Your ultimate guide to watching Sheffield United at 'home' in the Premier League
Sheffield United will resume the Premier League season behind closed doors - but that doesn’t mean the club’s loyal supporters should miss out.
While supporters may have to become accustomed to cheering on Chris Wilder’s side from their living room rather than Bramall Lane, a regular stream of top flight football will mean they are never short of their football fix.
But how should Blades fans follow the games from home? We’ve put together some handy hints and tips to get the most from watching the top flight at home:
Make sure your calendar is up to date
The fixtures are going to come thick and fast once the Premier League season restarts - so make sure your calendar is up to date.
Whether it’s in a diary or on your mobile phone, make sure you keep a record of when United are playing.
And take note of those kick-off times too, as there’s some unusual ones!
Here’s a full list of the Blades’ fixtures:
Aston Villa (A) – Wednesday, June 17 (6pm) – Live on Sky Sports
Newcastle United (A) Sunday, June 21 (2pm) – Live on Sky Sports
Manchester United (A) Wednesday, June 24 (6pm) – Live on Sky Sports
(FA Cup) Arsenal (H) Sunday, June 28 (1pm) – Live on BT Sport
Tottenham Hotspur (H) Thursday, July 2 (6pm) – Live on Sky Sports
Burnley (A) Saturday, July 4 (3pm)
Wolves (H) Wednesday, July 8 (8pm)
Chelsea (H) Saturday, July 11 (8pm)
Leicester City (A) Wednesday, July 15 (8pm)
Everton (H) Saturday, July 18 (3pm)
Southampton (A) Sunday, July 26 (3pm)
Check those channel numbers
Free-to-view channel Sky Pick will be showing a number of matches.
It can be found on channel number 159 on Sky.
It is channel number 11 on Freeview.
Get social ready
Make sure you are following:
- Our football clubs editor @HoltChris
- The Star’s official Blades account @TheStarBlades
- Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook too: Sheffield United - The Star
- And keep checking The Star’s website for all your latest Blades news
Share your support with us
Remember to share your pictures and videos of you and your family and friends watching the game at home.
Whether it’s you going absolutely nuts in your front living room at a last-minute winner or singing the Greasy Chip Butty song, we want to hear from you!
We’ll also be running a live matchday blog as well as the usual reaction, comment and analysis.
We can’t wait!