Friendly matchworn shirts to support Wolves Foundation

Friendly matchworn shirts to support Wolves Foundation Image

The Wolves men’s first-team will be carrying the name of Wolves Foundation on their shirts as they complete preparations for the new Premier League season by taking on Rennes at Molineux on Saturday.

The Foundation’s branding will be seen on the back of the shirts, just as it also was for the team’s 1-1 draw with Celtic at Ireland’s Aviva Stadium last weekend. 

And fans now have the chance to bid for these unique matchworn items whilst also supporting the Foundation’s ambitions to create opportunities and change the lives of people across Wolverhampton.

The signed shirts will go live on at 12.45pm this Saturday, just as the Rennes friendly gets underway at Molineux.

The Foundation are extremely appreciative of the support received from the club, and this will be the first opportunity for fans to try and get their hands on some unique Wolves memorabilia, with several matchworn shirt auctions also scheduled to take place during the 2023/24 season. 

All proceeds will be invested into the Foundation’s work delivering over 40 projects across the community in keeping with the overall aims of encouraging healthier and more active people, lifelong learning and skills and the development of safer and stronger communities. 

Visit the Matchworn Shirts website for the Rennes auctions and other opportunities through the 2023/24 season.

"It is amazing to be out there meeting people and having some fun. It is really important for Wolves to have this connection with the fans and to see the happiness in their faces."

Toti Gomes | Wolves Defender

"As a lifelong Wolves fan, to represent the Club and Foundation is something I'll cherish forever."

Daz James | Wolves Disability FC

"Savannah absolutely loves the group. The staff are committed to making every single session fun and welcoming."

Natasha | Healthy Goals Parent

“I think all football clubs should be the beating heart of their communities and Wolves, through the Foundation, manages to do that."

Johnny Phillips | Sky Sports Presenter and Foundation Ambassador

"We get loads of different opportunities with a Premier League club. I feel really privileged to be a part of it."

Mustafa | Football & Education College Academy student

"To come here and be hands on with the kids is unreal. Working with Wolves and the Foundation is a blessing and I'm honoured. It feels surreal sometimes but it's the best feeling."

S-X | Music Producer and Foundation Ambassador

"It's good to give back what you got. Football and the Wolves Foundation help me, so I like to help the community."

Taye | Premier League Kicks

"Wolves is a fantastic football club, and they’re excelling off the pitch as well with all the brilliant community work that the Foundation does. The passion of the coaches and the opportunities to play are amazing."

Jack Rutter | Former Great Britain Paralympian and Foundation Ambassador

"Wolves has definitely helped my personal development, but now also helps me to develop people I work with. I wouldn’t be where I am today without the opportunities Wolves Foundation have given me."

Carl Ackasovs | Wolves Foundation

Wolves Foundation activities give tools to help kids grow in different aspects of their lives.

Daniel Podence | Wolves Forward

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