Wolves fans are being urged to sign up for a free Safe and Well visit from West Midlands firefighters, after their home Molineux Stadium was hit by fire earlier this year.
Twenty firefighters from Black Country fire stations - several Wolves fans among them - stopped the blaze, which is believed to have started in a dishwasher, but there was still significant fire and smoke damage.
Now the football club is urging its followers to think about fire safety at home, to protect them and their families. A series of social media posts will urge fans to make sure they have working smoke alarms, to register electrical appliances and to have a night-time safety routine - to try to avoid the unthinkable happening at their homes.
West Midlands Fire Service (WMFS) responded to Molineux Stadium in Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton just before 2am on Sunday 23 January.
Watch Commander Andrew Howard, the first officer to respond from Wolverhampton fire station, said: “My crew have all been Wolves fans since they were young. We couldn’t believe it when we found ourselves responding to a fire at Molineux.
“We arrived in just two minutes and quickly managed to contain the fire and stop it spreading. But if it can happen at Molineux Stadium, it can happen anywhere.