It connects Parkside Road and the surrounding area to the main entrance to Hillsborough Stadium. 2005: Chelsea (2) 1948: Arsenal (6)

O Sheffield Wednesday Football Club é um clube de futebol da Inglaterra, da cidade de Sheffield em Yorkshire.Foi fundado em 4 de setembro de 1867, uma quarta-feira, e joga na Football League Championship (segunda divisão inglesa). League football in England was established in 1888, while Wednesday were admitted to the, The Wednesday became founder members of the, The Wednesday were unanimously elected to the, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Sheffield_Wednesday_F.C._seasons&oldid=976020192, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, (N) – Northern section of regionalised stage, This page was last edited on 31 August 2020, at 18:50.

It and the neighbouring ticket office were severely damaged in the Hillsborough Flood.

The ground has received major investment since it was first occupied in 1899 with new stands all round and the original South stand having been substantially re-built in time for the Euro 96 cup finals. 1970: Liverpool (12) A 1–1 draw at home to Burton Albion was followed by two successive 2–0 defeats, one at home to Reading and another away to Aston Villa, giving The Owls just four points out of twelve in March and losing their five-point advantage over seventh placed Fulham. The ground took its new name from the newly created parliamentary constituency.

Sheffield Wednesday Football Club is a football club in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England who play in the Championship, the second tier of the English leagues.

1994: Manchester United (9)

Steven Fletcher equalised for Sheffield Wednesday, scoring his first competitive goal for the club, whilst Fernando Forestieri scored the winning goal.

Där höll de till i drygt tio år innan de 1899 flyttade till den nuvarande hemmaarenan Hillsborough Stadium. Hillsborough was used as a venue for the 1966 FIFA World Cup and 1996 UEFA European championships.

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[32] The highest attendance recorded since work to convert the stadium to an all-seater venue was completed in 1993 was for a Premier League match against Manchester United on 2 February 2000. 1955: Chelsea (1)

1932: Everton (4)

The Owls got February off to a winning start, with a 1–0 win at the DW Stadium against Wigan Athletic, thanks to a Ross Wallace goal.

[10] A match between England and Scotland was watched by 25,536. It was a Chesterfield player, Herbert Munday, who scored the first goal at the new stadium but Wednesday came back to win the game 5–1.

Several restaurants, such as Dooley's and the Sheridan Suite, are under the South Stand. It sells all the merchandise, and also the tickets for matchdays. Den bestod av lokala arbetare som brukade ta ledigt på onsdagseftermiddagar, därav namnet Sheffield Wednesday. It cost £18,000 and included 5,600 seats plus terracing at the front. ), Sheffield Wednesday FCs officiella webbplats, https://sv.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sheffield_Wednesday_FC&oldid=47536030, Creative Commons Erkännande-dela-lika 3.0 Unported, Ligamästare: 1902/03, 1903/04, 1928/29, 1929/30, Division 1/Premier League: 1892–99, 1900–20, 1926–37, 1950–51, 1952–55, 1956–58, 1959–70, 1984–90, 1991–2000, Division 2/The Championship: 1899–1900, 1920–26, 1937–50, 1951–52, 1955–56, 1958–59, 1970–75, 1980–84, 1990–91, 2000–03, 2005–10, 2012–, Division 3/League One: 1975–80, 2003–05, 2010–12. It is like an architect’s model of the dream stand of the future, a space age stand."[19].

The land was part of the Hillsborough House estate which was being sold off by the Dixons.

[23] The Kop was the last part of the Wednesday ground to be converted to all-seater accommodation, the change finally coming in 1993 to comply with new FA Premier League regulations following the Taylor Report. In the next game, a mid-week fixture, The Owls left the Cardiff City Stadium with a point after a 1–1 draw, with Daniel Pudil scoring the equalising goal.

1962: Ipswich Town (1)

The first South Stand was first built at Olive Grove, but moved with the club in the summer of 1899 to the new site at Owlerton where it was rebuilt brick by brick. 1931: Arsenal (1)

In The Owls' final game of 2016, Adam Reach scored a late equaliser against Preston North End, his first goal for the club.

Soil was dumped at both ends of the ground to level out the ground which was initially meadowland covered with dandelions. Following the game against Derby County, Sheffield Wednesday were in fourth place in the league table, their highest position in the whole of the 2016–17 season. It is the second largest area of the ground to remain uncovered, after the North West Corner. Source: League Managers Association Performance of the Week, Four teams play for one spot and promotion to the, The transfer will become permanent at the end of the season, "2016–17 Sheffield Wednesday F.C. It has a large lower tier with 8,275 seats (including the directors box) and an upper tier known as the 'Grand Stand' with 3,077 seats.

It has a capacity of 9,255 seated. The hosts thrashed the visitors 4 – 1 with Steven Taylor scoring twice as well as single goals from Carlton Cole and Jerome Thomas while Marcin Kikut scored for the visitors with 23,110 in attendance. : This is a list of footballers who have played for Sheffield Wednesday F.C. 1939: Everton (5) However, in July 2017 some upgrade and improvement works commenced with completion before the first league home game in August 2017: During the 2015–16 season the club installed a completely new EPOS system on the concourses.

Efter att ha fått en ansökan om medlemskap i The Football League avslagen 1889 gick de i stället med i Football Alliance och blev dess första mästare 1890.

[32] The game was watched by 30,339 fans. In the summer of 2013 small gates were installed at the front of the gangways in order to keep fans at bay. Kop Corner was built in 1986 with a capacity of 400 (though this 400 is included in the overall Spion Kop capacity of 11,210). The largest receipts for a club game at Hillsborough were for the FA Cup semi-final replay between Chesterfield and Middlesbrough on 22 April 1997 and totalled £680,965. 1897: Aston Villa (3) They originally played at a stadium called Olive Grove Stadium and were called The Wednesday. 1901: Liverpool (1)

Den bestod av lokala arbetare som brukade ta ledigt på onsdagseftermiddagar, därav namnet Sheffield Wednesday. The Owls' run in the League Cup did not last long as they lost 2–1 at Cambridge United after extra time, with Lucas João scoring for Sheffield Wednesday.

2012: Manchester City (3) As of 10 July 2019, Sheffield Wednesday have announced seven pre-season friendlies against Northampton Town,[51] Lincoln City, Stocksbridge Park Steels,[52] VfB Lubeck, Holstein Kiel,[53] Shrewsbury Town[54] and Espanyol.

Demolition of the North Stand began in 1960 and work began on a new £150,000 stand. [12] The money was invested in a replacement for the Olive Grove stand on the south side of the stadium. It has been the home of Sheffield Wednesday since its opening in 1899.[2].

This was followed by a 3–0 away defeat to Middlesbrough in the FA Cup, entering and exiting the tournament in the 3rd Round. 1978: Nottingham Forest (1) [citation needed], The lowest average attendance at Hillsborough came in the first season after its opening (1899–00) when each game was attended by an average crowd of just 6,800 fans, mainly because the new stadium, then called Owlerton Stadium, was a fraction of the size it is today. Sidan redigerades senast den 20 april 2020 kl.

1927: Newcastle United (4)