Wolves have been drawn against Espanyol in the club’s first appearance in the knockout stages of major European competition in almost 40 years.
Following Thursday night’s victory over Besiktas at Molineux, Nuno Espirito Santo’s side will be in high spirits as they entertain the Spanish outfit over two legs in the 2019/20 Europa League round of 32.
The first leg will take place on Thursday 20th February at Molineux, kick-off 8pm (UK time), before the second leg at the RCDE Stadium on Thursday 27th February, kick-off 5.55pm (UK time).
To get to this stage of the competition, Wolves have had to get through several qualifying ties before finishing as runners-up in their Group K campaign following games against Braga, Besiktas and Slovan Bratislava.
After finishing as one of the 12 Europa League group runners-up, Wolves were unseeded for the last 32 draw, alongside the likes of Eintracht Frankfurt, Roma, Shakhtar Donetsk, Sporting CP and Rangers.
Wolves were guaranteed to avoid ties with fellow Premier League sides Manchester United and Arsenal, as well as Group K winners Braga, following their two matches in the previous stage. The draw paired Wolves with Espanyol, currently sat 20th in La Liga.
Please note, as in the group stages, loyalty points will be used to determine ticket priority for Wolves’ away fixture. Supporters who are believe they are unlikely to have sufficient loyalty points are advised not to make travel arrangements until such point as our allocation is confirmed. Competition rules stipulate that the allocation Wolves receive will be a minimum of five per cent of RCDE Stadium’s 40,000-seater capacity.
Ticket allocation will be announced on wolves.co.uk and across the club’s social media channels as soon as they are confirmed.