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Wolverhampton - detailed statistics and predictions for the upcoming matches

Wolverhampton - detailed statistics and predictions for the upcoming matches

Wolverhampton Wanderers is a football club based in Wolverhampton, England. It was founded in 1877 and plays at Moline Stadium. The team is known by the nicknames "Wolves" and "Wanderers".

In the beginning, the Wolves were a school team, and Harry Barcroft (a student at St. Lux School, Blackenhall) introduced him to people who helped create the club. And so, in 1877, St. Lux was established, renamed the Wolverhampton Wanderers in 1879, and after eight years (during which they have used two two different stadiums) finally moved to their present stadium.

In 1888 it became part of the members of the football league, and the following year reached his first FA Cup final, but lost it against Preston North End. Subsequently, however, they have managed to win many titles, having recorded 4 FA Cup trophies, 2 League Cup trophies, 3 Championship won, 1 Sherpa Van Trophy trophy and 1 Texaco Cup.

In the seasons 1953/54, 1957/58 and 1958/59 the club won the league and played its first international matches with teams such as Real Madrid, Dynamo Kiev, Spartak Moscow and others. A crisis erupted in 1964, leading to two years in the Second Division, but then Wolverhampton made a superb return to England's most elite football league.

Many famous and talented players have played for this club, some of whom are Don Goodman, Johnny Hancox, Colin Cameron, Bill Hartil, Paul Ince, Sami Al-Jaber and Stefan Iversen. But it is worth noting that Billy Wright is one of the most famous players of the wolves (and also a record holder in the number of games as captain of the national team of England - 90).