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Under-23’s PL2 home matches streamed live on WolvesTV

Every Wolves under-23 home match throughout the 2019/20 Premier League 2 campaign will be broadcast live worldwide on WolvesTV and the Wolves App.

Last season’s Division 2 champions have made the step up to the top flight and WolvesTV will be covering all the action live from AFC Telford United’s New Bucks Head this season.

Rob Edwards’ team began their season at Brighton & Hove Albion on Monday evening, and they will return home this Sunday (2pm kick-off) as they host last season’s Division 1 title-winners Everton at Telford, with live coverage of this fixture, as well as every home match, available free to supporters around the world on WolvesTV and the Wolves App.

Commentator Mikey Burrows will be joined by a former Wolves star 15 minutes before kick-off for all the build-up to every home fixture throughout 2019/20, before live coverage of the match.

The live match stream can be found here, while supporters can also catch the action on the Wolves App – download it now on iOS here and on Android here.

The development squad continues to provide exciting young talent for Nuno Espirito Santo’s first-team, with the likes of Morgan Gibbs-White, Ryan Giles, Niall Ennis and Maximilian Kilman all among those to make their senior debuts in recent seasons after playing big roles in the success of the under-23s.

Among the under-23 squad who will be involved this season are several players who were part of the first-team’s pre-season tour of China and the Premier League Asia Trophy victory, such as Dion Sanderson, Taylor Perry, Terry Taylor, Hong Wan, Austin Samuels and Ed Francis.

Now with the WolvesTV cameras at every home fixture, Wolves fans can cast their eyes over the next generation of talent coming through the Academy ranks as they compete at the elite level of youth football in England – PL2 Division 1.

After facing Everton, home ties against Leicester City, Arsenal and last season’s Division 2 rivals Southampton will follow, before six more league fixtures leading into the final home game of the season and the visit of Manchester City on Friday 17th April.

As well as the addition of the live stream, admission to New Bucks Head for under-23 matches this season has been reduced from 2018/19, with Wolves season ticket holders and members being offered free entry to all games.

Under-23 admission prices for 2019/20 are as follows:

  • Wolves season ticket holders | Free
  • Wolves members | Free
  • Adults | £3
  • Children | £1

For a full list of under-23 fixture dates and kick-off times click here.

All fixtures are subject to change, and those changes will be announced on wolves.co.uk and across the club’s social media channels as soon as they are confirmed.

By playing the Goalden Gate Superdraw for just £1 a week you could help support Wolves Academy and be a part of helping build the future stars of tomorrow whilst also being in with a chance of winning our £1,000 jackpot and 60 more weekly prizes. As well as supporting the Academy, Goalden Gate Superdraw has helped raise over £100,000 for New Cross Hospital’s Maternity Unit amongst other good causes. To join today, please click here.

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