Wolverhampton City Council confirmed the club had been given planning permission for the first stage of redevelopment. Wolves are formulating plans for a major redevelopment of Molineux which could see the stadium capacity rise by almost 50 per cent, Sky Sports News has learned.

... Molineux - North Bank Redevelopment Timelapse ... Wolverhampton Molineux stadium phase 1 … The club had asked Wolverhampton City Council for the freehold of the land to progress plans to expand the existing 29,300 capacity, with a hotel and conference centre among the options. Wolves moved into Molineux Stadium in 1889, having played at various grounds in the first decade of their existence. Molineux was the site of the first ever league game played in English history. Wolverhampton Wanderers are in talks with the council over the future development of Molineux, according to chairman Jeff Shi.

AFL Architects – Molineux Stadium Redevelopment (UK) April 17, 2015 April 19, 2015 Richard S. From the Architect (AFL Architects) The first three phases of the proposal will expand the capacity at Molineux from the present 28,500 to 37,500 spectators. Wolverhampton Wanderers’ head of marketing Russell Jones has admitted that the chances of redevelopment work starting at the Premier League club’s Molineux stadium in May 2020 are small, with plans to carry out the project “properly as opposed to quickly”.

On 7 September 1889 Wolves beat Notts County 2-0.

Wolves still hope to kick off their Molineux redevelopment plan next summer – with the eventual aim of increasing the capacity to up to 60,000 seats. Wolves Reveal Molineux Redevelopment Concepts 15 May 2019 Following a fantastic Premier League campaign in the 2018/19 season, Wolverhampton Wanderers have revealed the early concepts for the recently announced expansion of their famous home, Molineux Stadium.

Wolves have announced a £40m redevelopment of Molineux that will increase the capacity to 36,000.

This magnificent stadium was one of the first to install floodlights and was responsible for Wolves' plans to redevelop Molineux explained by Laurie Dalrymple and Jeff Shi "We see a benchmark that this club could grow to a 45,000-50,000 capacity in the medium to long term" Now instead of dull passageways fans walk by large graphics that illustrate what the club means to people.

Molineux is dominated by the modern Stan Cullis Stand at one end of the stadium, which was opened in 2012.

Wolves moved into Molineux Stadium in 1889, having played at various grounds in the first decade of their existence. Wolverhampton FC stadium redevelopment utilises BMS technology Molineux Stadium has been the home of Wolverhampton Football Club since 1889.