One Pack Week | Double matchday

The club’s One Pack Week celebrations will conclude with a double matchday this weekend, with both the men’s and women’s first-teams in action.

Gary O’Neil’s side welcome Arsenal to Molineux on Saturday night, before Dan McNamara’s group face Nottingham Forest the following day, and both occasions form the club’s designated One Pack Week fixtures for 2024.

One Pack Week allows all involved in the club to celebrate the equality, diversity and inclusion which makes Wolves so special, and at Molineux and the New Bucks Head, the wider pack will gather to mark that.

O’Neil, his backroom team and staff will wear One Pack Week badges, while special messages will be seen around Molineux on the big screens and LEDS, and the matchday mascots will hold a One Pack Week banner pre-match.

The matchday programme, available to pre-order here, spotlights a packed section of One Pack Week 2024 treasures, featuring interviews with a range of Wolves personalities.

Ahead of the two fixtures, supporters can enjoy’s One Pack Week content, which includes a breakdown of the iconic photoshoot which provided the theme of this year’s One Pack Week and an in-depth interview with PC Catherine Clinton, who handles offences specifically against women and girls for West Midlands Police.

Russell Jones, general manager for commercial growth, said: “We currently have an inclusive strategy to ensure fan voice is represented in club decisions through our Fan Advisory Board. The board was launched in 2023 as part of our commitment to ensuring long term meaningful engagement with supporters, and where equality, diversity and inclusion can act as the golden thread that runs through our day-to-day actions and decisions.

“Two of the current initiatives include fan focus groups on environmental sustainability and matchday experience which has provided a proactive tool to understand supporter values on important topics.

“A dedicated One Pack Week fixture further provides an opportunity to bring these values to life, engaging with the many different people that contribute to the exciting matchday atmosphere here at Molineux.

“Over the course of the week, a spotlight has been shown on the experiences and stories of players and supporters through the One Pack Week photoshoot, this is a great example of when fans and players can come together to bring our values to life. I hope we can extend this feeling during this weekend’s One Pack Week fixture.”

Jenna Burke-Martin, head of women and girl’s football, said: “Wolves have an incredible way of making everyone feel part of the club. One Pack Week is a special time for us as a club to showcase some of the amazing integration that happens here on a day-to-day basis.

“The women and girl’s teams are embedded into the club through all departments and that provides us with some incredible resources and opportunities to continue to develop the programme here.”

Throughout the year, the club’s ethos continues on and off the pitch where everyone associated to Wolves can feel like their unique self and is treated with fairness and respect.