Molineux’s various suites are available for hire for private functions; from parties to weddings to christenings to small intimate dinners, we’re sure to have a facility to suit your occasion.
Billy Wright Stand
Named after the great Sir Jack Hayward, the generous benefactor of Wolverhampton Wanderers FC for an eventful 17 years, the Hayward Suite is an outstanding venue. With spectacular views across Molineux Stadium it is an impressive facility to hold any event.
Suitable for weddings, conferences, dinners and parties the suite can hold up to 400 guests but can also be separated into two sections for smaller events; the Molineux Suite and Executive Club.
The International Suite
The International Suite is a comfortable space with state-of-the-art LED lighting to create a mood and atmosphere to match any occasion. Able to accommodate up to 120 guests this is a perfect room for Seminars, Meetings and private Dinners.
Major Buckley Suite
Credited by many as instilling the infrastructure within Wolverhampton Wanderers that resulted in such great success in the 1950’s, Frank Buckley entered football management after fighting in the Battle of the Somme. Indeed ‘The Major’ is not a nickname but a title earned after a promotion he earned while serving in the British Army.
The Major Buckley Suite is an inviting facility, serviced by a private bar it is ideal for private parties and meetings for up to 100 gusts.
Billy’s Boot Room
Billy’s Boot Room is dedicated to the great legend of English Football, Billy Wright CBE. Wright became a hero of Wolverhampton as well as the rest of the country due to his outstanding football career that still sees him the third most capped player in English football.
A fitting recognition of Wright’s career being launched by Major Frank Buckley, Billy’s Boot Room connects directly to the Major Buckley Suite and they can be utilised together or as separate facilities. The Boot Room is an intimate facility that can accommodate up to 32 guests and is ideal for smaller meetings or as a separate bar area when enjoying the amenities offered elsewhere in the Stadium.
The Fallowfield Lounge references the location of one of Wolverhampton Wanderers successful FA Cup campaigns. In 1893 Wolves beat Everton 1-0 to win the trophy for the first time and so the name ‘Fallowfield’ is a key term in the Club’s history.
The Fallowfield Lounge is an inviting room, lit up by natural light from large windows overlooking Waterloo Road and the impressive Billy Wright Statue. Ideal for small meetings and breakout groups, it is perfectly located to be used in conjunction with the Hayward Suite.
The Media Suite is a true reminder that you are enjoying the facilities of a renowned football club that has featured regularly in the British media for over 125 years. With the interview ‘backdrop board’ prominent in the room, enjoy the facility that has seen so many famed Wolves personalities address the media.
The venue for many important discussions regarding Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, the Chairman’s Suite shows the glamorous side of the sport and has played host to many celebrities of the football world for decades.
Ideal for small meetings where making a striking impression is of great important, offering a relaxed sitting area with a small bar facility and an adjoining section for round-the-table discussions and presentations that are guaranteed to make an impact!
The Boardroom Room
The Boardroom, is the facility that services the Director’s Box on a matchday. With doors leading directly to the outdoor seating offering the best views in the Stadium, and regularly frequented by football royalty!
The Boardroom is on the third floor of the Billy Wright Stand and as a result offers great privacy so is ideal for confidential meetings and presentations. Catered for by facilities on the same floor, the Room has its own private bar ensuring that you have everything you will need when utilising this facility.
Executive Suites are individual suites located in the Billy Wright Stand. There are 18 in total, each offering fantastic views across Molineux Stadium. Catering for parties from eight to twenty guests they are ideal for private meetings or dinners and breakout rooms for larger events held in other facilities.
Each has its own balcony with seating giving your guests a chance to sample the atmosphere of Molineux, which even without a match is still palpable.
Sir Jack’s Restaurant
With such a great level of gratitude for a great man, this is the second facility at Molineux dedicated to Sir Jack Hayward. Used to entertain Match Sponsors on matchdays and discerning diners for the rest of the week, there is not a more suitable name for an area used to entertain such a varied, and large, guest list.
With outstanding views across Molineux Stadium and decorations all in tribute to the legend that is Sir Jack Hayward, the Restaurant is an excellent venue for a dinner or lunch event for up to 70 guests.