Courtesy of your intrepid Committee Secretary, who, at great personal expense, has personally tested all of these hostelries, ably supportedby pint sized Paul, here is the list of “preferred” London Wolves pubs.  Pictures and map links will be added to this page

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Burnley - The Inn on the WharfInn on the Wharf pub explorer

Manchester Road, Burnley, Lancashire  BB11 1JG  Tel. 01282 459951  Fax. 01282 456817

Near Manchester Road Railway Station. 

Real Ales and excellent food

 Burton - The Burton Bridge Inn

Burton Bridge Inn

Excellent pub, real ales (own brewery), some sold in Wolverhampton..  Dave was so pleased with the pub he sent a Christmas tip to the staff.  See website at  see Ben Waldron’s article at BurtonBridgeInn       


Chelsea White Horse Parsons Green

Very pricey food; Chelsea fans reserve tables.  Good outside area with chearper BBQ




Crewe   - The Brunswick (Boddingtons)

71 Nantwich Road, Crewe   CW2 6AW TEL: 01270214951

10 minutes from the railway station, 12 minutes from the ground


Derby    - The Brunswick (Freehouse)Brunswick Derby

 1 Railway Terrace, Derby, Derbyshire, DE1 2RU  (01332) 290677.

opposite Derby Midland Road railway station






Fulham The Bricklayers Arms

Good ale.

South Side of Put ney Bridge up side road       




Fulham The Dukes Head (south side Putney Bridge)


Good beer; (Youngs) pricey food


Fulham The Rocket Weatherspoons (south side Putney Bridge)


Gillingham - Dog and Bone (Camra)

Jeffrey Street

5 mins from Gillingham Railway Station. 

No food, good write up on most fan sites

IpStation Hotel Ipswichswich   - The Station

Opposite Ipswich Railway Station.

Real Ales and  food



Queens Park Rangers - The Pavilion (Boddingtons)

Wood Lane

Near White City tube station. 

Good food, garden, tv




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QPR  The North Pole (ideal on a freezing day and hosts for us for Wolves last Premier League win in 2012) great food and beer 100 yards further down North Road from the Pavilion.  Rumoured to be David Cameron’s local pub




Reading  - Three Guineas

Right by the Railway station - away fans only.

Food finishes at 1:00!  Bus station 20 yards away for buses to the ground (10mins).  Benches outside.

Reading  - Hobgoblin

Broad Street, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 2BH

Quarter of a mile from the station.  As many Real Ales as you could possibly want including 7% Cider!! No food.  Couple of benches in the shopping street.

Reading  - Hope Tap (Weatherspoons)

About quarter of a mile from the Station (cross the road, to the lights, turn right into Friar St).   Favoured for food and cheaper beer.

Rotherham - The Bridge Inn

Greasborough Road, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S60 1RB

Sheffield - Old Queens Head

Bus station 40 Pond Hill, Sheffield S1 2BG, England

Tel: 44-114-279-8383

Near Manchester Road Railway Station. 

Real Ales and food

SheffieRutland Arms os Sheffieldld United - Rutland Arms

The  Rutland Arms 86 Brown Street Sheffield South Yorkshire S1 2BS

TELEPHONE  (0114) 2729003, FAX (0114)2731425

Selection of Real Ales

Southampton - The Giddy Bridge (Weatherspoons)


Weatherspoons pub with large bar both upstairs and down, usual extensive range of beers at cheap prices and usually some sort of special offer on, very busy after the match away fans have always been welcomed. Door policy of No football shirts!! (from the Saints fanzine Ugly Inside) - the pub is #15 on the map

WaMoon under Water Watfordtford  - The Moon Under Water (Weatherspoons)                                                                     

This Weatherspoons pub is in the old High Street en route from the station to the ground.  As usual, the beer is well priced, and the food is good.   Plenty of space and a no smoking area with a small outside patio area.  Well populated with Watford supporters as well.   Service can be slow, but the staff are friendly.  

Wigan Athletic - Bee’The bees knees Wigans Knees




01942 237168

Two minutes from both main line stations

Good beers and good food

WOLVERHAMPTON- The Blue Brick No longer a London Wolves “Official Pub” BlueBrickWtonas it has become an “away pub”

Broad Gauge Way Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV1 1AA ...

Ten minutes from the ground, 5 minutes from main station, on the Wednesfield Road

Real ale, good food

WOLVERHAMPTON- The Great Western

Corn Hill, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV10 0DJ

phone: +44 (0)1902 351090

Fifteen minutes from the ground, five minutes from main line station via subway to the right of the station. 

Good beers and good food good atmosphere - ask Al who’s just going inGreat Western;  Willie Carr is often found in here with Daventry Wolves.

WOLVERHAMPTON- The Terrace Bar (now no longer in existence as the North Bank was rebuilt a

At the ground in the Stan Cullis stand (North Bank) TerraceBarStanCullisStand

Wolves Season Ticket Holders only.

Beers and food

Now replaced by the North Bank bar.    A tribute to London Wolves 50th anniversary is to be placed on the wall here.






Wolverhampton - The Lych Gate Tavern - beer only (great beer) no food (occasionally cheese baps) Alternative location to meet Peter if advised.

 Once again the London Wolves “official pub”

Off Queens Square by Barclays Bank and just by St Peter’s Church.  5 Minutes to Molineux Lych Gate - Google

Off the train you may find Peter in the Wetherspoons Moon Under Water (near the station) for breakfast or lunch, before going on to the Lych Gate.




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