Wolves will not offer an update on their season ticket situation until after updated government guidance, as per the Express and Star.

The current regulations are due to end on 19th July, and an update is expected after that date.

Some sides, such as West Brom, have put their season tickets on sale already.

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But Wolves are preferring to wait until there is more clarity over how many fans will be allowed back.

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It’s easy to see the logic behind the decision. Wolves don’t want to sell season tickets and then need to offer refunds.

But obviously it shortens the turnaround time from when they do make a decision to the start of the season.

The club are planning for fans in for the first home game of the season against Tottenham in August.


It’s just a case of how many. 4,500 were at Molineux for the final game of last term, against Manchester United.

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Where does it leave fans?

Fans are playing a waiting game right now.

They don’t know how much their season ticket will cost or whether they’ll be able to get into every game.

That’s probably better than forking out, thinking they can get to every game and then having to claw the money back.

The picture should become clearer upon the next government update.

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