We are delighted to be hosting The Future of Sport - Employment, Skills and Apprenticeships on the 13th September 2016 at Molineux Football Stadium, the home of Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Wolverhampton Wanderers is a club that ignites passion and pride, located a few hundred yards north or Wolverhampton city centre, at the far side of the city's ring road, the stadium is a prominent building due to its size in an area with predominantly low - rise buildings. It consists of four stands; The Steve Bull Stand, The Sir Jack Hayward Stand, The Stan Cullis Stand and the Billy Wright Stand.
Total seated capacity is approximately 32,000. The current stadium design stems from the early 1990's when it was extensively redeveloped to become a modern all - seater venue in accordance with the Taylor Report, which required British football stadia to provide seating for all those attending. In the days before seating regulations the ground could hold in excess of 60,000 spectators.
Molineux has hosted many England Internationals, the first or which was a 6-1 win over Ireland on the 7th March 1891.