Wolves are on the road to kick off the 2022/23 Premier League season as Bruno Lage’s squad head to Yorkshire for an opening day fixture against Leeds United.
A sold-out allocation of more than 2,900 supporters will be heading to Elland Road on Saturday for the 3pm kick-off to watch Wolves get their new campaign up and running.
For those making the journey this weekend, here is everything you need to know…
Stadium | Elland Road
Capacity | 37,792
Address | Elland Road, Beeston, Leeds, LS11 0ES
Away allocation | 2,903
On matchdays, a shuttle bus service operated by First Leeds Buses, numbered R2, departs from Sovereign Street, adjacent to Leeds station, to Elland Road.
The service will depart from 1.30pm on Saturday and runs at frequent intervals until kick-off. At the end of the match, a frequent service will operate back to Leeds city centre. Prices are £3 return for adults and £1.50 children/OAPs. Single journeys are priced at £2 adults and £1 children/OAPs.
Supporters are able to park in the park and ride car park off Bobby Collins Way, which is near the away coaches. Those who have a blue badge are advised to have this on display and park in Fullerton, off Elland Road, and will be parked in the first two rows and no payment will be required.
Click here for a map of the stadium.
An automated turnstile system is in place at Elland Road. For security and safety reasons, all match tickets are barcoded. In order to gain entry, supporters are asked push the turnstile to check it is locked from the previous supporter.
Match ticket holders need to insert the barcode portion of the ticket into the reader, when the green light illuminates, push against the turnstile to access the stadium.
Elland Road provides audio description for visually impaired supporters, which are available to pre book for a refundable £20 deposit once the headset is returned. Please call the ticket office on 0330 333 1521 to add your name to the list for audio headsets which can be collected from the West Stand security office.
For anyone wishing to bring in any medical equipment, please email email@example.com.
Further information for disabled supporters attending Saturday’s fixture can be found here.
Social stories, a new communication exchange technique using meaningful and understandable pictures, are now available for all of Wolves’ away trips.
These guides are designed to assist fans through an event using up to date pictures and giving them advanced knowledge of what to expect when visiting new places.
Any supporter who would benefit from a social story for visiting Elland Road, or any future away game, should contact the Wolves Fan Services team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each social story is individual to the away ground Wolves visits.