The Championship side will spend five days in Ireland as part of their pre-season preparations
Wolves will face Cork City in a friendly as part of their pre-season perparation this July.
Pending FAI approval, the fixture against Cork is scheduled for the evening of Monday July 18.
Wolves will base themselves at the Fota Island Resort training facility during a six day training camp between the 17-22 July, where the Republic of Ireland national side will complete some of their preparation for this summer's European Championships.
"The facilities we are heading to come very well recommended," said Wolves boss Kenny Jackett.
"It is a good training base, with excellent facilities, and the Republic of Ireland team will be using the same base before they go to the European Championships – that shows you the quality of the place.
"It will be a good fixture for us to play against Cork City at the start of the week as we continue our preparations for the new season.”