WOLVES FC FAQ'S
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WOLVES FC LEAGUE HISTORY
Wolves have never won the Premier League since it was formed in 1992. Only six clubs have won the Premier League before.
Wolves have won 11 league titles including:
3 Division One Titles
4 Championship / Division Two Titles
3 League One / Division Three Titles
1 Fourth Division Title
Wolves last won a league back in 2017-18 season which was the Championship. They last won a Division One title in the 1958-59 season.
WOLVES FC FA CUP HISTORY
Wolves have won the FA Cup five times in the club’s illustrious history. Only nine clubs have won more FA Cup’s than Wolverhampton Wanderers.
WOLVES FC LEAGUE CUP HISTORY
WOLVES FC EUROPEAN HISTORY
Wolves have never won a European Cup. They did finish runners-up in the UEFA Cup in the 1971-72 season when they were beaten 3-2 on aggregate by Tottenham Hotspur.
WOLVES FC CLUB RECORDS
Steve Bull MBE is Wolves’ all time leading goalscorer. Idolised by Wolverhampton Wanderers fans, Bull scored 306 goals in 561 games – including 18 hat-tricks.
Derek Parkin is Wolves’ all time leading appearance maker as he played for the club 609 times between 1968-1982.
Mexican superstar Raul Jimenez is Wolves’ all time record transfer when he made his loan move from SL Benfica permanent in 2019 for £30 million.
The biggest fee Wolves have received for a player was from Leeds United in 2020, when they paid £16 million for Helder Costa.
Wolves’ greatest victory came against Crosswell’s Brewery in the FA Cup 2nd round on 13th November 1886. Wolves won 14-0.
Wolves‘ biggest defeat in their history came in October 1892. They lost 10-1 to Newton Heath.
MOLINEUX STADIUM -WOLVES FC
The current capacity for Wolves’ stadium is 31,700. There are numerous plans to expand Molineux to eventually increase capacity to up to 55,000.
The biggest attendance ever recorded at Molineux was in 1939. Wolves played Liverpool in the FA Cup and 61,315 fans were in attendance.
Waterloo Rd, Wolverhampton WV1 4QR.