Support Wolverhampton Pride with Wolves’ Pride in the Pack t-shirts

To celebrate Wolverhampton Pride returning to the city this Saturday, Wolves fans can show their support to the LGBTQ+ community by purchasing limited edition Pride in the Pack t-shirts.

Proudly bearing the Wolves crest on the front and complete with the progressive pride print on the back, the t-shirts have been designed by members of the club’s equality staff network and individuals from the clubs Equality Advisory Group, who independently advise and support on the clubs EDI strategy and plans.

The t-shirts come in unisex fit for sizes small to 4XL are now on sale and currently available from the Wolves Megastore at Molineux, priced at £20.

Proceeds from the t-shirt sales will go to LGBTQ+ charities who are key partners at Wolverhampton Pride this weekend; Wolverhampton LGBT+, X2Y and Gorgeous Radio.

The t-shirts were proudly on display at the recent Birmingham Pride and will once again be worn by the staff and supporters taking part in Wolverhampton Pride on Saturday 10th June

Returning bigger and better than ever, Wolverhampton Pride will feature a Pride Parade starting at 12pm from Victoria Street, followed by a main stage at the festival plaza in Old Market Square with live music, drag artists and DJs – including Scott Mills, The Fizz and Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK contestant Baga Chipz – along with plenty of community stalls.

This year’s Pride Parade is the first in the city for nearly a decade and is an event that is open for everyone to come together to celebrate, to learn about and to support LGBTQ+ inclusion within Wolverhampton. Wolves staff and supporters will be taking part in the procession around the city centre, while our very own Wolfie & Wendy will be supporting the festival plaza launch.

To support local LGBT+ charities and show your Wolves colours during Wolverhampton Pride, head to the Megastore now to purchase your special edition Pride in the Pack t-shirts.

Supported charities:

Wolverhampton LGBT+ | Set up in 2016, the charity involves more than 30 local organisations across the Black Country to forward and develop services to make Wolverhampton not only inclusive but safe and welcoming to members of the LGBT+ community.

X2Y | A small charity based in Wolverhampton and the Black Country working with LGBTQ+ young people aged 11 to 25.

Gorgeous Radio | An LGBTQ+ station that broadcasts across Wolverhampton, Dudley, and Stourbridge on DAB from studios in Wolverhampton city centre. The not for profit organisation gives presenters and researchers the opportunity to present the latest LGBTQ+ news, conversations, and a great mix of music to listeners.