Wolves fans get disability lounge

Wolverhampton Wanderers fans with disabilities are to get a dedicated lounge on match-days.

Jez Moxey pleased with 'excellent' new lounge

Wolverhampton Chief Executive, Jez Moxey, says he's pleased with the club's revamped disability lounge, which officially opens today.

The lounge will be dedicated to disabled supporters, and provide them with refreshments and the opportunity to watch the football on a special TV screen.

This excellent facility further underpins our support for our disabled fans by offering them a focal point to meet on match-days, enjoy some refreshments, and no doubt discuss all the Wolves-related issues of the day.

– Jez Moxey, Wolverhampton Wanderers Chief Executive

Wolves fans to get revamped disability lounge

Wolverhampton Wanderers fans with disabilities are to get a larger revamped lounge on match-days.

The new lounge will be within the Stan Cullis stand at Molineux, and commemorative plaques will be unveiled to mark the opening later today.

Molinuex is getting a new lounge for fans with disabilities Credit: Andrew Matthews/EMPICS Sport

Facilities include wheelchair friendly access, free refreshments, and specially commissioned photographs with first team players.

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