The Adelphi Hotel was a pub in central Sheffield on the corner of Arundel Street and Sycamore Street, where the Crucible Theatre now stands. It is there that the Sheffield Wednesday Cricket Club was founded on Wednesday 4 September 1867 as well as the Yorkshire Cricket Club on 8 January 1863.
The Adelphi Hotel was a pub in central Sheffield on the corner of Arundel Street and Sycamore Street, where the Crucible Theatre now stands. It is there that the Sheffield Wednesday Cricket Club was founded on Wednesday 4 September 1867 as well as the Yorkshire Cricket Club on 8 January 1863.

10 lost Sheffield pubs - how many do you remember?

Sheffield usually has a booming nightlife and some of the best pubs anywhere in Yorkshire.

Wednesday, 17th June 2020, 12:10 pm
Updated Wednesday, 17th June 2020, 12:10 pm

But have you heard of these 10 long-closed boozers from the city’s past?

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