Wolves have become the first Premier League team to install barrier seating at their stadium Wolves have become the first Premier League team to install barrier seating at their stadium
Paul Cooke appointed to FAI investigation sub-committee Today marks the day an almost unbeatable Premier League record was set Wolves are... Wolves have become the first Premier League team to install barrier seating at their stadium
Paul Cooke appointed to FAI investigation sub-committee
Today marks the day an almost unbeatable Premier League record was set

Wolves are set to become the first Premier League club to install seats incorporating barriers in an existing stadium.

The club has announced that all seats in the Sir Jack Hayward Stand will be replaced this summer by a new barrier seating solution, furthermore all seats in the Stan Cullis quadrant will be fitted with an independent barrier, both options will fully comply with the Sports Ground Safety Authority’s most recent guidance.

The decision came after the club did a survey among their fans with 97% of South Bank season ticket holders said they would be in favour of the change.

The seats will give fans the option of sitting or standing and will be the first of its kind in the Premier League.

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