We offer discounted travel and match tickets from London to home and away Wolves matches + social events. Membership info & form click here
Travel booked to September 2015 travel page
We wish Mr Secretary Slape a quick recovery and ready to go for Derby
To celebrate our 50th Anniversary year, Travel Secretary Peter Woodifield and Secretary Dave Slape are sponsoring “Dangerous” Dave Edwards - here scoring the equaliser v Charlton Video
Wolves featured London Wolves in the Match Day programme v QPR (19Aug2015) - here
Congratulations to Matt Elaine and Tommy Baugh
Dean’s Big Punch Up
Dean is taking part in a charity White Collar Boxing Event in 3 x 2 minute bout raising money for Marie Curie Cancer Care in memory of his mother. Please go to www.justgiving.com/dean-perkins3 Dean is shown here with son James presenting Wayne with his player of the season trophy
The event is in Chiswick W4 on the 17th October 2015 @ 21.00. Tickets £30 again for charity.
2015 AGM Friday 31st July 7:30pm at The Shipwrights Arms 88 Tooley St SE1 2TF
Minutes are here
Saturday 27th June 10:15am Gatehouse 1 North Road Highgate N6 4BD (10 mins walk from Highgate Tube N Line)
50th Anniversary dinner is 16th July 2016 in South East London
Fundraising for the 50th has started and
Stuart has announced a competition to design the badge/logo for the 50th Anniversary
Because of anticipated demand the event has been moved to a larger venue very near our normal event location. The dinner pricing for members and non-members is being finalised while double rooms at a nearby hotel, including breakfast will be £100 per night. Stuart is now taking deposits for tickets and hotels. Please use the form here to make your booking. You may print that and send your deposit cheque made payable to WWLSC for £20 for each member or non-member ticket you require and £30 per room to Stuart at
Stuart Earl, WWLSC, 21 Watton Road, Great Cressingham, Norfolk IP25 6NQ.
Please note that deposits are non-refundable
The booking for m which will calculate your deposit and which may be printed to send to Stuart is here 50th Booking form your cheque should arrive with Stuart within one week
Click for more details/map on the Haunting Walk Sat 27June - Geoff said “I can guarantee a good walk, a few decent ales and a visit to some of London's most haunted pubs where you are more likely to meet up with the ghost of a doctor’s wife murdered by her husband and bricked up in the basement of the "William lV", the phantom waitress at "The Holly Bush Inn", or the ghost of Dick Turpin at "The Spaniards Inn"!” Pictures are here
April May 2015 Social events - pictures from Carol
New book - the away trips you (yes, even Peter Abbott) might not have made.
Dave Instone’s latest coffee table tome is published this month (9/15)
New novel - The Armageddon Pact by Bobby Smith
Joe’s obituary, an interview, and this picture is on the excellent Wolves Heroes site here
Our condolences go to June and all of Jim Pym’s family. Jim passed away on 31st May 2015.
Our sympathies and prayers too are with Jason Guy whose wife Lucy passed away 15th June. Jason and Lucy have engaged in inspirational fundraising for Breakthrough Breast Cancer since her diagnosis. Together they have raised nearly £50,000 and as part of that were our special guests last Christmas
WWLSC Newsletter (Jan 2015) - Stef has been unable to create this due to illness… a bumper summer edition is promised.
Sir Jack Hayward dies aged 91.
Funeral Tue Feb 3rd St Peter’s Collegiate Church video
Our thoughts and prayers are with his long term companion Patti Bloom, Lady Jean and Rick, Jonathan and Susan . In the Premier League year of 2004 SJH congratulated Robin on his marriage to Lin at the Molineux the day before the 2-1 win over Everton
Our best wishes go to Bob Richards for a speedy and full recovery in Orpington Croydon Hospital - here with Trevor Lynne and Dave at the 2012 Xmas lunch
WWLSC July 2014 Newsletter is now here
WWLSC Next events: Marston’s Brewery Contact Roy to book for social events. Email
Roy’s famous annual Xmas lunch
Out December 6th and a raffle prize - a fan’s tribute to the Sherpa Van Trophy win details here
Old Gold Glory - a new fanzine details here Issue 2 - Champions is out now (22/11)
New Book: Wolves fan seeking memories of the Sherpa Van Final contact Tim Gibbons at firstname.lastname@example.org
Head of the River crawl (pre Oxford) here
London Wolves Walk Saturday July 5th - what the Dickens did Geoff get up to? Pictures are here
Thursday 21st August John Hartson charity dinner at the Mount Hotel -
Frank’s for the Memory by Waggy - order now details here
Latest event: Pre-Carlisle lunch at the BlueBrick at 12 noon. then .. End of season dinner in Sir Jack’s at Molineux after Carlisle match + Northern Blues & Motown music at Bradmore Social club. ... plus -Monday 5th for Jody Craddock’s testimonial at Molineux
Madame Treasurer & Val in the Bluebrick
Retired water man steals the trophy as Wolves seal record breaking season with 103 points and 3-0 v Cumbrians - more @abbswolf here
WWLSC 50th Anniversary Dinner 2016
Roy has already raised enough to support the first players’ table thanks to everyone who now possesses the gold London Wolves pen - so you have all contributed to this first table. Thanks and here’s secretary Dave taking the £££
WWLSC support WW Women FC travel
MKDons HT: Mark F & Peter W presented our cheque to Wolves Women captain Anna Perks and star player Leanne Rimmer ably assisted by Wolves midfielder Lee Evans
In memory of member Stuart Hatwell who died on February 3rd. He is pictured here with his brother Keith and Wolves midfielder Seyi George Olofinjana at the Meet the Players in 2005 before the 2-1 win over Reading (Leon scored!). Stuart and Keith have been WWFC fans since the 1950s
It’s Dave’s 50th anniversary of travelling up to Molineux -the lads on the train presented him with a cake
pic Mark F
PLEASE READ IMPORTANT MESSAGE ABOUT EUSTON on the travel page here
A message from the Chairman:Members are reminded that while they are travelling, at the match, on the way, especially on the train, or even in the pub home or away they are seen to be representing both Wolves and London Wolves at all times, and are expected to behave appropriately. Complaints have been made about bad language on the train in front of other passengers. London Wolves support the Club’s campaign to cut out bad language in the family areas and expect that to be respected and will take action under rule 5 if it is not.
Members should also conform to the Dry Train rules - see the travel page for details.
Rachel & Olly more here
Welcome to the London Wolves website
New season travel details to November here
James Henry scores a “stunning free kick” v Fulham in the 3-0 win
Wolves 2015-16 Squad details here
Peter’s Brauhaus travel pix here
The July 27th 2015 Ghostly Pub Tour pictures are here
Congratulations to Peter Abbott (@abbswolf) visiting his 4,000th ground - in Wales for this momentous event
We’re delighted to renew our sponsorship for Wolves Women FC. For 2015-16 we support the first team (here before the 5-3 opening win of the season), player/coach Anna Perks, as well as supporting other age groups
WWWFC fixtures here
WWLSC Player of the Season - voting Late entry - @20markf at Footy Aid at Molineux
Winner of the London Wolves (and 6 other awards) was Richard Stearman. Unfortunately @The_Stears moved to Fulham so Carol, Dave and Peter had to make the presentation at The Cottage. Our thanks to Fulham FC for the their help and to Richard
Roll of Honour here
Official Wolves player of the season vote - top 3 Stears, Dicko, Sako - Stears wins players and fans award details
We had a look around to check what the bookies think about WWFC performance for the season. Turns out Middlesbrough is the favourite to win for 2015-16, with Hull and Brighton following close. Rotherham is the most likely to be relegated (Huddersfield and Bolton are at high risk too). Wolves are expected to finish the season in the top half, defending their position for 2016-17. No promotion ahead for the Wolves, at least according to the betting specialists out there! We won’t give up hope until May, though. Come on you Wolves!
London Wolves sponsor Wolves Women away travel
Congratulations to the U11s, U13s the U15s & the U18s, champions & cup winners - presentation evening Molineux 22nd May 2015
Wolves Women Winners
Under 11's Awards: Supporters Brogan, Players Player Hetty and Player of the Season goes to Libby
Under 13's Supporters Player of the Season goes to Katie. Players player is Jess and Maddy is the Player of the Year.
Under 15's Award Winners: Supporters Player Grace, Players Player Tammi and Player of the Season Phoebe.
Under 18's Awards: Supporters Anna, Players Player Esme and Player of the Season goes to Sophie
Seniors Awards: Reserves Player of the Year Hattie James, 1st Team Player of the year Jen Anslow, Players Player goes to Dom Luke.
Fundraising for Watford fan
Nick Cruwys here He is now walking
London Wolves Treasurer Carol presenting Jason Guy with the Xmas donation to Breakthrough Breast Cancer, thinking of Lucy
London Wolves Meet the Players Our thanks to Kenny and the Wolves players. Pictures here
Mitch presents to Bakary Sako and Joe to Kevin McDonald
Val donates £1,000 to the Stroke Assocn for Frank
Many pictures and match reports from 2003 to 2013 have been moved to the archive site click here
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OldGoldGlory.co.uk issue 3 of Graham’s fanzine is out for Millers match
Out of Darkness includes Grahams Hawkins & Turner, Bully Mutchy and regulars Mel Eves Martin Patching and Geoff Palmer
U21 go down to Derby but Mark and John catch up with Paul Simpson now coach at Derby County
Lee Evans picked along with Sam Ricketts in Wales squad but injured
Alfie - Pam Tetlow’s grandson was the mascot at Craven Cottage (pic from Rob Goddard) for the 1-0 away win (Sako)
Wolves Allstars Fixtures
Sunday 27th September 2.00pm 2015 Kick-Off at Stourbridge FC, High St, Amblecote, Stourbridge DY8 4HN against Russells Hall Hospital Emergency Services - and are playing to support the Children's and Adult Emergency Department at Russells Hall Hospital. This is a DGNHS Charity Football Match and Family Fun Day. The aim is to offer patients the best experience possible during a really traumatic time. The match Flyer is here :- http://t.co/DV2kOlNwGQ
League 1 Champions 2013-14 and promotion
celebration at Gresty Road - pitch invasion