Easter open training session at Molineux

This Easter, young Wolves supporters can watch their heroes train live at Molineux – while winning great prizes – during the latest open training session.

Lage’s side will head to Molineux on Wednesday 20th April to prepare for their Premier League visit to Burnley three days later, and the pack is invited to join for a special Easter training session, with tickets now on sale to season ticket holders and members.

Gates will open at 9.30am, when Dicky Dodd, Wolfie and Wendy will be building the atmosphere through a series of games ahead of the players coming out for their training session.

During the event, which runs until 12.30pm, there will be lots of prizes to be won – including the opportunity to win four tickets to see Billionaire Boy at the Grand Theatre.

This special prize will be announced on the day and handed to the young supporter who creates the best Easter bonnet or hat.

Also featuring at the event will be a live DJ, bouncing bunnies and a balloon modeler, while some children will have the chance to take part in an egg and spoon race, a bean bag throw and a penalty shootout against Wolfie.

Tickets for the Easter open training session are priced at £5, including a free gift for every junior, and are now available to book by season ticket holders and members at tickets.wolves.co.uk. Tickets will then go on general sale on Sunday 3rd April.

Attending supporters can also enjoy 30 per cent off everything inside the Molineux Megastore for one day only, while lucky seats in the stands will win even more great prizes.

The Easter open training session is being held in association with Howard Wright Financial Planning, who have donated 200 tickets to Wolves Foundation to distribute within the community.

Tom Warren, senior manager – projects at Wolves Foundation, said: “A huge thank you to Howard Wright Financial Planning for their generous donation of tickets for 200 Foundation participants to attend the Easter Open Training Session.

“These opportunities are once in a lifetime for many of our beneficiaries, many of which have only seen Molineux and our players from the outside.

“We’re always keen for sponsors to support the work that we do, so for a fellow Wolverhampton based organisation to think of us is fantastic.”

A family-focused and family-owned firm located in the heart of Wolverhampton, Howard Wright Financial Planning added: “We are so excited to be partnering with Wolves and to be part of this incredible day. Family, football and working with our local community is at the core of what we do.

“At Howard Wright we help families achieve their financial goals and future financial dreams. To see how Howard Wright can help your family plan for their financial future, click here.”

Limited car parking will be available on the Stan Cullis car park, while entry to the relaunched Wolves Museum will be available after training for an additional £5, offering supporters the chance to learn more about the club’s proud history.

Unfortunately, due to Premier League Covid restrictions, autographs and selfies with players will not be available at the open training session, but if this guidance changes, the club will update supporters.

To secure your place at what promises to be a special Easter event, visit tickets.wolves.co.uk.