Wolves have slashed ticket prices for their return to Europe – and are hoping for a full house to celebrate the occasion.
Tickets for Wolves’ Europa League second qualifying round tie against Crusaders or B36 Torshavn at Molineux go on sale to season ticket holders on Wednesday July 3.
The club say on their official website, www.wolves.co.uk, for what is expected to be a full house for Wolves’ first European tie in almost 40 years, tickets are priced at £15 for adults, £10 for concessions and £5 for Under-17s.
The tie against the winners of Crusaders and B36 Torshavn is at Molineux on Thursday, July 25 (7.45pm), before the second leg away from home on Thursday, August 1. Wolves face six games if they are to reach the group stages of the Europa League.
Prices for the secod qualifying round tie are: adult: £15, 65+ and Under-21 (members and STHs only) £10 and Under-17s £5.
Wolves last qualified for Europe in 1980 by winning the League Cup. They played in the UEFA Cup in Septmber and October that year and were paired against PSV Eindhoven. But they lost 3-2 on aggregate, losing 3-1 in the Netherlands despite Andy Gray’s headed equaliser and winning 1-0 at home, when there was a brief floodlight failure and Mel Eves scored the only goal.
Ticket dates and prices:
Season ticket holders: Wednesday, July 3, 10am (season ticket holders have until midnight on Sunday, July 14 to reserve their seat);
My Wolves, #WolfPack and Young Wolves members with 150+ LP: Monday, July 15, 10am;
My Wolves, #WolfPack and Young Wolves members with 130+ LP: Tuesday, July 16, 10am;
My Wolves, #WolfPack and Young Wolves members: Wednesday, July 17, 10am; General sale: Thursday, July 18, 10am.
Tickets will be available at the Molineux Ticket Office, calling 0371 222 1877 and at https://tickets.wolves.co.uk/