The Molineux Stadium has been the home of Wolverhampton Wanderers FC since 1889. In that year it hosted the first ever football league game, a 2-0 victory against Notts County. It is named after Benjamin Molineux, who was the original owner of the land upon which the stadium is now located. Wolverhampton Wanders FC, often known as Wolves or The Wanderers, have won four first division titles to date.
Parking at the Molineux Stadium is very limited and can be expensive. While there are other parking options in the area, it is generally easier, cheaper, and quicker to book your parking space in advance of visiting the ground and ensures there is a reserved space upon arrival. The nearest railway station to the ground is Wolverhampton, located roughly a 15-minute walk from Molineux.
There is a distinct lack of away-fan-friendly pubs close to the stadium. Therfore, it is generally best to visit the bars in the centre of town, including The Stonehouse, The Bluebrick, and The George Wallis. There are also a number of family friendly restaurants in the city centre, as well as attractions such as the Wolverhampton Art Gallery.
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