|Category||Design being implemented|
|Cost||40 mln £|
|Construction||05.2011 – ?|
|Design time||2010, 2019|
|Address||Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton WV1 4QR|
Molineux Stadium – design description
According to the 2010 concept by AFL Architects, the stadium was to be expanded in three stages, stand after stand. There was also an option to extend the fourth, main stand. The first phase (expansion of the sections behind the north gate, the so-called Stan Cullis Stand) was carried out in 2011-2012, after which further work was put on hold, postponing the plans.
In May 2019, an updated concept for Molineux Stadium expansion was presented. The plan is to expand the three remaining stands, which are expected to grow even larger than they were in the original design. The capacity of the entire stadium is to increase to 50,000 spectators.
United Kingdom: Will they bring football home in 2030 again?
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has recently supported the potential candidacy of the UK and Ireland for the FIFA 2030 World Cup. The formal process for a prospective five-association bid will be opened in 2022.
Wolverhampton: Safe standing and grand plans
Wolves have revealed they will become the first in Premier League to convert an entire stand into safe standing. Even more, the football club showed first glimpse of how huge Molineux could become.
Wolverhampton: Wolves make history. Kind of
No club in Premier League has a safe standing section, right? Not anymore, at least not exactly. There is a caveat but still: earlier today Wolverhampton Wanderers have confirmed installation of the first safe standing options at Molineux.
England: Wolverhampton reopen possibility of stadium expansion
After collapse in 2012-2014, now Wolves are again ready for glory as they're eyeing promotion to Premier League. Club chairman wants to get to 50,000 seats as soon as possible, but settling in top flight comes first.
Wolverhampton: Molineux more fan-friendly
Wolves made their stadium more colourful and gave the colours a meaning. Now instead of dull passageways fans walk by large graphics that illustrate what the club means to people.
England: Wolves open new stand
Though not with the kind of performance they were hoping for. Poor result on the pitch was a bit of a spoil for the shiny stand in black and yellow that replaced former Stan Cullis Stand.