Enjoy a complete schedule of all televised and streamed Wolverhampton Wanderers matches on TV for the 2019/2020 season. Wolverhampton Wanderers is notable for its participation in the Premier League, EFL Cup and FA Cup.
- 13 Apr
- 19 Apr
Premier League (Due to Coronavirus)
Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C., much more commonly known as Wolves, is a professional football club based in the British Midlands. With almost 150 years of history, the club has a strong fanbase, not only at home but also abroad. In fact, thousands of fans tune in to watch Wolverine Wanderers on TV every week, whether its to watch them in a friendly game or in an international competition.
Like many football clubs which formed in the UK at the turn of the 19th century, Wolverhampton Wanderers were influenced by the church. The club was formed in 1877, but at the time was known as St. Luke's F.C. Soon after forming, the team played their first ever match in January 1877 against a reserve team of Stafford Road.
Years later, in 1893, the Wolves lifted the FA Cup for their first time. The first half of the 20th century, however, saw the team relegated and losing numerous important matches. By the 1950s, the team won their first League Championship and several other titles, ranking them on par with Manchester United.
While the team was first based at Goldthorn Hill, it did not take long for them to move in what would become their permanent home. By 1889, Wolverhampton Wanderers moved to Molineux Stadium, which they still own to this day. Throughout the team's existence, their stadium has been developed considerably. Today, it holds around 31,700 seats and there are plans in place to expand this number up to 60,000.
Crest and Colours
For many years, the club's colours have been gold and black. This choice is based on the motto of their hometown and is well-known amongst those who watch Wolverhampton Wanderers on tv today. Past kits include white and red stripes, which were the St. Luke's school colours. The team also has an all-white kit for when they play away.
The Wolves' badge was originally the same as that of Wolverhampton City Council. This changed in the 1960s when the team introduced the wolf head design, which evolved through the decades.
Key Players and Managers
A team as old as Wolverhampton Wanderers has seen its fair share of football legends. Stan Cullis will always be remembered as the Master of Molineux for his abilities, both of a player, but especially as a manager. Cullis led the team to victory in three League Championships and two FA Cups.
Whilst there probably weren't many people watching FA Cup football on tv in the 1950s, live audience members would never forget the fantastic performances of Bill Slater and the team's best goaler, Bert Williams.
Honours, Noteworthy Stats and Memorable TV Moments
Viewers of the Premier League on TV could be familiar with the Wolves' performance over the years. They have played 184 matches, winning 45 of them and scoring a total of 196 goals. Memorable tv moments for the team include their four FA Cup victories, together with their two League Cup successes.
The excitement and thrill of watching Wolverhampton Wanderers on TV have only grown through the years. Fans can check out the team's website to view the next times when Wolverhampton Wanderers can be seen on tv.