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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Remembering 125 years of the Montagu Cup

Remembering 125 years of the Montagu Cup

Ahead of the 125th anniversary of the Montagu Cup final on Easter Monday, we spoke to some past finalists to relive their memories of playing in the Mont.

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The Rotherham 10K is back for 2022

The Rotherham 10K is back for 2022

Get out your running shoes and kick-start your training as the Rotherham 10K event is back for 2022 following a two-year hiatus owing to the pandemic. The event will take place on Sunday 15th May at 10am and will be followed at 12pm by a one-mile lap around Clifton Park...

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Pop-up Millers museum coming to New York Stadium

Pop-up Millers museum coming to New York Stadium

A new project aimed at raising the profile of Rotherham United Football Club is set to bring a pop-up museum to the club’s New York Stadium this summer.

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Call for former Montagu Cup finalists for competition’s 125th anniversary

Call for former Montagu Cup finalists for competition’s 125th anniversary

Have you ever played in a Montagu Cup final? Well, you’re needed for the team sheet! But this time you can leave your football boots and shin pads at home. Next year marks the 125th anniversary of the Montagu Cup, thought to be the oldest football competition still to be...

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Look who’s 80 – and no sign of slowing down anytime soon!

Look who’s 80 – and no sign of slowing down anytime soon!

To celebrate his 80th birthday on Wednesday 30 June, Rotherham ultra-runner, Ray Matthews, wants every schoolchild in Rotherham to run a mile with him.

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