Tickets on sale for under-23 play-off final at Molineux

Tickets are now on sale to watch Wolves under-23s in their second final in just over a week, as Molineux hosts the Premier League 2 Division 2 play-off final against Stoke City.

After their penalty heroics in the semi-final on Tuesday evening, supporters can give their backing to Wolves under-23s for free on Monday 23rd May (kick-off 7pm) as they find themselves just 90 minutes away from promotion into the top tier of youth football.

Season ticket holders and members can get free entry into the stadium for the final 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.


The curtain will be drawn on another fantastic season for the under-23s, who finished runners-up in league campaign with just one league defeat since the turn of the year.

Having also reached the Premier League Cup final, Collins’ side will hope to go one further on Monday, knowing victory in the final will secure their return to Premier League 2 Division 1 after two years away from the top-flight.

Wolves reached Monday’s showpiece match after a thrilling penalty shootout victory over Norwich City at Molineux, in which all five penalties takers found the back of the net, while goalkeeper Matija Sarkic made a crucial save to send his side through to the last two.

Head coach Collins said: “We’ve got a few days’ rest, because they’ll need it, and then we go for a final and see if we can get promoted. We’ve got to prepare professionally and properly for the final, see if we can get the tactics right and win the game.

“But whatever happens, I’m chuffed to bits for them. I’m absolutely delighted for the boys and we can really go into the final with our chests puffed out, ready to go.”

Tickets to watch the under-23s at Molineux must be bought in advance with sales closing at 5pm this evening, 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.