- World Book Day With Wolves
With World Book Day 2018 around the corner, Wolves are excited to invite fans aged 4-11 to celebrate the event by joining in with their World Book Day Competition.
- Wolves Tackle Diabetes - Diabetes Structured Education 2018
Wolves Community Trust are pleased to announce that they have been commissioned to continue to deliver structured education for Type 2 Diabetics living in Wolverhampton. Wolves Tackle Diabetes has been delivering the X-PERT education programme for Type 2 Diabetics for the past 8 years and this is now set to continue due to funding from Wolverhampton CCG.
- PL Kicks
With the holidays approaching, the PL Kicks sessions are about to take a break for the festive season, but don't worry - they will return!
- Molineux Memories
The weekly session of Molineux Memories continued on Thursday 26th November, run in partnership with the Black Country NHS team from Blakenhall Resource Centre.
- Unified Football
Unified Football has recently been set up by our Sporting Chances team leader Gavin Jones to allow children with a disability to represent their school in a football competition - an activity they wouldn't generally be able to do.
- Saturday Club One Day Special
Still looking for that perfect Christmas gift for your football mad kids?
- Peace for All
A Wolves Premier League Primary Stars event, Peace for All, was held at the Molineux Stadium on Thursday 16th November during Inter Faith week. Inter Faith week ran from the 11th to 18th November this year to promote understanding between people of different religious and non-religious beliefs, as well as encouraging greater interaction between people of different backgrounds.
- Christmas Soccer Schools 2017
Why not give your child a present that will keep them active this Christmas? WCT are delivering Soccer Schools at our Indoor Arena, Holiday Club at Molineux and unique specialised training sessions at Compton Training Ground.
- October half-term Soccer School 2017
During October half term Wolves Community Trust are providing a range of activities for children in school years Reception to Year 9.
- There was a distinguished pre-match turnout in the previously named Paycare Lounge on Saturday, tucked away on the concourse of the Stan Cullis Stand
A fitting tribute to the renaming of the lounge after Baroness Rachael Heyhoe Flint, and a fitting tribute to such a wonderful lady.