The Wolves organisation have a new Headquarters heading into the 2020 season. After a successful 6 years at South Queensferry Sports Hub the committee made the tough decision to make the move to Peffermill Playing Fields in Edinburgh's south east.
Club secretary George Fell sent us this statement;
"With a vision of growth we realised that we needed to be in the city to maximise training attendance. Queensferry have been fantastic to us over the years but the opportunity to move to Peffermill was too great an opportunity to pass up. We have been searching all offseason and due to our close ties with Edinburgh University we were able to strike a deal with Peffermill to use their fantastic facilities for training and games. We are delighted to have secured a new home ground in the city and with Peffermill being a part time home venue for the past few seasons it made sense that with the right deal this would be the best place to make our home".
Peffermill will host all home games this season on one of their premier grass fields. With the added benefits of a 500 seat grandstand and a bar with a view of the pitch we will be able to provide a first class viewing experience for all fans!
Congratulations to @chiefs on the win, but more importantly..
A HUGE thank you to everyone who came down and supported the Wolves at @malones_edinburgh for our epic Super Bowl party! Best party in town! We really appreciate the support and events like this help the club to keep running so again. Thank you!
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With the first session of the new year in the books we would like to invite everyone in welcoming our new Head coach AND OC Martin Harrison. Martin as you will know is currently the University of Edinburgh Predators American Football Head Coach.
"I am very excited about my appointment as the Head Coach of THE Edinburgh Wolves. It is a great organisation and the team has great future potential."
Congratulations Coach Harrison, here's to 2020