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Just what the doctor ordered!

Wednesday’s ‘Give it Up’ campaign for the Children’s Hospital in Sheffield has captured the imagination of the football world. And nowhere more so than across the pond in America – where one Wednesdayite in particular has made an amazing gesture. The Owls’ first team squad will be donating 90 minutes salary on Good Friday towards [...]

Wednesday, 12 April, 2017|Participation|

Owls back Rainbow Rocks

Sheffield Wednesday are backing Worksop-based charity JOEL – The Complete Package, and their Rainbow Rocks campaign, which is bidding to win £50,000 of Lottery funding in the People’s Project. The People’s Projects is a partnership between the Big Lottery Fund, ITV, STV and The National Lottery that gives the public a say in awarding Lottery [...]

Tuesday, 28 March, 2017|Participation|

Birthday treat at charity challenge!

Owls fan James Mair received the perfect birthday gift last weekend when he played and won at his beloved Hillsborough! As a special surprise birthday treat, lifelong Wednesday fan James was signed up by his dad Ian to take part in the Sheffield Wednesday Charity Cup, the unique sporting challenge that raises money for two [...]

Tuesday, 28 March, 2017|Participation|

SWFC April Soccer Camps

The Owls’ popular Soccer Camps are back up and running in April for youngsters of all abilities. The camps are run by the Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme and available to young people aged 5-14. They include professional coaching and a chance to progress to the SWFCCP Development Centre, which represents the next level up of [...]

Monday, 20 March, 2017|Education|

Join Jeff Stelling on his march for men!

In March 2016, Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling marched his beloved Hartlepool United to Wembley raising money to support Prostate Cancer UK, the Official Charity Partner of the EFL. Now, in 2017, Jeff is back and it’s bigger and better than ever. He’s walking 15 marathons in 15 days visiting over 40 football clubs starting [...]

Monday, 13 March, 2017|Health|

London calling!

Wednesday fan Jodie Goulden has been chosen to run in the London Marathon to raise money for the Sheffield Children’s Hospital. When Jodie was 15 she was admitted to the Children’s Hospital with appendicitis, but she encountered complications which meant she may have needed surgery that could have had life changing repercussions. However, Jodie’s doctors [...]

Thursday, 9 March, 2017|Health|

Charitable Wednesdayite’s African adventure

Lifelong Wednesday fan Will Rae, 15, will be heading to Kenya for four weeks with the world renowned Camps International Organisation, who run multiple expeditions across the globe to support third world communities. On his expedition, the young Owl will be joined by other young people from around Britain who work to improve the livelihood [...]

Wednesday, 8 March, 2017|Participation|

Thanks for coming!

Hundreds of Wednesdayites visited the Owls Megastore on Thursday to meet three members of the first team squad. Daniel Pudil, Morgan Fox and Jordan Rhodes were in attendance to sign autographs and have pictures with supporters as a special half-term treat. Sheffield Wednesday retail manager, Liam Bashforth, said: “The players’ appearance in our store was [...]

Friday, 24 February, 2017|Participation|

SWFC February Soccer Camps

Sheffield Wednesday’s Soccer Camps are back in February for young Owls of all abilities. The camps, available for youngsters aged five to 14, include professional coaching with the chance to win prizes and the opportunity to progress to the Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme Development Centre. There are two camps, the first takes place at Retford [...]

Tuesday, 24 January, 2017|Participation|

Owls back blood donation

The Owls were proud to support NHS Blood and Transplant’s blood donor campaign at Monday’s Championship game against Wolves. The players donned special t-shirts before the match to show their backing for this most worthwhile of initiatives. Throughout January, NHS Blood and Transplant are asking the nation to consider that what you give could be [...]

Thursday, 5 January, 2017|Health|
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