Sheffield Wednesday are nicknamed 'The Owls' and they currently play in the Championship, the second tier of English football. The Owls wear blue and white striped home jerseys with black shorts and black socks which are manufactured by Puma and sponsored by Honda. Sheffield Wednesday have worn blue and white since their establishment in 1867 where they first had a hooped design.
Known just as The Wednesday until 1929, when then the team was officially renamed to Sheffield Wednesday, Sheff Wed play at the 39,859 capacity Hillsborough stadium in blue & white striped home shirts, black shorts & white socks. Away from home Sheffield Wednesday wear black shirts, shorts & socks.
Kit suppliers Sondico make the brave move of redesigning Sheffield Wednesday's trademark blue and white home shirt alongside releasing all-new away and third strips. Synonymous across English football for their home shirt of blue and white uniformed stripes, The Owls will now sport a modified str [...]
New Sheffield Wednesday owner Dejphon Chansiri starts strong by officially releasing the club's new badge design. Designed and developed to act as the headline feature upon the 2016-17 Sheffield Wednesday kit collection, Dejphon Chansiri has stamped his mark on the club through playing a signific [...]
Launching their new home kit back in June, Championship side Sheffield Wednesday have revealed their new away kit for the 2015-16 season. British brand Sondico have given the Owls a black away shirt which uses a unique grey gradient design on the front of the shirt for the first time in the club' [...]
Sheffield Wednesday have won the English league on four occasions and the FA Cup three times. They have had famous players such as Des Walker, Chris Woods and Chris Waddle pull on the teams kit.
Sheffield Wednesday play a heated rivalry with city rivals Sheffield United which are nicknamed 'Steel City derbies' due to the steel industry the city of Sheffield is famous for. Sheffield Wednesday have won the top English division title on four occasions in the early 20th century.