seat in Bruno Lage’s dugout, before visiting the Wolves Museum to learn more about the club’s rich history as a founder member of the Football League.
Tickets for the VIP tours, cost £35 per person
To purchase tickets for either tour, visit tickets.wolves.co.uk now.