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Molineux Stadium seating?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Away fans get to call the Stan Cullis Stand home for the duration of the game. It comprises both the lower and upper tiers, both of which offer great views. At the back of the upper tier, you are pretty far from the action, but aerial views can really help you appreciate the game. Ticket prices max out at £30 for the upper tier of the Billy Wright Stand, arguably the best seats in the house, with a highly commanding view of the game. There are various ticket prices for youngsters, dropping each time between u21, u17 and u12.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

The 4 large stands at Molineux are all named after Wolverhampton Wanderer’s greats. The Billy Wright and Steve Bull stands run the length of the pitch and offer the best views of the action. If there is a large contingent of away fans, they will find themselves in the lower tier of the Steve Bull Stand. For these tickets you are looking at an average of £30 a ticket – which is a tad pricey for a currently middling Championship side.

Normally the away fans will sit in the upper part of the Stan Cullis stand, which in the upper corner is a bit far from the action – but if you are looking for atmosphere and 90 minutes of singing – take a seat in the Sir Jack Hayward Stand. Tickets in these are around £25.

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