2 min read
16th May 2022
Wolves under-23s face a play-off semi-final against Norwich City on Tuesday evening, and Molineux is the only place to support the clubs’ future stars on their push for promotion.
James Collins’ side take on the Canaries from 7pm on Tuesday 17th May under the Molineux lights, and with the game unable to be live streamed, supporters need to book their seat inside the stadium if they want to watch all the action unfold.
Due to Liverpool’s top-flight clash with Southampton taking place on the same evening, the usual free Wolves TV live stream will not be available for the play-off semi-final because of the Premier League’s broadcasting restrictions.
However, season ticket holders and members can get free entry into Molineux for Tuesday’s vital match but must claim their ticket in advance. For non-season ticket holders, tickets cost £4 for adults, £2 for over-65s and under-21s, while under-17s can gain free entry.
The development team have had an incredible second half of their Premier League 2 season, losing just one match in Division 2 since the turn of 2022, which saw Collins’ side rocket up the table to finish their campaign in second place.
That meant the under-23s were guaranteed home advantage in the play-offs, and they now prepare to face a Norwich side – who ended their season in fifth place – in a one-legged semi-final as both teams look to earn promotion into the top tier of youth football.
Collins said: “It will be great to see as many supporters as possible, I know the boys will appreciate it, and the fans who have come to the games have seen an exciting brand of football, goals, nice moves and positive football.
“I hope it’s another enjoyable evening for those who do come and having our fans getting behind the boys and creating that atmosphere for them would give us the edge.“
If Wolves were to win the semi-final, they would Stoke City in the final – which would also be at Molineux.
Tickets to watch the under-23s’ play-off semi-final must be bought in advance, while season ticket holders, members and under-17s must claim their free tickets by clicking here.
Parking will also be available for spectators on a first come/first served basis in the Stan Cullis and Waterloo Road car parks.