It’s 25 years to the day since Sheffield Wednesday defied the odds, as a Second Division side, by beating mighty Manchester United in the final of the Rumbelows League Cup at Wembley.
Here are some stories to help Owls fans relive that magical moment...
Sheffield Wednesday laughed all the way to Wembley and left weeping tears of joy. Here’s our Owls man at the time, Paul Thompson, with his Wembley Match Verdict, as reported in The Star the following day. CLICK HERE to read
Indisputably the better team – with a bigger heart, the greater ambition, the fiercer hunger for glory and the support of the more fanatical crowd – won the Rumbelows Cup at Wembley. Here’s Tony Pritchett’s view on Wembley glory. CLICK HERE
Picture Slideshow: It’s party time on the pitch for heroes CLICK HERE
DINK! It’s a wonderful sound that all Wednesdayites know and love. It’s the sound of victory. Owls fan Laura Jones looks back on why that win was so special. CLICK HERE
“We didn’t fear anybody. We felt we could get a result against anyone in that particular season.” Lawrie Madden on an incredible campaign. CLICK HERE
Skipper Nigel Pearson said: “It’s the greatest sporting moment of my life, and for the fans I’m sure.” Read more quotes from players and management in the immediate aftermath. CLICK HERE
Liam Hoden on how Monster Trucks upstaged Wednesday’s cup celebrations on television. CLICK HERE
Legendary Owl Roland Nilsson on his pride at the Class of ‘91. CLICK HERE
The Homecoming: Watch our video slideshow as thousands welcome home their heroes CLICK HERE