Only way to watch Wolves under-23s vs Stoke is at Molineux

Wolves under-23s are on the cusp of securing home advantage in the Premier League 2 Division 2 play-offs as they return to Molineux for the second time in a week.

James Collins’ side will face play-off rivals Stoke City from 7pm on Monday 25th April under the lights, and Molineux is the only place to see the crucial clash.

Due to Crystal Palace’s top-flight clash with Leeds United taking place on the same evening, the usual free Wolves TV live stream will not be available for this game due to Premier League broadcasting restrictions.

However, season ticket holders and members can get free entry into Molineux for this Monday’s match but must claim their ticket in advance. For non-season ticket holders, tickets cost £4 for adults, £2 for over-65s and under-21s, while under-17s can gain free entry.


Currently sitting second in the Premier League 2 Division 2 table with just two matches of the campaign remaining, the under-23s coincidentally face two of the sides they are competing with to secure a play-off spot in the Potters and Norwich City.

This means the Molineux games are going to be vital in the development team’s push for promotion into the top tier of youth football, with the side finishing the season in second earning home advantage for the play-offs fixtures.

Tickets to watch the under-23s at Molineux must be bought in advance, while season ticket holders, members and under-17s must claim their free tickets by clicking here.

Parking will also be available for spectators on a first come/first served basis in the Stan Cullis and Waterloo Road car parks.