May 25, 2024


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Wolverhampton Wanderers: How to follow Wolves on the BBC

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The BBC’s coverage of Wolverhampton Wanderers is bigger and better than ever before. Here’s everything you need to know to make sure you never miss a moment…

The best content delivered directly to you

Want the biggest news and match updates sent direct to your phone or tablet? Then download the BBC Sport app and sign up to notifications.

With Wolves news notifications, you will have the biggest stories and the best content about the club at your fingertips.

And never miss a goal during the season, with our event notifications telling you the moment the ball hits the back of the net – plus line-ups, kick-offs, half-time scores and full-time results as soon as they happen.

If you’re reading on your phone or tablet web browser and have the app on your device, hit this linkexternal-link and we’ll take you directly to the notifications sign-up page. If you’re already in the app, you’ll find the notifications sign-up page in your menu bar.

The app comes with all our website content along with a radio player, Chromecast integration, a widget and personalised menu options. It’s free and easy to download.

For more information on each feature and getting set up, visit our app FAQ page.

Everything Wolves

As well as our football and Premier League pages, Wolves have their own topic page – a one-stop shop for all the best digital content about the club, including insight and analysis from journalists and pundits across the BBC, plus the best of social media.

And, of course, you also get your fixtures, results, tables and player stats.

All the matches

As you’d expect, we have comprehensive coverage of all of Wolverhampton Wanderers’ games.

Our live text commentaries – online and on the BBC Sport app – bring you all the action and reaction, and include live commentaries from BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra, as well as Final Score.

Match updates and some live commentaries are also available on BBC Radio WM (95.6 FM and DAB).

Watch all of Wolves’ Premier League goals and highlights, plus analysis from our team of pundits, on Match of the Day and Match of the Day 2, which are also available on BBC iPlayer.

And when it comes to the FA Cup, BBC Sport will continue to show live matches, highlights and online clips. From 2021-22, more ties than ever before will be available to watch or stream live.

Podcasts and programmes

There’s plenty to get your teeth into here.

While Match of the Day and Match of the Day 2 bring you all the Premier League highlights, Football Focus sets you up for the weekend by previewing all the top action, alongside analysis from expert pundits and guests. And MOTDx takes you inside the football, fashion, music and culture from around Wolverhampton Wanderers and the rest of England’s top flight.

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You can always stay in touch with all the news, insight and analysis surrounding the club on BBC Radio 5 Live’s Football Daily podcast on BBC Sounds.

There’s also coverage available on BBC Radio WM throughout the week, including a nightly football phone-in when you can have your say on all things Wolves.

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The socials

You can, of course, get all the latest on Wolverhampton Wanderers by following our Match of the Day accounts on Twitter,external-linkInstagramexternal-link and Facebook,external-link as well as BBC Sport accounts on those three platforms, plus TikTokexternal-link and YouTube.external-link

And BBC Sport West Midlandsexternal-link is worth a follow on Twitter for all the updates from our journalists covering Wolves locally.

Where next?

Well, where else? Go straight to the Wolverhampton Wanderers topic page here…