Trains to Molineux Stadium

How to get to Molineux Stadium by train

Reaching Molineux Stadium by train is simple. From Wolverhampton Station you can either take a 15 minute stroll to the Stadium, or you can shorten the journey by taking a bus from the Art Gallery (Stop BC), which will reduce the journey time to around 10 minutes. There are helpful signposts to direct you for the walk to the venue.


Wolverhampton (WVH)

Wolverhampton station
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West Midlands
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Wolverhampton station information

Staffing level Full time
Information systems
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  • ArrivalScreens
  • Announcements
Station operator West Midlands Railway
Ticket office opening times

Ticket machines can be found on the main concourse.

  • Monday to Saturday: 05:30 - 22:30
  • Sunday: 07:30 - 21:15
Pre-purchase collection Yes
Ticket machine Yes
Smartcards issued here No
Validate Smartcards here No
Penalty fares WM
Customer service information

The Customer Information Lounge is located in the concourse and it’s open during station opening hours.

Customer Relations:

Please contact our Contact Centre team on: 0333 311 0039. Who are open during the following times:

Monday to Friday: 07:00 - 19:00 Saturday and Sunday: 08:00 - 16:00 Bank Holidays: 08:00 - 16:00 except Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

Left luggage

Available: No

Lost property

Available: Yes

First class lounge opening times
Seated area
Waiting room
Station buffet

Refreshment facilities available across the station.


The National key toilets are located on Platforms 1 and 4; these toilets are operated by a radar key.

Baby changing facilities
Post box
ATM machine

We want everyone to travel with confidence. That is why, if you are planning on travelling on national rail services, you can request an assistance booking in advance - now up to 2 hours before your journey is due to start, any time of the day. For more information about Passenger Assist and how to request an assistance booking via Passenger Assist, please click here .


0800 0248998


24 hours, 7 days a week (except Christmas Day and Boxing Day)

  • Monday to Sunday: 24 hours
Staff help

This station is fully staffed. Your assistance will be provided by station staff.

  • Monday to Sunday: 24 hours
  • Monday to Friday: 24 hours
  • Saturday: 24 hours
  • Sunday: 24 hours
Induction loop available Yes
Ticket machine
Accessible booking office counter available
Ramp for train access available
Accessible taxis information
National Key toilets available
Step free access

This station has been classified as a step-free access category A station. This means that this station has step-free access to all platforms. More information on the step-free classification system can be found at

The assistance meeting point is at the ticket office.

Ticket gates
Impaired mobility set down available

Wolverhampton Station Car Park

Car park 1 Multi storey
Car park 1 operator SABA UK
Car park 1 spaces 832
Car park 1 opening times
  • Monday to Sunday: 24 hours
Car park 1 charges
  • Off-peak: £8.90
  • Per hour: £1.50
  • Daily: £12.80
  • Monthly: £139.90
  • Three monthly: £396.20
  • Annual: £1,271.00
Car park 1 contact details


2 Electric Vehicle charging points available. For more information visit the Pod Point website.

Telephone: 0330 123 5247


Onward travel

Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here

Cycle storage available Yes
Cycle storage spaces 86
Cycle storage sheltered Yes
Cycle storage CCTV Yes
Cycle storage location

Cycle facilities are currently located at the front of the station adjacent to the multi-storey car park whilst redevelopment works are carried out at the station.

Cycle storage types
  • Stands
  • Racks
Rail replacement information

In the event of engineering works rail replacement buses will pick up from / drop off at the front of the station.

Metro services

The West Midlands Metro (tram) serves Wolverhampton. For details:

Follow this link to find the station map

Departures and arrivals from Wolverhampton

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About Wolverhampton station

Wolverhampton Station underwent an extension project from 2020, which has helped boost its rail connections and implement a range of state-of-the-art facilities. There is full time staffing, with 24/7 CCTV. The ticket office is open 24 hours a day from Monday to Saturday, and 06:15 to 23:59 on Sundays. Ticket machines and pre-purchase collection options are available, as well as the Customer Information Lounge located in the middle of platform one. If you lose or leave a belonging behind, there is a lost property site at the station, so you can check or register online to see if it has been found.

More about Molineux Stadium

Off to watch Wolves F.C play? Whether you are a football fan or just visiting Wolverhampton, the iconic Molineux Stadium has it all, offering Premier League football, exciting events and thrilling tours for an experience you will never forget.

A centrepiece of the city, the historic Stadium is the 32,050 seater home of Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club. Initially opened in 1889, Molineux recorded its highest attendance in 1939, when 61,315 standing and seated fans watched Wolves play Liverpool in an FA Cup match. After remaining almost unchanged for the following decades, the illustrious grandstand was built in 1975 to help the stadium reach safety requirements.

Today it holds host to top-level football, as the Club has gone from strength to strength. Tickets are available for weekend fixtures, as well as evening mid-week games, where you can watch Wolves under the lights in their iconic gold and black colours.

To add to your matchday experience, or if you are visiting at any other time, step into the world of football in the state-of-the-art Wolves Museum . A unique venue, jam-packed with interactive displays and activities for all of the family. The Museum tells the story of how Wolves have shaped modern football, both at home and all across the world. The specially designed Cinema creates a stimulating visual and audio experience, while you can be entertained for hours taking penalties against one of Wolves’ legendary goalkeepers.

Through the year there are a whole host of events including gourmet evenings, virtual watch along events, WV1 Comedy Club nights, tribute evenings and much more.

Other attractions and activities near Molineux Stadium

While the Molineux Stadium is a standout attraction in Wolverhampton, there is so much more to see and do in the city.

West Park is the perfect place to unwind after the excitement of a match or tour at the Stadium. The beautiful Victorian park has 43 acres of tranquil green space, with a boating lake, tennis courts, chalet tearooms, a children’s play area and much more. You can reach West Park from the Molineux with a 10-15 minute stroll.

When looking for somewhere to eat near the Stadium, you are spoilt for choice. Take a 7-10 minute walk back into the City centre, and you will discover a whole host of local restaurants alongside popular eateries. Whether you’re in the mood for Indian, Italian, Thai or Mexican, you can find cuisines from all over the world. You will also find a range of the major chains like McDonald’s, Nando’s, Subway and more around the city centre.