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Club information: Sheffield Wednesday

Club information: Sheffield Wednesday
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Club information page for Sheffield Wednesday Football Club.

Full name: Sheffield Wednesday Football Club

Nicknames: The Owls

Founded: September 4, 1867 (as The Wednesday)

Owners: Dejphon Chansiri

Stadium (capacity): Hillsborough (39,732)

Most appearances: Andrew Wilson (546)

Most league appearances: Andrew Wilson (501)

Most goals: Andrew Wilson (216)

Most league goals: Andrew Wilson (199)

Oldest player: Jerry Jackson (46 years vs. Port Vale, August 27 1923)

Youngest player: Peter Fox (15 years 269 days vs. Leyton Orient, March 31 1973)

Biggest win: 12-0 vs. Halliwell (FA Cup, January 17 1891)

Biggest league win: 9-1 vs. Birmingham City (Division One, December 13 1930)

Biggest defeat: 0-10 vs. Aston Villa (Division One, October 5 1912)

Highest transfer fee paid: £10m - Jordan Rhodes from Middlesbrough (July 1, 2017)

Highest transfer fee received: £5m - Lucas Joao to Reading (August 6, 2019)



Honours

First Division/Premier League (4): 1902–03, 1903–04, 1928–29, 1929–30

Second Division/Championship (5): 1899–1900, 1925–26, 1951–52, 1955–56, 1958–59

Football Alliance (1): 1889–90

FA Cup (3): 1896, 1907, 1935

League Cup (1): 1990-91

Community Shield/Charity Shield (1): 1935

Sheriff of London Charity Shield (1): 1905

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Monday's key events


ATHLETICS
· There are no Brits in the women's 100m hurdles final, but Puerto Rico's Jasmine Camacho-Quinn, fresh from breaking the Olympic record in the semis, will hope to pip world record holder Kendra Harrison to gold (3.50am)
· The women's 5000m final also has no Team GB representation, but two-time world champion Hellen Obiri of Kenya will be looking to add an Olympic gold to her list of honours (1.40pm)

SAILING
· The women's skiff 49er FX (6.33am) and men's skiff 49er (7.33am) come to their conclusion, with Team GB involved in both medal races

FOOTBALL
· A place in the women's gold medal match is up for grabs, starting with an all-North American semi-final between United States and Canada (9am)
· Australia, who edged past Team GB's in a seven-goal quarter-final thriller, take on Sweden in the second semi-final (12pm)

CYCLING
· The track cycling schedule gets underway, with Team GB holding a particular interest in the team pursuit qualifying. Laura Kenny is part of the women's team (7.54am), while the men's team includes Ed Clancy (9.02am)

ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS
· The Gadirova twins Jessica and Jennifer will both take part in the women's floor final as they look to add to their team bronze (9.57am)

WEIGHTLIFTING
· Newly-crowned European champion Emily Campbell flies the flag for Great Britain in the women's +87kg, but faces stiff competition for medals from China's Li Wenwen and New Zealand's Laurel Hubbard (11.50am)

HOCKEY
· The women's hockey quarter-finals begin, with Team GB last up against Spain (1pm)

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