This half-term, young Wolves supporters can celebrate Halloween, watch their heroes train live and hear from head coach Bruno Lage at the 2021 open training session.
On Thursday 28th October, Lage’s side will head to Molineux to prepare for their Premier League clash with Everton, and the pack is invited to join for a special Young Wolves Halloween event, in association with official kit partner Royal Caribbean.
Gates will open at 10am, when Dicky Dodd, Wolfie and Wendy and the Young Wolves team will be building the atmosphere through a series of games ahead of 11am, when Lage’s team will begin training.
Once training is complete, at around 12.15pm, Lage will partake in a question and answer session, with the head coach answering pre-recorded questions submitted by those in attendance – just video yourself asking a question and email it to email@example.com.
Tickets for the Young Wolves Halloween event are priced at £5 and will be available at tickets.wolves.co.uk.
Upon entry on the day, each supporter will receive a gift before taking their seat in the Stan Cullis or Billy Wright Stands. Supporters can also enjoy 20 per cent off everything inside the Molineux Megastore for one day only.
Prizes will also be given to the best fancy dress, including a Halloween hamper and Cineworld tickets for the top three lucky winners.
Three ticketing windows have been put in place to manage the event and are as follows:
- Season ticket holders | 11th – 13th October
- Members | 14th – 17th October
- General sale | 18th October
Unfortunately, due to Covid restrictions, autographs and selfies with players will not be available, in keeping with Premier League protocol, however the opportunity to hear from the head coach live is the first of its kind at a Wolves open training event.
Likewise, an adult and child Zorb relay race on the Molineux pitch will take place for the first time, with the winner taking home a signed shirt. To enter, simply send your name, age and supporter number to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only those selected will be contacted.
Elsewhere, food and drinks will be sold in the concourses, with special offers running throughout the day, while access to the Wolves Museum will be free to ticket owners to learn more about the club’s proud history. Please note numbers are limited due to Covid restrictions.
To secure your place at what promises to be a special event, check the sale dates above and visit tickets.wolves.co.uk.