Tickets are now on sale for supporters to watch Wolves under 23s at Molineux as they have the chance to progress to the knockout stages of the Premier League Cup on Friday.
A single point against Oxford United for Rob Edwards’ unbeaten cup side will guarantee his team’s place in the next round of the competition.
Season ticket holders can get free entry into the stadium for the 7pm kick-off on Friday 22nd February but must claim their ticket in advance.
More than 2,500 supporters watched the under-23s beat Manchester United 2-1 at Molineux back in October, and Edwards is urging Wolves fans to continue their support of his development side.
The former Wolves defender and current under-23s head coach said: “We’re all looking forward to the challenge of Oxford, but it’s also great opportunity to play at Molineux.
“The last game against Manchester United was a really good event, everyone organised it really well, and it will be great if we could have similar support from the Wolves fans once again on Friday night.”
Ticket prices are as follows, with all proceeds going to Wolves Academy:
- My Wolves: £2
- #WolfPack, Young Wolves & Wolves Dribblers: £1
- Adults: £4
- Concessions: £2
Wolves under-23s are currently unbeaten in their Premier League Cup campaign, taking eight points from their opening four Group E matches, placing the team at the top of the table, with a final match against second placed Swansea City still to come.
Tickets for the Molineux fixture with Oxford must be bought in advance from wolves.co.uk while season ticket holders need to download their free ticket, which can be done by clicking here.