Wolverhampton Wanderers are a football club who currently play in League One after being relegated from the Premier League in the 2012-13 season. Nicknamed the 'Wolves', Wolverhampton wear orange shirts with black shorts and the shirts are manufactured by Puma and sponsored by Whathouse. The away shirt is blue with orange trim and the goalkeeper shirt is yellow with black trim.
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.
Championship club Wolves prepare for their away days in 2016/17 by unveiling a visually striking away shirt created by Puma. With Wolves' home shirt for 2016/17 once again flaunting their iconic amber home shirt, the Championship club have followed-up by dropping an eye-catching away edition of a [...]
Championship club Wolves flaunt their all-new home shirt so fans can get excited for a more successful 2016/17 campaign. Taking inspiration from iconic designs of the 1990's, kit suppliers Puma have composed a nostalgically styled home shirt for Wolves to be worn at their Molineux Stadium within [...]
Launching their new home kit back in May, Championship side WOlverhampton Wanderers have officially launched their new away kit for the 2015-16 season. Using a similar kit template to their new home kit, the new away shirt uses a bright sky blue colour with additional touches of white trim on the [...]
Known commonly as Wolves, the team wears a home strip of orange shirts, black shorts and socks, the away kit is all blue.
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.