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Sheffield United
   football club is known as   
The Blades
Founded 1889. The nickname refers to Sheffield's once-great steel industry.
Sheffield United
   play at   
Bramall Lane
The ground was also home to Yorkshire cricket club for many years, and hosted one Test match.
Sheffield Wednesday
   play at   
Hillsborough
Sheffield Wednesday
   football club is known as   
The Owls
1899
   winners of the FA Cup were   
Sheffield United
Sheffield United 4 Derby County 1
1902
   winners of the FA Cup were   
Sheffield United
Sheffield United 2 Southampton 1 (Replay); First game 1-1
1915
   winners of the FA Cup were   
Sheffield United
Sheffield United 3 Chelsea 0
1925
   winners of the FA Cup were   
Sheffield United
Sheffield United 1 Cardiff City 0
1935
   winners of the FA Cup were   
Sheffield Wednesday
Sheffield Wednesday 4 West Bromwich Albion 2
Bramall Lane
   test cricket ground is in   
Sheffield
In South Yorkshire, England staged only one test on 3rd July 1902. It has not been used for cricket since 1973.
The Nanny
      
Brighton Sheffield
The Nanny
      
Gracie Sheffield
The Nanny
      
Maggie Sheffield
The Nanny
      
Maxwell Sheffield
Sheffield
   is home to   
Moloko
Sheffield
   is home to   
Heaven 17
Sheffield
   is home to   
Arctic Monkeys
From High Green, a suburb of Sheffield.
Sheffield
   is home to   
Human League
Sheffield
   is home to   
ABC
Sheffield
   is home to   
The Thompson Twins
Sheffield
   is home to   
Wavestar
Sheffield
   is home to   
Cabaret Voltaire
Sheffield
   is home to   
Pulp
Sheffield
   is home to   
Def Leppard
Sheffield
   is home to   
The Longpigs
Sheffield
   is home to   
All Seeing I
Sheffield
   is home to   
Babybird
Sheffield
   is home to   
The Human League
Sheffield
   is home to   
The Long Blondes
Lord James Callaghan
   was awarded the Freedom of the City of   
Sheffield
Helen Sharman
   was awarded the Freedom of the City of   
Sheffield
The Full Monty (1997)
   was set in   
Sheffield
Director: Peter Cattaneo
Hot Saturday (1932)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Romer Sheffield
Film also stars Nancy Carroll and Randolph Scott.
1991
   winner was   
Sheffield Wednesday
Sheffield Wednesday 1 Manchester United 0
Sheffield Park
   is located in the county of   
East Sussex
Informal landscape garden
Sheffield Park Garden
   is situated in   
England
Informal landscape garden in East Sussex
Sheffield
   has the team   
Steelers
Elite league
Sheffield
   has the team   
Steeldogs
Premiere league






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