Wolves 2018-19 season: Fixtures, transfers, squad numbers & complete Premier League schedule

Nuno Espirito Santo successfully guided Wolves back to the Premier League following a six-year long wait, winning promotion with four matches to spare in the Championship.

The current Premier League season will see the club compete in the English top-flight for the first time since they were relegated in successive years starting from 2012, and the West Midlands club look like a strong side following a summer where the squad was strengthened.

They will start and end their top-flight campaign with fixtures against the two Merseyside clubs, and began life in the Premier League with an impressive 2-2 draw with Everton after finding themselves chasing the scoreline twice. They finish the season away to Liverpool at Anfield.

Goal brings you your complete guide to Wolves’ 2018-19 Premier League fixtures, with dates, venues and all you need to know.


Wolves 2018-19 squad numbers


Squad No. Position Player
2 DF Matt Doherty
5 DF Ryan Bennett
6 DF Danny Batth
7 FW Ivan Cavaleiro
8 FW Ruben Neves
9 FW Raul Jimenez
10 FW Helder Costa
11 GK Rui Patricio
14 FW Bright Enobakhare
15 DF Willy Boly
16 DF Conor Coady
17 MF Morgan Gibbs-White
18 FW Diogo Jota
19 DF Jonny Castro
21 GK John Ruddy
27 MF Romain Saiss
28 MF Joao Moutinho
29 DF Ruben Vinagre
30 DF Kortney Hause
31 GK Will Norris
32 MF Leander Dendoncker
33 FW Leo Bonatini
37 FW Adama Traore
DF Sylvain Deslandes
DF Ethan Ebanks-Landell
DF Dominic Iorfa
DF Phil Ofasu-Ayeh
MF Jordan Graham
MF Connor Roan
FW Paul Gladon
FW Joe Mason
FW Michal Zyro

Wolves’ 2018-19 transfer activity


Raul Jimenez Wolverhampton Wanderers 2017-18

Wolves boss Santo was able to purchase established Portugal international Joao Moutinho for a coup of £5m from Monaco.

Swoops have been made to make Willy Boly and Diogo Jota permanent signings after playing for the club on loan last season.

Fixtures were released on June 14 and the Wolves faced Everton in their Premier League opener in their first top-flight fixture since they were relegated to the Championship at the end of the 2011-12 season. Having finished first in Engalnd’s second-tier league, Wolves will be ready and raring to go for life in the Premiership.

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Next up they face tough challenges against defending champions Man City in matchday three, and Jose Mourinho’s Man United a few weeks later.

This season marks the first time that they will face none of their West Midlands rivals in the top-flight, as the likes of West Brom, Aston Villa and Birmingham City are not involved in the Premier League.

Wolves’ full Premier League fixtures can be seen below. 

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