Wolves under Bruno Lage brought that calm feeling around Molineux Stadium in the recently concluded campaign, it was a keen mixture of apt tactics and a clear way scheme of going about things. The new already launched Wolverhampton Wanderers home kit is all about that simple yet elegant attitude that the Foxes will look to carry into the 2022/23 season. The Castore 2022/23 Wolves Home kit is officially released today, and it has that infamous amber shade with black outlines. This is also the first glimpse of Wolves’ new sponsor in AstroPay whose logo will feature in black with a hint of red.
IMAGES: WOLVES HOME KIT 2022/23
Further moving into Wolves 2022-23 away kit, the Castore Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. 22-23 away jersey has a classic bespoke look with geometric designs shading between a light-turquoise-blue and black.
IMAGES: WOLVES AWAY KIT 2022/23
Furthermore, Wolves 2022-23 third kit was also among the leaks by the ever-reliable Footy Headlines – where Castore picks a shade of salmon pink with black on Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. 2022-2023 third jersey which, again, has a rather different yet geometric pattern donned.
IMAGES: WOLVES THIRD KIT 2022/23
Lastly, let’s look at what Jose Sa will be donning between the posts when it comes to next season. Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. goalkeeper kit is a purple patched jersey with a set of geometrical patterns with a black outlining.
IMAGES: WOLVES GOALKEEPER KIT 2022/23
Coming into the next season (2022/23) – the Wolverhampton faithful will have certain progress in mind despite the likes of Ruben Neves & Adama Traore linked with a move away from central England. Yet there are some effective faces that Wolves will expect to bring in – especially if the aforementioned stars were to move on. And this time around, they will be focused to replicate what Graham Potter has done with Brighton – quality compiled by a distinct set of play that has an identity that fans are proud of and generals applaud.