|29 Jan 22||Peterboro ||-|| Sheffield United|
|04 Feb 22||Birmingham ||-|| Sheffield United|
|09 Feb 22||Sheffield United ||-|| West Brom|
|12 Feb 22||Huddersfield Town ||-|| Sheffield United|
|15 Feb 22||Sheffield United ||-|| Hull|
|22 Jan 22||Sheffield United|| ||2 - 0|| ||Luton|
|18 Jan 22||Preston|| ||2 - 2|| ||Sheffield United|
|15 Jan 22||Derby|| ||2 - 0|| ||Sheffield United|
|09 Jan 22||Wolves|| ||3 - 0|| ||Sheffield United|
|20 Dec 21||Fulham|| ||0 - 1|| ||Sheffield United|
Sheffield United Football Club is a professional football club in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, which competes in the Championship, the second tier of English football. They formed in 1889, as an offshoot of Sheffield United Cricket Club, and are nicknamed The Blades due to Sheffield's history of steel production. They have played home games at Bramall Lane since their formation.
Sheffield United won the original Football League in 1898 and the FA Cup in 1899, 1902, 1915 and 1925. They were beaten finalists in the FA Cup in 1901 and 1936, and reached the semi-finals in 1961, 1993, 1998, 2003 and 2014. They reached the semi-finals of the League Cup in 2003 and 2015.
Sheffield United were the first club in English football to achieve promotion from the newly formed Second Division to the First Division in 1892–93. The club was also a founder member of the Premier League in the 1992–93 season, during which they scored the first ever goal of the Premier League era. Brian Deane was the scorer of the first goal in a 2–1 win at Bramall Lane, against the eventual champions, Manchester United.
Since the club's formation, they have played in tiers 1 through to 4 of the football league. They are one of only four clubs to have finished as champions of each of the top four tiers of the football league. Most of the club's history however has been spent in tier 1.
For most of the club's history they have played in red and white striped shirts with black shorts. Their closest rivals are Sheffield Wednesday, with whom they contest the Steel City derby.
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