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first meetings

The first league meeting of the two clubs was on the 9th November 1907 at Molineux in Division 2. The  game finished with a 2-0 win for Wolves.

The first meeting in the FA Cup was on 19th February 1921 at Craven Cottage and the score of the game was 1-0 win for Wolves.

The first meeting in a League Cup Game was 5th October 1966 at Craven Cottage which ended in a defeat with a score of 5-0.

The first meeting in the Premier League was 18th October 2003, this game ended in a nil nil  draw at Loftus Road in front of a crowd of 17,031 The match was played at Loftus Road due to redevelopment work at Craven Cottage. The team that played that day was Oakes, Irwin, Naylor, Butler, Craddock, Rae, Cameron, Camara, Gudjonsson, Blake, Miller and the only sub was used on that day was Kennedy. The manager of that game was Dave Jones.

most recent meeting

Premier League – The most recent game was on the 27th November 2023 the game finished 3-2 to Fulham with Iwobi, Willian with a brace for home side and Cunha, Hwang for the away side.

The latest meeting in the FA Cup was a replay 13th January 2015 at Molineux after the original game at Craven Cottage was a 0-0 draw.  This game went all the way into extra time where it finished 2-2 after 90 minutes,  3-3 after 120 minutes before going to a penalty shootout which Fulham won 5-3 in front of a crowd of 8,148.

The last meeting in the League Cup was 1st November 2000 at Craven Cottage in front of a crowd of 6,763, Fulham won the game 3-2.

biggest win

The Biggest League win Wolves have ever had against Fulham was in League Division one, the score was 9-0 at Molineux on the 16th September 1959 in front of a crowd of 41,692.

The Team that played that day was Finlayson, Stuart, G.W.Harris, R.Flowers, Showell, Clamp, Lill, R.Mason, J.Murray, P.Broadbent, Deeley.

Scorers of the goals: Deeley 6, 36, 68, 87 , R.Flowers 37 , P.Broadbent 58 , R.Mason 59 , J.Murray 62 , Clamp 73.

The biggest win in the Premier League was on the 21st August 2011. Wolves beat Fulham 2-0 at Molineux with goals from Kevin Doyle and Matthew Jarvis. Wolves line-up on the day was Hennessey, Stearman, Johnson, Berra, Henry, Ward, Hunt, Jarvis, O’Hara, Fletcher, Doyle and Subs were Kightly, Elokobi, Foley, Ebanks-Blake, Hammill, Milijas, De Vries and the Wolves manager was Mick McCarthy.

biggest defeat

Spare a though for Wolves fans travelling to Craven Cottage in 1928 who saw the biggest defeat with Wolves losing 7-0 in League Division 2. A crowd of over 12,981 turned up to watch.

The biggest defeat in the Premier League was on the 4th March 2012 at Craven Cottage with Fulham beating Wolves 5-0 where Pavel Pogrebnyak got a hat trick and Clint Dempsey got a brace of goals.

The line up for Wolves was Hennessey, Stearman, Berra, Zubar, Foley, Kightly, Henry, Ward, Jarvis, O’Hara, Doyle and Subs were Hunt, Milijas, Fletcher, Johnson, Bassong, Jonsson, De Vries and it was Caretaker Manager Terry Connor in charge.

match of the day

The game that was nearest to the upcoming fixture between the two sides was played on 6th March 1909 the game finished 1-1.


Wolves news - History of Wolves v Fulham

Wolves 2 Fulham 1 20th September 2009 in Premier League at Molineux

Wolves secured their first home victory of the season against a strong Fulham team.

The game kicked off with Wolves applying early pressure and creating scoring opportunities. They broke the deadlock in the 18th minute when Doyle headed the ball into the net from close range after a flick-on by Berra from a corner. This marked Doyle’s first goal for the club since his record signing from Reading.

Castillo, another new recruit on loan from Red Star Belgrade, attempted a long-range shot from 35 yards that hit the advertising boards.

Wolves almost doubled their lead in the first half, but Keogh’s goal was disallowed for offside.

In the second half, Wolves extended their lead to 2-0 when Edwards capitalised on a mistake by Dempsey to slot the ball into the roof of the net.

Despite the home supporters urging for more goals, Wolves had to settle for a nervy finish after Fulham converted a penalty following a tussle in the box between Mancienne and Zamora.

Both teams introduced strikers in the final minutes, with Wolves bringing on last season’s top scorer Ebanks Blake and Fulham introducing Kamara.

Fulham managed to pull one back with Kamara taking advantage of an exposed offside trap to score.

However, Wolves held on to clinch a 2-1 victory, securing their first home win of the season.

Wolves Team: Hennessey, Elokobi, Berra, Mancienne, Edwards, Henry, Halford, Jarvis, Castillo, Keogh, Doyle.

Substitutes: Hahnemann, Zubar, Hill, Kightly, Milijas, Ebanks Blake, Maierhofer.

Manager: Mick McCarthy

Fulham Team: Schwarzer, Konchesky, Pantsil, Hangeland, Hughes, Murphy, Duff, Etuhu, Dempsey, Johnson, Zamora.

Substitutes: Zuberbuhler, Baird, Smalling, Gera, Greening, Davies, Kamara.

Manager: Roy Hodgson


Wolves 3 Fulham 0 30th April 2000 in Division 1 at Molineux

After dominating the first half of the game without scoring, Wolves finally broke the deadlock in the 50th minute of the second half. Bazeley’s corner from the right wing found Nielsen, who dived to head home and make it 1-0 to Wolves.

Wolves doubled their lead nine minutes later when Phelan brought down Branch from behind in the penalty area. The referee had no choice but to award a penalty to Wolves. Curle, usually on penalty duties, gave way to Muscat, who coolly curled the ball into the net to make it 2-0 to Wolves.

In the 73rd minute, Fulham had a chance to score, but Ball’s header was cleared off the line by Curle.

As the game neared injury time, Wolves sealed their victory with a third goal. Emblen set up Taylor on the right-hand side, who slotted the ball home through a crowded goalmouth to make it 3-0 to Wolves.

These three second-half goals secured Wolves their ninth win in ten home games, setting up an exciting challenge for the playoffs with a game in hand over Huddersfield.

Wolves Team: Oakes, Bazeley, Pollet, Curle, Muscat, Nielsen, Emblen, Sedgley, Sinton, Akinbyi, Branch.

Substitutes: Robinson, Taylor, Naylor, Petterson, Flo.

Manager: Colin Lee

Fulham Team: Taylor, Symons, Melville, Coleman, Uhlenbeek, Hayward, Clark, Ball, Phelan, Horsfield, Peschisolido.

Substitutes: Trollope, Neilson, Hayles, Thompson, Selley.

Manager: Karl Heinz Riedle & Roy Evans (Caretaker Managers)

head to head stats

Wolves News - History of Wolves v Fulham


There has been 15 Meetings between the two sides.

Wolves have won 6 games with 5 Home wins and 1 Away Wins.

Fulham have won 3 games with 3 Home wins and 0 Away Wins.

There have been 6 draws between the sides.

Wolves has scored 15 Goals.

Fulham has scored 15 Goals.


There has been 97 Meetings between the two sides.

Wolves have won 45 Times.

Fulham have won 27 Times.

There has been 25 Draws.

Last 6 Matches

4th May 2019 Wolves 1 Fulham 0 at Molineux

4th October 2020 Wolves 1 Fulham 0 at Molineux

9th April 2021 Fulham 0 Wolves 1 at Craven Cottage

13th August 2022 Wolves 0 Fulham 0 at Molineux

24th February 2023 Fulham 1 Wolves 1 at Craven Cottage

27th November 2023 Fulham 3 Wolves 2 at Craven Cottage


Ivan Cavaleiro 

Played for Wolves 2016-2020 made 96 appearances and scored 17 goals made his debut on the 10th September 2016 in a 1-1 draw against Burton Albion and played for Fulham on a season long Loan 2019-2020 and permanent 2020 to present day made 97 appearances and scored 11 goals on the 21st August 2019 when he made his debut for the club played against Milwall where he did a player of the match performance by scoring 2 goals and assisted 1 goal.

Emmanuel Frimpong

Played for Wolves January 2012 in a loan spell for the rest of the season from Arsenal made 5 appearances made his debut against Chelsea in a 2-1 defeat and played for Fulham January 2013 in a season loan spell from Arsenal made 6 appearances.

Jordan Graham

Played for Wolves 2015-2020 made 14 appearances and scored 1 goal and made his debut for the club 21st November 2015 against Ipswich Town and played for Fulham 2017-2018 in a loan spell from Wolves made 3 appearances which started 31st August 2017 to Mid January 2018 restricted to substitute appearances and was subsequently recalled by the club his loan spell.

Marcus Hahnemann

Played for Fulham 1999-2002 made 2 appearances  failed to displace Fulham’s number one choice Maik Taylor as number one at the time at the club and played for Wolves 2009-2011 made 40 appearances he was backup goalkeeper to Wayne Hennessy for the opening 4 months and then Hahnemann was made first choice goalkeeper for the remainder of the season.

Mario Lemina

Played for in a loan spell for Fulham from Southampton 2020-2021 made 28 appearances and scored 1 goal where he made his debut for the club in the 2nd Round of the EFL cup against Ipswich Town and currently playing for Wolves 2023 made 4 appearances made his debut for the club against West Ham in the Premier League where Wolves won the game 1-0.

Scott Malone

Started his career at Wolves 2009-2012 never made any first team appearances for the club and came through the Wolves Academy to turn professional in 2009 and played for Fulham 2016-2017 made 36 appearances and scored 6 goals where he made his debut in the opening game of the 2016 season in a 1-0 win over Newcastle United.

Kevin McDonald

Played for Wolves 2013-2016 made 120 appearances and scored 8 goals where he made his debut for Wolves in a 2-1 win at Bristol City on the 17th August as a substitute and played for Fulham 2016-2021 made 116 appearances and scored 6 goals where he scored his first goal for the club against Cardiff City in 2-2 draw on 20th August 2016.

Jamie O’Hara

Played for Wolves 2011 in a loan spell from Tottenham on the 30th January 2011 and made his first start for the club by playing against Bolton Wanderers as a substitute and a permanent spell 2011-2014 made 55 appearances and scored 5 goals and played for Fulham 2015-2016 made 37 appearances and scored 1 goal and made his debut in the opening game of the 2015 season against Cardiff City.

Sheyi Ojo

Played for Wolves in a loan spell from Liverpool 2015-2016 made 16 appearances and scored 2 goals made his debut as a substitute coming on in the 84th Minute playing against Blackburn Rovers and played for Fulham also from a loan spell from Liverpool 2017-2018 made 24 appearances and scored 4 goals.

Seol Ki Hyeon

Played for Wolves 2004-2006 made 69 appearances and scored 8 goals and played for Fulham 2007-2010 made 18 appearances and scored 1 goal.

Jamie Smith

Played for Wolves 1994-1997 made 87 appearances and scored 1 goal and played for Fulham in a loan spell from Crystal Palace 1999 made 9 appearances and scored 1 goal.

Richard Stearman

Played for Wolves 2008-2015 and loan spell 2016-2017 from Fulham made 229 appearances and scored 5 goals he made his debut for Wolves in a 2-2 at Plymouth Argyle on the 9th August 2008 and played for Fulham 2015-2017 made 29 appearances.

Adama Traore 

Played for Wolves 2018-2023 made 200 appearances scored 14 goals and is currently playing for Fulham after signing for them in 2023 made 9 appearances scored 1 goal.

Raul Jimenez 

Played for Wolves 2018-2023 made 166 appearances scored 57 goals and is currently playing for Fulham after signing for them in 2023 made 24 appearances scored 5 goals.

Others Who Played For Both Clubs

Dave Beasant, Gordon Brice, Donald Cock, Stan Collymore, George Edmonds, Jack Hamilton, Jackie Henderson, Max Kilman, Tony Lange, Mekhi Leacock McLeod, Andrew Lonergan, Stacey North, Billy Richards, Dick Richards, Harry Robotham, Alf Tootill.

Played, Coached, Managed Both Teams
Stuart Gray – Assistant Manager & Caretaker Manager

Was at Wolves 2004 working with Dave Jones as a assistant manager and also was a caretaker manager of the for a month taking charge of 7 games and also was a caretaker manager at Fulham 2015 for 19 days taking charge of 4 games and is currently the Assistant Manager at Fulham working with Marco Silva at this current time. 

Dave Beasant – Goalkeeping Coach

Played for Wolves in a loan spell 1992 from Chelsea made 4 appearances and was a player for Fulham 2003-2004 made no appearances and was also a goalkeeping coach at Fulham working with Lawrie Sanchez and also with Northern Ireland.



I have been a Wolves fan for over 30 years.

I have supported them both home and away games in the 80’s, 90’s and 00’s and now like looking into wolves games the stats behind the games they play in the premier league and also look other stats if asked by someone else in the podcast. I have also done the 92 football league grounds and shortly be doing a ebook about peoples favourite match they went to along with a match report and if possible stats from game.


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