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The best source for away ground information is thefootballgroundguide.com  Local information for Champrionship Clubs  here

A new ground guide (2015) includes many international sites and great new photos here football tripper website Molineux page


Wolverhampton Wanderers play their home matches at MOLINEUX Waterloo Road Wolverhampton WV1 4QR

For parking and local information please see the London Wolves travel page here


Stadium plan (the Stan Cullis is the North Bank, pictured below)

















Pictures above - Billy Wright statue outside Billy Wright stand;  Skybet League 1 Trophy 2013-14; Steve Bull Stand & Bully

Below The Stand Cullis Stand (North Bank); away supporters are housed in the East Wing or Lower Steve Bull


Skybet Championship 2014-15 Clubs































More information will be added


Brighton & Hove Albion - trains to Brighton then connection on Lewes line to Falmer. The ground is right outside the station.


Oxford Utd (PSF)  http://footballgroundguide.com/oxford_united/

Oxford railway station is over four miles from the ground and it is really not advisable to try to walk it.
You can get the Oxford Bus Company Service, Number 5, from Oxford Railway Station (use bus stop R2) via the city centre to Knights Road in Blackbird Leys, which is a short walk away from the ground. On Saturday afternoons the bus runs every five minutes and on midweek evenings every 8-10 minutes. Journey time to the stadium is around 30 minutes. For more information visit the Oxford Bus Company website. Ed Murray adds; 'I visited the Kassam Stadium for a Tuesday evening game, I took the number 5 bus from the station just before 7pm and, even though the traffic was fairly light, I didn't arrive at the ground until 7:50pm. Coming back after the game, it still took more than half an hour. So it may be an idea to allow yourself plenty of time if you are going to travel in this way.' Tom Raffan a visiting Southend United fan advises; 'It's worth noting that the bus from the train station takes a very windy, indirect route so if intending to get the bus from the station then get there by 1.30pm at the latest (for a 3pm kick off).   Alternatively a taxi will cost you in the region of £12, from the station to the stadium


Where To Drink?

With the closure of 'The Priory' pub then there is a limited choice of bars near to the stadium. Andy Wraight informs me, 'There is the Holiday Inn Express Hotel on the corner behind the Oxford Mail and South Stand, which has a fair sized bar. The bar welcomes football supporters and has Sky Television. Kim Rockall adds; 'There is a cinema and bowling alley complex located adjacent to the stadium, called Ozone. Inside the bowling alley there is a bar, which also has SKY TV and a fast food outlet'. There is also on the complex a Chinese buffet restaurant called Oxy Oriental.  

Dave Langford a visiting Northampton Town fan tells me; 'I found a small local pub called the George Inn, situated in Littlemore just off the ring road (not far from Sainsburys). It had a number of television screens showing the early kick off and we were served fairly quickly. The Oxford fans at the pub made us very welcome and the landlord suggested that I leave my car in the pub car park for the duration of the match as the stadium was only a ten minute walk away. There were assorted pies and sausage rolls available. All in all a good find.'

Otherwise alcohol is also served within the ground in the form of: Carlsberg (500ml Can £3.90), Brains SA Smooth (Pint £3.80), Cider (500ml Can £3.80) and Wine (minature bottles £4).