Watch football for a Steel

Watch football for a Steel

As the 2022/23 football season kicks off, Stocksbridge Park Steels FC are hoping to fortify their position as South Yorkshire’s highest ranking non-league football team. Football is the national sport of our country, but the heart of the beautiful game exists beyond the 92 clubs in the EFL and Premier...

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Penistone judoka selected for Commonwealth Games

Penistone judoka selected for Commonwealth Games

Penistone’s Lachlan Moorhead has been chosen to represent his country at this year’s Commonwealth Games in Birmingham as one of 14 athletes that will make up the home nation’s Judo team. And he is looking to add a gold to his already expanding medal collection which includes bronze medals at...

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Get the WEURO ball rolling in Rotherham

Get the WEURO ball rolling in Rotherham

This July, all eyes will be on Rotherham as it becomes one of nine host cities delivering a record-breaking UEFA Women’s European Championship. The best female players in Europe will join football fans from across the globe at Rotherham’s New York Stadium for three group games and a quarter final....

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Grassroots to Glory: the history of women’s football in Rotherham

Grassroots to Glory: the history of women’s football in Rotherham

Football fever is set to hit Rotherham this July as the town becomes one of the host venues for this year’s UEFA Women’s EURO tournament. To celebrate the occasion, a new temporary exhibition is on at Clifton Park Museum detailing the history of women’s football through the years. Grassroots to...

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Get back in the game with Rotherham u3a

Get back in the game with Rotherham u3a

Calling all sports fans somewhat past their prime. Thought your playing days were over? Well, get your boots out of retirement as Rotherham u3a has two new opportunities for you to continue playing the sports you once loved. Following the great success of their walking cricket team which launched in...

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His brother’s keeper: remembering George and Ted Robledo

His brother’s keeper: remembering George and Ted Robledo

The football league’s history is littered with siblings, from the Charltons to the Nevilles and the Toures. But a footballing family whose careers constantly mirrored each other’s is the Robledos. The Robledo story is that of unity. While not always both in the starting XI, brothers George and Ted played...

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Kick off the journey to UEFA Women’s EURO at Clifton Park

Kick off the journey to UEFA Women’s EURO at Clifton Park

Ahead of the Women’s EURO 2022 tournament which comes to Rotherham in July, enjoy a festival of football, music and entertainment at the free national roadshow event in Clifton Park. The unmissable event takes place on Sunday 22nd May, offering visitors a range of special interactive challenges. Get an introduction...

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Sheffield Hatters: Running rings around the competition for over 60 years

Sheffield Hatters: Running rings around the competition for over 60 years

The Sheffield Hatters was the first women’s basketball team in the UK, started by former PE teacher Betty Codona in 1961.

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Play your way with Sheffield FA Women’s Recreational Football

Play your way with Sheffield FA Women’s Recreational Football

With more women than ever playing football, the Sheffield and Hallamshire County FA is hoping to double the number of female players to 10,000 by 2024 by through enjoyable recreational football opportunities.

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Barnsley Serves the World: history of the former Slazenger Factory

Barnsley Serves the World: history of the former Slazenger Factory

This April, Experience Barnsley is unveiling a new exhibition, Barnsley Serves the World, dedicated to the former staff at Barnsley’s Slazenger factory.

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