Three Pines have been working with Wolves since the 1980s and have been visible around Molineux via matchday stewards’ coats.
The building companyhave completed many constructional improvements of Molineux and the Sir Jack Hayward Training Ground in recent years.
Three Pines were established in 1961 in the heart of Wolverhampton and have continued to grow and expand year on year, working alongside Wolves.
The building company are a multi-skilled organisation operating in the construction sector, offering services to a diverse range of clients throughout the UK in both the commercial and domestic sectors.
Lifelong Wolves supporter and managing director of Three Pines, Alan Bradshaw said: “Three Pines have had links with the club since the late 1980s, carrying out refurbishment and maintenance work, and we are proud to say we have continued since.
“Our first large sponsorship with the club started around 15 years ago with the sponsorship of the Wolves stewards, with every steward in and around the stadium sporting the Three Pines logo.
“We are proud to continue this sponsorship and look to do so for many years to come. We are so excited to have now taken the next step forward with the club in becoming an official partner.”
Wolves head of operations, Steve Sutton added: “Wolves and Three Pines Building Company have enjoyed a long and successful relationship over the years, across many different regimes and eras for the football club.
“Their standard of work has always been first class and their improvements of the stadium and training ground, particularly in recent years, have been fantastic.
“Although the two companies have worked closely for many years, we are delighted to welcome Three Pines on board in an official capacity and we’re excited to be heading into a new and exciting season working alongside them.”