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Wolves History

Wolverhampton Wanderers FC were established in 1877, and were the founding members of the English League. They have won an honourable 17 major trophies in their time, including 11 league titles, four FA Cups, and two League Cups. The Wanderers won their first FA Cup in 1893 after defeating Everton 1-0, before adding a second cup to their collection in 1908, and their first league championship title in the 1953-54 season.

Billy Wright is argularby the greatest ever Wolves player in history, with his statue standing tall outside of the Molineux. He will be remembered by many for winning the League title three times, and an FA Cup. He was also the first footballer to win 100 caps for his country, captaining England for a record 90 times in the 1940/50s.

Wolves had another successful peak in the early 70s, after reaching the final of the first ever UEFA Cup, they also won two League Cups in 1974 and 1980, before suffering three consecutive relegations which ended themselves down in the Fourth Division. This did not last long, thanks to the signing of Wolves all-time record goal-scorer, Steve Bull, who scored 306 goals over 13 seasons to help the club recover back to the second division.

Wanderers were finally promoted back up to the Premier League in 2003 after the Division One Play-Off Finals; however, the club soon went back down to the Championship before spending three more seasons in the Premier League. Shock back-to-back relegations saw Wolves playing in League One. Chinese owners Fosun, purchased Wolves in July 2016, and since appointing (current) manager Nuno Espirito Santo in May 2017, Wolves were promoted back into the Premier League in his first season in charge.

The Molineux has been the home of the Wolves since 1889, and is the city’s most famous landmark with its 31,000+ fan capacity – check out daily breaking news from the Molineux, including the latest transfer stories and player news.

Nuno is doing an excellent job for Wolves, their future looks bright with the signings of experienced Portuguese national team duo, Rui Patricio and Joao Moutinho. In addition to a number of promising young stars such as Ruben Neves and Diego Jota.

The Wanderers are on the brink of reaching the Quarter-Finals of the Europa League, and are still maintaining an unbeaten run in the Premier League. They currently sit sixth in the league, and are battling in the fight for a spot in the top four to guarantee Champions League football next season, this is incredible from where they began a few years back. Read the latest Wolverhampton Wanderers news here.

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