Wolves will install rail seating by beginning of next season

15 May 2019

Molineux Wolves
Photo: Getty Images Wolves have announced that all seats in the Sir Jack Hayward Stand of their stadium, Molineux, will be replaced this summer by a new barrier-seating solution.

Wolverhampton have announced the club will become the first in the Premier League to install seats incorporating barriers in an existing stadium.

Peter Høyer ph@offthepitch.com

Wolves have announced that all seats in the Sir Jack Hayward Stand of their stadium, Molineux, will be replaced this summer by a new barrier-seating solution.  

Furthermore, all seats in the Stan Cullis quadrant will be fitted with an independent barrier; both options will fully comply with the Sports Ground Safety Authority’s most recent guidance, according to the club. 

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