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                    Welcome to London Wolves website Season 2020-21 2015-18 material moved to new archive

EPL season 2020-21 12 Sep - May 16 2021 -Transfer windows 27Jul - 5 Oct (+EFL 16Oct) & 2Jan-1Feb 2021- Sep/Oct matches on TV Full list

Wolves news Silva Marçal Hoever Aït-Nouri join

London Wolves News          eNews

Other News

Fixtures/results Full list here All

09 Sst 29 Nov Saints (H) 3pm

08 Sun 8 Nov 2pm Sky Foxes L-0

07 Fri 30 Oct 8pm (H) Palace W2-0 BT ppv Boycott

06 Sun 25 Oct Newcastle H Sky 4:30pm

05 Mon 19 Oct Leeds A Sky 8pm

04 Sun 4Oct Fulham Fulham H Sky W 1-0 Neto

Travel News

Travel suspended ICovid-19); For refunds see travel

Player of Season voting closed


AGM 2020 cancelled = Stuart's message

 Premier League information  link here

Football Supporters Association news

Doc to Spurs

Raúl-Firing Wolves into Europe-Again

Pay per view - Fans Parly Boycott

WW Men P8 W4 D1 L3 GF 8 GD-1 Pts 13 Pos 8  table

Wolves Women

P6 D0 L0 GF37 GD 34 Pts 18 Pos 1  in NLge MidD1 results table  new fixtures 2020-21

  • An evening with Bully pictures
  • PLAYER OF THE SEASON 2019-20 closed
  • 2019 AGM minutes & pictures here

Birmingham Mail Wolves News more details

EPL season 2020-21 12 Sep--16May21

All Sept/October matches on tv. Changes dates

16 Call-ups for Autumn Internationals

Sky videos

Conor Coady on Leeds/Kilman video here  

Nuno on evolution video here

Raul before Leeds video here

Georgie Elokobi video here

Latest Newsletter          In Memoriam

    April 2020      Carl Millward  Dave Gilson

             

     Tributes on our facebook page and Carl  Dave & Derek Stedman




EPL season 2020-21 Sept/Oct all live

Transfer windows 27Jul - 5 Oct (+EFL 16Oct) & 2Jan-1Feb 2021

Men P8 W4 D1 L3 GF 8 GD-1 Pts 13 Pos 8

2019-20 WW P 38 W 15 D 14 L9 Pts 59 GF 51  GD +11 pos 7  

 table


2019-20 Results   WW in Europa League Quarter Final

Will Wolves Avoid Second-Season Syndrome?

Travel  Men fixtures & results changes

Match ticket restrictions home/away 2019-20

Wolves Allstars in Surrey in June postponed Allstars


Wolves Women P6 D0 L0 GF37 GD 34 Pts 18 Pos 1  in NLge MidD1 results table  new fixtures 2020-21D


PLAYER OF THE SEASON 2019-20 VOTING IS CLOSED  

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Fixtures/results (report links underlined)

Nuno's Wolves: Is the Champions League a real possibility?

Europa League Raúl-Firing Wolves into Europe-Again


London Wolves "Home" matches 2020-2021


  • Arsenal Nov 28
  • Brighton and Hove Albion Jan 2
  • Chelski Wed Jan 27
  • Fulham Apr 10
  • Palace  Jan 30
  • Saints Feb 13
  • Spurs Wed May 12
  • West Ham Utd Sep 26

 Fixture changes for tv announcement dates Sep=28Aug; Oct=11Sep; Nov=22Sep; Dec/Jan=9Oct

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  • 38 May 23-Man Utd (h)
  • 37 May 15-Everton (a)
  • May15 FACF
  • 36 Wed May 12-Spurs (a)
  • 35 May 08-Brighton (h)
  • 34 May 01-West Brom (a)
  • 33 Apr 24-Burnley (h)
  • 32 Apr 17-Sheff Utd (h)
  • Apr 17/18 FACSF
  • 31 Apr 10-Fulham (a)
  • 30 Apr 03-West Ham (h)
  • 29 Mar 20-Man City (a)
  • Mar 20 FACQF
  • 28 Mar 13-Liverpool (h)
  • 27 Mar  6-Aston Villa (a)
  • 26 Feb 27-Newcastle (a)
  • 25 Feb 20-Leeds (h)
  • 24 Feb 13-Southampton (a)
  • 23 Feb  6-Leicester (h)
  • 22 Tue Feb  2-Arsenal (h)
  • 21 Jan 30-Crystal Palace (a)
  • 20 Wed Jan 27 Chelsea (a)
  • Sat 23 Jan FAC4
  • 19 Jan 16-West Brom (h)
  • 18 Tue Jan 12-Everton (h)
  • Sat  9 Jan FAC3
  • 17 Sat Jan  2-Brighton (a)
  • 16 Mon Dec 28-Man Utd (a)
  • 15 Dec 26-Spurs (h)
  • 14 Dec 19-Burnley (a)
  • 13 Tue Dec 15-Chelsea (h)
  • 12 Dec 12-Aston Villa (h)
  • 11 Dec  5-Liverpool (a)
  • 10 Nov 28-Arsenal (a)
  • 09 Nov 21-Southampton (h)
  • scheduled
  • 08 Nov  8 4:30 -Leicester (a)  Sky L1-0
  • 07 Oct 30-Crystal Palace 8pm (h) W2-0
  • 06 Sun Oct 25-Newcastle (h)D1-1
  • 05 Mon Oct 19-Leeds (a)  W0-1 Raul
  • 04 Sun Oct  3-Fulham (h) W1-0 Neto
  • 03 Sun Sep 27-West Ham (a) L4-0
  • 02 Mon Sep 21-Man City 8:15 (h) L1-3
  • CC2 Thur 17 Sep 7pm Stoke (h) L0-1
  • 01 Mon Sep 14-Sheff Utd (a) 6 Sky W0-2

Match changes for TV etc

  • Palace on pay per view 30 Oct
  • WW ko on Monday 14 Sep v Blades
  • WW ManC mon 21 Sep 8pm Sky
  • All Sep/Oct on tv (see left)
  • Capt Conor Coady debuts for England and plays again v Wales

London Wolves Shop  click

Contact  us    Stuart Earl - Chairman

More contact details here Travel here

Wolves play at Molineux - Virtual Tour


www.wolves.co.uk  Squad

2. Ki-Jana Hoever 3 Rayan Ait-Nouri 5. Marçal 6. Bruno Jordao 7. Pedro Neto  8. Ruben Neves  9. Raul Jimenez 10. Daniel Podence  11. Rui Patricio 15. Willy Boly

16. Conor Coady 17. Diego Silva 18. Diogo Jota 19. Jonny Otto 20 Vitor Ferreira (Vitinha) 21. John Ruddy

22. Nelson Semedo  26. Perry  27. Romain Saiss 28. Joao Moutinho 29. Ruben Vinagre 30. Leonardo Campana 32. Leander Dendoncker 37. Adama Traore 49. Max Kilman 26.Taylor Perry 54. Otasowie 59. Oskar Buur 62. Andreas Söndergaard  Silva Marçal Hoever Aït-Nouri join

Wolves preparing to stengthen the pack in January

Next event - Wolves Former Players Xmas Dec 3rd The Mount £35 per head contact Roy Eagles if you are interested

Roy has found Premier Inn room £29/night


Wolves Former Players Dinner & Hall of Fame Friday 1st May Molineux postponed

£52.50 per head on LW table - book with Peter Woodifield.  Other tickets £60 per head

Roys Xtra special Xmas with Wolves Allstars


Allstars Podcasts eg Mel here  Gibraltar tour


World Wide Wolves 4th May 2019


Roy’s end of PL season 2018-19 lunch with Sue and Terry


London Wolves Walk June 19 pix

Congratulations to Wolves Women Captain Anna Price- 300 up


48 Fans travelled to Armemia

 Capt Conor Coady wrote to them - including Stan, PeterA and John




Flying Easyjet?  

Look out for Captain Jack


Wolves FPA 2019 Dinner PIX

2019-20 Results 7th

2018-19 Results 7th

2017-18 fixtures/table Champions

2016-17 final table

2015-16 final table

2014-15 final table



For questions to the Wolves Fans' Parliament please tweet to @fansparliament or contact Peter Abbott.

 

Next meet TBD Minutes


2019 AGM minutes & pictures here


2020 AGM cancelled Stoo's message


Committee 12-10-19

London Wolves are proud

to support Wolves Women FC

 In 2018-19 we sponsored  #5 Captain Anna Price, #4 Emma Cross, #6 Mai Butler and  the Development squad  At WWWFC request 2019-20 is as general sponsor

An Evening With Bully

 Pix + more

 Player of the season 2018-19 Raul

Raúl

-Firing Wolves into Europe-Again


Meet the Players not available

 

Wolves Allstars fixtures

3Nov Wednesfield



Sunday Aug 13 versus Chasetown W7-3


2019

Sunday 29th March 2020

Vs SBBS veterans - 2pm

Darlaston FC

Charity: Smile4Joel


Sunday 3rd May 2020

Vs KRD Financial Advisors Vets

2pm kick off

AFC Wulfrunians

Charity: MND & Breast Cancer Now


Sunday 7th June 2020

Vs ‘Together United Veterans XI’

2pm Kick off

Carshalton Athletic FC

Charity: The Children’s Trust

War Memorial Sports Ground, Colston Ave, Sutton, Carshalton SM5 2PW


Gibraltar Dates were:

Friday 17th April 2020 to Monday 20th April 2020

With the game on the 18th April.

Check out the Wolf Whistle Interviews including Mel Eves - '21 or bust'; Gerry O Hara - 'honesty is always the best policy'; Dean Edwards - 'from Upton Park to dogshit park' Colin Brazier - 'the nearly man' Jon Purdie 'Tuesday club to Saturday Afternoon' Colin Taylor - 'no regrets, a dream lived'


LW welcome @SkyJohnnyP b4 Xmas

London Wolves on Tour Sunderland pic Lynne

London Wolves in Cardiff transit


WWLSC in matchday progamme, 11/1/2020

pic Wayne Devaney Berlon Wolves


2 chairmen

MTP17-18

2017 St Patricks Day - pictures here


Dave Ferdie Gilson

London Wolves were saddened to hear of the passing of long term member Dave Ferdie Gilson in August 2020 .   Dave as we knew him, and Ferdie as the Athletics world knew him, first attended a Wolves game in the early 1940s.   He participated in many London Wolves events and is pictured here before the 1980 League Cup Final dinner in 2013.


Ferdie’s first love was athletics, joining Polytechnic Harriers at 15  moving on to Belgrave.  He was in the winning relay team in the picture and was also associated with South London Harriers, whose membership included Gordon Pirie.  He had many stories of these days.

He studied Russian and was often identifiable by his woolly hat - see here with Roy Eagles.  Also seen with Kenny Hibbitt at the League Cup Final reunion dinner

Carl Millward - RIP

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Carl Millward, a long standing and very popular member from Covid-19.  Our heartfelt sympathies are with Paula and his family. Carl’s funeral was in early May and Roy arranged for his mention in the Wolves Memorial Service,  Roy writes “"Carl. Rest in peace my friend;  you always put a huge smile on my face, you will be in safe hands now with all our wolves angels in the sky. "  Thanks to Barry Baker, too, for  picture of Carl in a familiar pose on Blackheath common.  Carl was well known for his love of not only Wolves but also the scooter scene and Northern Soul and was pleased to meet BBC Midlands Queen of Soul at a Wolves Women event.  Barry wrote in April "London Wolves lost one of their own today. Carl Millward lost his short battle with the coronavirus. Our thoughts are with his wife Paula, family and close friends. God Bless You Carl RIP"


 Derek Stedman


We were sorry to learn of Derek's  death on 19th May.  Derek was another long-term London Wolf based around Horsham, and who had an affinity for steam locos as well as Wolves.  


Our thoughts and prayers are with Diane and Derek's family.  WWLSC are grateful for the family donation.

Foodbanks

As of Friday afternoon this raised over £7,500 for the Wolverhampton Foodbacnk

Members of Wolves Fans’ Parliament have voted to support the Pay Per View (PPV) boycott in line with many other Premier League clubs and the National Football Supporters’ Association.

The Premier League introduced a £14.95 PPV charge on top of Sky and BT monthly subscriptions for all Wolves matches that have not been chosen for normal live coverage.

The first Wolves game subject to a £14.95 PPV charge will be versus Crystal Palace on Friday 30th October 2020. Wolves Fans’ Parliament is encouraging supporters to boycott the game and instead donate to a Wolverhampton Foodbank.

Fans’ Parliament members have identified The Well Foodbank as a charity that delivers over 9500 food parcels a year, delivering to over 100 homes in and around Wolverhampton each week - https://www.thewellwolverhampton.co.uk/

Fans’ Parliament Chairman, Neil Dady, commented ‘’ The PPV issue has galvanised supporters across the country and it is great that we have come together to turn the boycott campaign into something positive. I hope Wolves fans will get behind the boycott PPV campaign by supporting this local charity.’’

Football supporters have a history of supporting food banks, usually around Christmas time. The Liverpool/Everton ‘Fans Supporting Food Banks’ is now well established in the Merseyside area and other supporters’ groups such as Newcastle, Spurs, Villa and Chelsea have all committed to supporting this campaign.

Jas Bahra, Wolves FP Vice Chairman, spoke to Caroline Price at The Well and Caroline was pleased to see the possibility of much needed support:

‘’Today in the City of Wolverhampton there are families and single people struggling to buy food and other essentials. For people on low incomes, a crisis, such as COVID, can mean going hungry.

We are pleased that Wolves Fans Parliament has decided to support our work. We can help a lot more needy people with this.’’

Wolves FP FSA delegate, Glenn Aston, reinforced how strong the anti PPV feeling was among supporters, ‘’the statement we issued last week regarding PPV received a record number of views both on our website and across social media. It is clear that supporters see the introduction of additional charges as a step too far. We are in constant dialogue with the FSA and other Premier League clubs and believe this boycott will bring about a change when the November TV fixtures are announced’’

Supporters can make an immediate donation via The Well website:

https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/donation-web/charity?charityId=1017054&utm_source=extbtn&utm_campaign=donatebtn

We are working towards having a smart phone texting code available early next week in time for Friday’s match.  (Crystal Palace 30Oct)