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The club was saved from liquidation at the last minute when it was purchased by a consortium fronted by former player Derek Dougan. In , with the club again in receivership, a deal saw Wolverhampton City Council purchase the stadium and surrounding land, while a local developer paid off the club's outstanding debts in return for planning permission to develop the land adjacent to the stadium.
Building on that, the team achieved both the Fourth and Third Division championships in the next two seasons and won the Football League Trophy Final at Wembley.
Lifelong fan Jack Hayward purchased the club in and immediately funded the extensive redevelopment of dilapidated Molineux into a modern all-seater stadium.
Despite substantial spending, neither Graham Taylor nor Mark McGhee could fulfil this, both managers leading the team to play-off defeats at the semi-final stages in and respectively.
It was not until that Wolves were promoted, when they defeated Sheffield United 3—0 in the play-off final under Dave Jones to end a year absence from the top level.
After former England manager Glenn Hoddle failed to bring a swift return to the Premier League, the rebuilding of the squad by Mick McCarthy rejuvenated the club with an unexpected play-off finish.
On 21 July , it was confirmed that the Chinese investment group Fosun International had bought the club's parent company, W. Wolverhampton Wanderers's return to the Premier League resulted in a seventh-place finish in their first season back, their highest placing in the top division since finishing sixth in — The club's traditional colours of gold and black allude to the city council 's motto " out of darkness cometh light " with the two colours representing light and darkness respectively.
In the early decades of the club a variety of shirt designs using these colours were created, including stripes and diagonal halves, until the continual usage of a plain shirt design since the s.
Like most English teams, their earliest shirts usually only featured a badge on special occasions such as cup finals. Since the badge has consisted of a single "wolf head" design; the current badge was last redesigned in In May , the club won a legal challenge by Peter Davies, a 71 year old retired building industry manager, who claimed he drew the wolf head motif as a schoolboy in the s and entered it in an art competition.
Mr Davies said he came up with the angular design after a teacher asked him to demonstrate an understanding of Blaise Pascal's Hexagrammum Mysticum Theorem, and entered it in an art competition advertised in the Express and Star newspaper.
Mr Davies had made a copyright claim and wanted compensation. Wolves' traditional away colours have been all-white, but recent decades have seen a variety of colours used, including black, blue, teal, purple and maroon.
When first founded the club used a field on Goldthorn Hill in the Blakenhall area as its home, which could accommodate some 2, spectators.
Although the site could only hold 2, spectators at first it was eventually developed to be capable of 10, In the summer of the club moved to its permanent home ever since, Molineux , in the Whitmore Reans area of the city.
The stadium name originates from the Molineux House built in the area by Benjamin Molineux, a local merchant, in the 18th century and whose grounds were later developed to include numerous public leisure facilities.
When the Northampton Brewery Company purchased these grounds in , they rented their use to the city's football club, who were seeking to find a home more befitting a Football League member.
Wolves bought the freehold in and soon began a series of ground improvements under the auspices of Archibald Leitch ,  beginning with the construction of a major grandstand on the Waterloo Road side.
In the days before seating regulations, the ground could hold more than 60, spectators, with the record attendance being 61, for a First Division match against Liverpool on 11 February When the Molineux Street Stand failed to meet new safety legislation, the club began building a new replacement stand behind the existing one on land where housing had been demolished.
This new all-seater stand — named the John Ireland Stand after the then-club president — was completed in and was the first stage of a plan to rebuild the entire stadium.
As a result, it was forced to enter receivership in New safety laws were implemented following the Bradford City stadium fire and these forced the closure of both the now-dilapidated North Bank and Waterloo Road Stand.
The club did not have the funds necessary to rebuild them. In , plans were unveiled for an extensive redevelopment programme to enlarge the capacity and develop the facilities.
Ground redevelopments were once again placed on the agenda following the club's acquisition by Fosun in In contrast to previously mooted plans,  it was publicly revealed in February that future plans consisting of the demolition and full rebuild of the Steve Bull Stand, followed by the redevelopment of the Sir Jack Hayward Stand, to raise the stadium capacity to ,, were under active consideration.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Wolverhampton Wanderers Unders are competing in Division 2 of the Premier League 2 during the current season, following relegation from the highest level after the previous season was curtailed and decided on a point-per-game basis.
Originally founded in , Wolves Women became the club's official women's team in For details on all former players, see List of Wolverhampton Wanderers F.
The club has been represented by numerous high-profile players over the years, most notably Billy Wright , who captained England a record 90 times and was the first player to win a century of international caps,  as well as earning the Footballer of the Year Award in ,  an accolade also won by Wolves half-back Bill Slater in Joleon Lescott went on to play for England 26 times scoring once.
Robbie Keane went on to become Ireland's all-time leading goalscorer with 68 goals in appearances.
The Wolverhampton Wanderers Hall of Fame has inducted the following former players: . Wolves have had 27 different permanently appointed managers during the club's existence.
The club's most successful manager is Stan Cullis , whose year tenure brought all three of Wolves' league championships as well as two FA Cup triumphs.
Wolves have also been managed by two former England national team managers in Graham Taylor and Glenn Hoddle. As well as having numerous supporters' clubs across the United Kingdom,        Wolverhampton Wanderers also have an international support base, with supporters' clubs in Australia,  United States,  Sweden,  Spain, Germany,  Republic of Ireland,  Malta,  Iceland and Norway  amongst others.
They have a particularly sizeable Scandinavian fanbase, due to the area's television coverage of Midlands football in the s when the club were a regular top-flight team; the first-ever English match shown live in both Sweden and Norway involved Wolves Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 Sunderland 0, Football League First Division , Saturday 29 November Wolves' longest-established and strongest rivalry is with West Bromwich Albion , against whom the club contest the Black Country Derby.
The two clubs, separated by eleven miles, have faced each other times;  their first competitive clash being an FA Cup tie in Wolves also share rivalries with the two Birmingham clubs, Aston Villa and Birmingham City , against whom there have been numerous matches dating back to the 19th century.
As Wolverhampton historically sat within the boundaries of Staffordshire , a Staffordshire derby between Wolves and Stoke City is also recognised.
During the club's peak in the s, the home crowd's signature song was " The Happy Wanderer ", which was a chart hit in the U. Allstars was also popularly used in the stadium until a request from the West Midlands Police to cease due to concerns that the obscene lyrics used by some fans during the chorus could incite trouble.
As with all large city football teams the club attracted a number of hooligans in the s. During the late s and early s, a hooligan firm named "The Subway Army" would often ambush fans in the subway adjacent to the ground.
The group was gradually broken up and virtually ceased to exist due to a large number of arrests — many as part of the police's nationwide "Operation GROWTH" or "Get Rid of Wolverhampton's Troublesome Hooligans" in the late s.
The club invites interaction with its supporters and has a Fans' Parliament, at which independently selected candidates meet with club officials discuss issues relating to the club.
The club is owned by the Chinese conglomerate group Fosun International , which purchased the parent company of the club, W. Like most football clubs, significant commercial income is generated from shirt sponsorship deals.
Hayward's takeover greatly improved the club's financial health, after a turbulent s in which the club twice was declared bankrupt.
In the all-time table since the league's inception in , Wolves sit fourth in terms of points gathered in all divisions as of the conclusion of the —19 season , with only Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal having accumulated more points in total.
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However, only one sponsorship is permitted per jersey in addition to that of the kit manufacturer. Exceptions are made for non-profit organisations, which can feature on the front of the shirt, incorporated with the main sponsor or in place of it; or on the back, either below the squad number or on the collar area.
If clubs play a match in a nation where the relevant sponsorship category is restricted such as France's alcohol advertising restriction , then they must remove that logo from their jerseys.
The competition attracts an extensive television audience, not just in Europe, but throughout the world.
The final of the tournament has been, in recent years, the most-watched annual sporting event in the world. A indicates the player was from the European Cup era.
The table below does not include goals scored in the qualification stage of the competition. Players that are still active in Europe are highlighted in boldface.
The table below does not include appearances made in the qualification stage of the competition. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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For other uses, see European Cup disambiguation. This article is about the men's competition. When you hear the anthem it captivates you straight away.
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