Boasting one of the most stylish kit, club badge, and one of the most continental sides in the Premier League, Wolverhampton Wanderers are enjoying a Portuguese-inspired renaissance. Can you guess the mystery players from Starting 11's Wolverhampton Wanderers football quiz? Enter your guess in the box provided below each shirt. Each correct answer is indicated with a tick and a wrong answer with a cross, in order to make this set of Wolverhampton Wanderers football quiz as user-friendly as possible. Of course, Wolverhamptom Wanderers' history is also home of Britain's finest footballers across the years, so try to keep local names in mind as much as the more exotic footballing superstars!
Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club, better known as Wolves, was founded in 1877, and have played their home games at Molineux Stadium since 1889. One of the founding members of the Football League, Wolves have been champions of the English League three times (1953–54, 1957–58 and 1958–59), under the leadership of legendary manager Stan Cullis. Wolves have also finished second in the league on five occasions during their footballing history. They have won the FA Cup four times while coming second four times as well. In terms of the League Cup, Wolverhampton Wanderers have won it twice.
Wolves' traditional kit features the iconic gold shirts and socks and black shorts. As one of the biggest clubs in the West Midlands area, they maintain several long-standing rivalries with other West Midlands clubs, mainly with West Bromwich Albion, whom they contend the Black Country derby with.The Black Country Derby however, has not been contested for close to 8 years, as the Wolves have far surpassed their rivals and now battle for European places in the Premier League. Under manager Nuno Espirito Santo, Wolverhampton Wanderers have emerged from the Championship to shock the established Premier League sides with their stylish football and finishing seventh in their first season back to the top flight.