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Formed at St.Lukes's
Became known as Wolverhampton Wanderers
One of the 12 founders of the football league
Won the FA Cup for the first time
Won the FA Cup for the second time
Won the FA CUP for the third time
Champions of England
Champions of England
Champions of England
Won the FA CUP for the fourth time
UEFA CUP runners up
Won the League Cup for the first time
Won the League Cup for the second time
3 consecutive relegations to 4th division
Signed Steve Bull - 13 years, 306 goals, 13 England caps
Promotion to division 3 as championsUEFA CUP runners up
Promotion to division 2 as champion
Sir Jack Hayward buys Wolves
Promotion to Premier League
Glen Hoddle appointed as manager
Mich McCarthy appointed as manager
Promotion to PremierLeague as champions
Consecutive relegations to League 1
Fosun buy Wolves
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Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, is an English professional football club based in the city of Wolverhampton in the West Midlands. The team won the 2017–18 EFL Championship and will compete in the Premier League in 2018–19.

The club was formed in 1877 as St Luke's F.C. by John Baynton and John Brodie and has played at its home ground - Molineux Stadium, since 1889. As an exchange, that we ourselves would like to use, we want to be close to our users and their needs; we also share the passion for sport.

The 1950s were for Wolverhampton Wanderers definitely challenging. The 1949-50 season was the 51st season of competitive league football for Wolves. The team finished in the second place, losing out the title to Portsmouth just because of goal average.

This bitter defeat was sweetened up by winning the league championship for the first time in season 1953-54. The winning streak was continued in season 1957-58 and 1958-1959 when Wolves won with Manchester United. In 1960 Wolves won the FA Cup for the fourth time and became the first club to pass 100 goals in 3 consecutive seasons.

The season 1971-72 was a significant breakthrough for Wolverhampton Wanderers FC. The Club became a runner-up in UEFA Cup losing to Tottenham Hotspur. Two years later, in the 1974-75 season, Wolves won the League Cup for the first time.

In 1980, Wolverhampton won the League Cup for the second time. Unfortunately, in years 1984-86 the Club recorded 3 consecutive relegations to 4th division. In 1986 Wolverhampton Wanderers signed Steve Bulls who score a club record of 306 goals.

In 1988 Wolverhampton Wanderers FC was promoted to division 3 as champions winning 1988 Football League Trophy Final at Wembley. Just after that, in the next year, the Club was promoted to division 2 as champions. After these successes, the Wolves were bought by a lifelong fan Jack Hayward in 1990.

After defeating Sheffield United 3-0 in 2003, Wolverhampton Wanderers were promoted to Premier League first time after 19-year of absence. After that success, Glen Hoddle was appointed as a manager of Wolves in 2004.

In 2006 Mick McCarthy was appointed as a manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers. A year later, Steve Morgan bought the Club for the next 9 years paying symbolic 10 pounds. In 2009, Wolves were promoted to Premier League as champions. Unfortunately, after 3 seasons in 2012-13 Wolves recorded relegation to League 1.

After that, Kenny Jackett was appointed to the position of a head coach leading the team to the EFL Championship. In 2016 the Chinese investment group Fosun International had bought Wolverhampton Wanderers from Steve Morgan. In 2018 a cryptocurrency exchange platform CoinDeal became an official global sponsor of the Club.

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