Five things you need to know if you are traveling to Molineux

Five things you need to know if you are traveling to Molineux

Brentford face Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday 15 April (3pm kick-off).

Here are some things to be aware of if you are making the trip to the Midlands.

Getting to Molineux

Molineux is served by all rail, metro and bus services from Birmingham city center and fans are advised to check @WolvesHelp for specific matchday guidance from 24 hours before kick-off.

Molineux Stadium

Waterloo Road



Travel and transportation

There is no planned rail disruption on Saturday 15 April and services from London to Birmingham are expected to run a normal weekend service.

Most services from London will depart from London Euston Station and supporters will disembark at Birmingham New Street station. We encourage fans to check before they travel and use the National Rail journey planner ahead of your departure.

Wolverhampton train station is a 15-minute walk to Molineux and is the nearest station to the ground. Metro services run every 6-8 minutes from Birmingham city center and fans should disembark at Wolverhampton St George’s which is a 12-minute walk away from Molineux.

Services from Birmingham city center are roughly a 45-minute journey time. please use the Transport for West Midlands journey planner and allow plenty of time to travel.

Bus services also run from Birmingham city center to Molineux on matchdays with the Wolverhampton bus station being the nearest stop to the ground. please use the National Express West Midlands journey planner for information and timetables on local bus services.

Parking at Molineux

Matchday parking for supporters is still available to book at the Wickes site.

Spaces must be pre-booked ahead of matchday.

There are a number of road closures in operation around Molineux on matchdays. Waterloo Road, Molineux Street and Sir Jack Hayward Way – the surrounding roads to the ground – will all be closed 90 minutes prior to kick-off.

There is limited parking around the stadium and fans are advised to pre-book a space ahead of matchday.

Ticket information

Any duplicate ticket requests must be sent to Wolverhampton Wanderers by the Brentford ticket office.

If duplicate tickets are arranged, they will be available to collect from the Wolves box office and only upon the production of valid photo ID.

The Wolves box office is located in between the Stan Cullis and Billy Wright stands and is open until half-time.

If you misplace your ticket, you must contact Brentford’s ticket office forassistance. Please remember to bring ID to collect your ticket.

Contact Brentford’s ticket office with any inquiries ahead of the matchday.

We would also like to remind fans traveling to Molineux to observe and respect the family friendly seating. Anyone who holds a ticket in this area is reminded that they should be seated for the duration of the match.

Your matchday at Molineux

Bees fans will be located in the lower tier of the Steve Bull Stand and can enter the stadium via turnstile block three.

Concourse catering kiosks will be available for visiting supporters, serving food, hot and cold drinks and alcoholic beverages.

The Molineux fan zone is adjacent to the south-east corner of the stadium. Away supporters are welcome in the fan zone which will feature a live DJ and serve a range of food and drink.

The Bluebrick is the designated away fans pub. They have tables both indoors and outdoors and serve food, however supporters wishing to order food are advised to call in advance to pre-order.

Have a safe trip and enjoy the match!


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