Wolverhampton Wanderers are a football club who currently play in the Premier League. Nicknamed the ‘Wolves’, Wolverhampton wear orange shirts with black shorts, with the shirts currently manufactured by Castore and sponsored by AstroPay, a global wallet service provider.
Wolverhampton 23/24 Kits
Wolverhampton 2023/24 Home Shirt
Wolverhampton Wanderers continued their technical partnership with Castore and sponsorship deal with AstroPay in the 2023/24 season. For the home shirt, they maintained the bespoke amber colourway but added a twist to the black accent from the sleeve cuffs and collar by incorporating a singular middle striping in white. Speaking of stripes, tonal vertical pinstripes ran down the length of the body of the shirt.
Wolverhampton 2023/24 Away Shirt
The Wolves wore a predominantly red away for the 2023/24 season. On the front and back of the body of this Castore-produced shirt was a geometric pattern inspired by the architectural and tile patterns usually found in the Iberian Peninsula. Those from Southern Europe surely got a sense of home with the said graphics design. In a bit of a nod to the Portuguese connection of the club, the red base was complemented by a greyish shade of dark green coming from the panels on the underside of the sleeves and on the shoulders.
Wolverhampton Home Kits
2022/23 Wolverhampton Home Shirt
Wolverhampton Wolves had Castore as its kit maker for the 2022/23 home shirt. The classic amber was back in a solid application, contrasting highly with the black accents coming from the kit maker logo, shoulder trims, and the v-shaped front collar side of the unique neckline/collar hybrid.
2021/22 Wolverhampton Home Shirt
The Wolves of the English Football hunted soccer glory wearing a Castore home shirt in 2021/22. The jersey maintained the traditional colours of black and the bespoke shade of yellow-orange. The former served as the secondary colour accents, such as the outer side of the sleeve cuffs, the bottom edge border of the collar, and the waist panels connecting the front and back sides.
2020/21 Wolverhampton Home Shirt
The wolves donned their traditional colours of black and amber on their 2020/21 adidas home shirt, with different aspects of the shirt alternating between the two. The main body was amber; the front displayed a tonal graphic of short vertical strips that formed multiple V-arrow down patterns (the same ones used in the 2018 Spain away kit) while the entire backside sported a clean uninterrupted look. The interplay of the club’s colours continued with the rest of the shirt. The sleeves were black with wide amber cuffs. The v-neck collar was also black and had amber piping. As seen in other adidas kits, three stripes went across each shoulder. The stripes themselves were black but the base was amber.
Wolverhampton Away Kits
2022/23 Wolverhampton Wanderers Away Shirt
The Castore Wolves away shirt of 2022/23 was teal with amber accents from the sleeve cuff trim, neckline panel, logos, and front graphic. The visuals on the front side comprised of random geometric webbings and outlines to represent the girder structures of the Billy Wright stand at Molineux.
2021/22 Wolverhampton Wanderers Away Shirt
The Wolverhampton Castore away shirt for 2021/22 featured an anthracite look for the body coupled with abstract yellow inserts. The shoulders and sides of the body were all covered with black panels, while the sleeves and collar were grey with yellow pipings.
2020/21 Wolverhampton Wanderers Away Shirt
The adidas Wolverhampton Wolves 2020/21 away kit featured a sky-like graphic on the front of the body and the entire backside of the shirt including the sleeves. The front seam separating the body and the sleeves had a flat cut, making it easy to spot the white base colour of the sleeves as well as the black stripes on the shoulders. The v collar was black while the broad sleeve cuffs were black and yellow on a horizontal split. The logos on the front were black except for the wolves badge which retained its official colours.
Men’s Wolverhampton Shirt
Wolverhampton Wanderers were founded in 1877, they play their home games at the Molineux Ground in Wolverhampton, England that currently has a capacity of 29,400.
Known commonly as Wolves, the team wears a home strip of orange shirts with black shorts. The away kit is more varied, having worn white, black and green shirts in recent seasons.
Wolves were founder members of the football league and finished third in their first season. It wasn’t until the 1950s when Wolves hit their prime, captained by England international Billy Wright. Wolverhampton won the league for the first time in 1954, again in 1958 and 1959. Wolves also won two FA Cup’s that decade.