Molineux Stadium has an incredible history that stretches back to the 18th century when the land was purchased by Benjamin Molineux. One hundred years later the grounds were transformed, and football quickly took prominence with Wolverhampton Wanderers taking residence in 1889.
The stadium was the site of the first-ever league game in English history and was the first grounds built for use by a Football League Club. Its popularity quickly eclipsed other stadia and development made it one of the biggest in the country.
Situated just a few hundred yards to the north of Wolverhampton city centre the stadium is a prominent structure and pays tributes to its past with statues of Billy Wright, Stan Cullis, and Sir Jack Hayward.
Molineux Stadium has also been used as a concert venue with the likes of Bon Jovi taking centre stage, and its many conference rooms and suites are perfect for parties, weddings, and exhibitions throughout the year.
Corporate Hospitality packages to the stadium are varied, there are seasonal options as well as one-off match day experiences and sponsorship opportunities that are excellent for getting the word out about your brand.
Located in the centre of Wolverhampton the stadium is a short train journey from central Birmingham.