- February Half Term Soccer Schools
After a very successful Christmas Soccer School programme in which we saw over 300 participants across two popular venues, please read for more information below about our February Half Term Soccer School dates and opportunities below. We had Wolfie, Santa and first team players Joao Teixeira and Romain Saiss as special guests at the Christmas Soccer Schools; the participants had a great time in their company and joined in with festive activities.
- Wolves Women Donation
The Wolves players have made a generous donation to the players of Wolves Women FC, to support with their player sponsorship. Wolves Women is supported by Wolves and Wolves Community Trust, giving 90 elite female footballers in the city the opportunity to play and train the Wolves Way.
- London Wolves Donation
On Saturday 10th December, during the half time interval V's Fulham, London Wolves supporters club presented Wolves Community Trust with a donation to support Wolves Women.
- Premier League Primary Stars Launch
Recently we were joined by Dave Edwards and Prince Oniangue as well as Wolves Community Trust trustees including Laurie Dalrymple to launch our new Premier League Primary Stars programme at St Luke's CE (Aided) Primary School. Premier League Primary Stars replaces what was formally Premier League School Sport and see's us expand our 'School Sport - The Wolves Way' offer which sees us engage pupils aged 5-11 in Primary, Special and PRU schools across the city and surrounding areas.
- Walking Footballers take to the pitch
Black Country in Motion is a Sport England funded project which aims to get people across the Black Country into some form of physical activity. These areas include Wolverhampton, Walsall, Dudley and Sandwell, with 2 specific zones in each area. The sessions we run are fun, informal, engaging and take place in local community venues. Our sessions are delivered by local volunteers who we fund through coaching qualifications, first aid qualifications and DBS checks.
- Premier League Kicks Regional Tournament 2016
During the recent October Half Term, the Wolves Premier League Kicks Project hosted a regional Kicks tournament at Wolverhampton College. The tournament was contested between teams from Wolves Kicks, West Brom Foundation, Aston Villa and The Way Youth Zone, with young people selected aged 16 - 18.
- The Way - Under 18's Tournament
On Saturday 5th November, The Way Youth Zone kindly hosted a Wolves team and two teams from Leicester City - all teams selected from each clubs Premier League Kicks project. In addition, a team from The Way Youth Zone was selected to compete against both Wolves and Leicester.
- Christmas Soccer School 2016
After a very successful October Half Term Soccer School programme in which we saw over 300 participants across three venues, please read for more information below about our Christmas Soccer School dates and opportunities. We had Dominic Iorfa and Kortney Hause as special guests at our soccer school in October Half Term, the participants had a great time in their company and joined in a skill session with the players.
- Wolves Women: New Management Structure In Place
Changes are ahead for the senior Wolves Women's team with a new management structure in place to support the development of female football right through from Under 10's to the senior team.
- Wolves Aid makes an impact with the people of Bilston
Bilston People's Centre were delighted earlier this week to welcome two of the first team squad, Richard Stearman and Matt Doherty to look around their newly opened facility.
- Wolves Aid: Annual Charity Funding & Information Exhibition
Wolves Aid are hosting the 5th Annual Charity Funding and Information Exhibition at Molineux Stadium on 2nd November.
- Remembering Graham Hawkins
As Wolves and Wolves Community Trust pay tribute to Graham, we would also like to remember the great work he undertook for charity, working tirelessly raising money for a cause that was very close to his heart....