Aden Steelers FC are putting up TWO Sheffield United Premier League season one shirts for auction to support fundraising of their grassroots football club and for the Hallam FM Cash For Kids sports challenge. The [Read more]
Story by Patrick Moran Not only does Christian Vernon work with young people at risk of exclusion from school, he also volunteers his time to run a football team for young people at the weekends. [Read more]
Story by Yasar Mohamed Mohamed Ali and I are members of Burngreave FC. We attended the November full council meeting to present our petition which had 662 signatures. It was the first time we had [Read more]
Story and photo by Saleh Alnoud Aden Steelers football club rounded off a successful season with their awards night, held at Firth Park School on June 19th. Presentations were made to over 120 kids aged [Read more]
In our last issue we covered the efforts by Sheffield Wednesday supporters to raise money for a headstone to the clubs first ‘superfan’ who passed away in 1933 and is buried in Wardsend Cemetery. We [Read more]
Story by Gamal Abdulla | Photo by Anise Ahmed Aden Steelers U12 played the Sheffield United U12 at Greasborough Junior club in a tense final last Sunday (April 22nd). Manager Anise Ahmed worked hard over [Read more]
Photos by Anise Ahmed Congratulations to Aden Steelers who held their nerve to win their cup final today, with a 4-3 victory on penalties over Sheffield United Girls RTC. Hero of the day was Ameen [Read more]
Story and photo by Anise Ahmed As we go to print, local team Aden Steelers Under-12s are preparing to play in their biggest game of the year, the Sheffield & District Junior League U12 Demitasse [Read more]
Story and photos by Fran Belbin A new football project is more than reaching its goals. Local resident Sahra Abdi has put the project together with funding from the Police and Crime Commissioner. It is [Read more]
Story by Kevin Stapleton | Photo courtesy of Sheffield Wednesday FC Sheffield Wednesday historian, Jason Dickinson, and a host of other keen Wednesday fans have launched a crowdfunding campaign for one of the clubs biggest [Read more]
William Henry Foulke was the most famous of goalkeepers at the turn of the 20th Century and is buried in Burngreave Cemetery. He was born in Darley, Shropshire and seemed doomed to a life in the coal mines, but his height coupled with his vocation for sport – cricket and football – changed his fate. [Read more]
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