Wolverhampton Wanderers Logo – The Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club is a club of football in England, the city of Wolverhampton in West Midlands. Founded in 1877, with the name of St. Luke’s, by: John Baynton, Jack Addenbrooke and Jack Brodie.Actualmente play in the Barclays Premier League and promixa in the Football League Championship. In 1893 the team won the first FA Cup in its history (1-0 over Everton). To date, the Wolves have played eight Cup final.
In 1954 the team won its first League First Division, now Premier. Wins over prestigious clubs in Europe such as Real Madrid and Honved Hungarian were the inspiration for the UEFA European Cup created the clubs, the current UEFA Champions League. In 1974 and 1980 the team won two League Cups (now Carling Cup) that adorn the windows, thanks to victories over Manchester City and the almighty then Nottingham Forest. That was the beginning of a serious decline that led, after several descents, to the Fourth Division in 1986 (the previous case of this severe decline was the Bristol City in 1982).
On April 18, 2009, the team can return to the elite five years later after his victory over Queens Park Rangers. A week later, on April 25, 2009 the team achieved its third league title in Championship-Level 2- (1932-1977-2009), after tying one on the field of Barnsley, achieving the coveted promotion to the Premier League. The 2011-12 season will be the number 63 of the Wolves in the top flight of English football.
Wolverhampton has written brilliant pages in the history of British and world football, being so far the only club in England to have their windows all the official titles of English football, and holds the record of being the top scorer in team history. Billy Wright (CBE), outstanding player and Wolves legend, was the first player in history to reach 100 caps (105 in total). He was declared best player in England in 1952 and held the captaincy of the team in 90 matches. In the Molineux you can see a bronze statue in his honor.