Twelve 'favourite' photos shared by Sheffield Wednesday fans

We love posting pictures taken by our photographers of fans watching Wednesday but now we’ve asked you to share with us your favourite photo of you cheering on your beloved Owls.

Thursday, 4th February 2021, 5:00 pm
Twelve favourite photos shared by Sheffield Wednesday fans.

Click through our gallery to see a selection of photos Wednesdayites have shared on our Twitter and Facebook pages of them cheering on the blue and white wizards, be it at the pub or a game.

Can you spot anyone you know – or maybe yourself?

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James Stenton shared this photo on Twitter.

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North Yorkshire Owls shared this photo on Twitter of 'North Yorkshire Owls youth' at Chelsea 'a few years ago'.
Steve Clay on Twitter wrote: "My youngest son's first game with @iamjennyclay."
Terry Steel on Twitter writes poignantly: "Reliving the past. My brother and I used to take my daughter to the games in the late 70s. Unfortunately, he was terminally ill here but we managed it one last time."
Ben Cottam shared this photo on our Twitter page.
Andy Bird shared this photos on our Twitter page and wrote: "With my dad, my son, my brother and my niece #happydays #wawaw @swfc."
Travis Pinder writes on Twitter: "My four-year-old at the front of the South Stand in January 2019."
Dale Hirst posted this photo on Twitter of his daughter's first Wednesday game.
Laura McCarthy tweeted: "The last time I went - and took my old man xxx."
Rachael, aka @superowl10 on Twitter, writes: "Great day at Wembley with my brother and dad, shame about the result."
Tom Wales on Twitter says: "Me, the brother and old man at Wembley together."
Jon Godwin shared this image on our Twitter page.