Wembley, goals against Sheffield United and Big Ron's return - 22 Sheffield Wednesday photos from every year in the 1990s

From Wembley to Big Ron’s return, we take a look back at pictures from every year in the 1990s.

Thursday, 5th November 2020, 5:27 pm
Owla photos from the 90s.

Take a look through our gallery as we look back on a decade of mixed emotions and real highs and lows for the Owls.

David Hirst fends off a challenge from Manchester United's Gary Pallister in March 1990.
Distraught Wednesday fans struggle to come to terms with their side's relegation from the top flight in May 1990.

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Wednesday fans at Wembley for the Rumbelows Cup final against Manchester United in April 1991.
Wednesday supporters celebrate their Rumbelows Cup success in April 1991.
Trevor Francis is appointed manager in June 1991.
Dave Richards and Ron Atkinson celebrate Wednesday's Rumbelows Cup win in April 1991.
Wednesday fans at Wembley in 1991.
Carlton Palmer and John Sheridan celebrate their side's Rumbelows Cup win in April 1991.
Wednesday fans on Wembley Way in April 1991.
The Wednesday squad celebrates their third place finish in the First Division and a spot in the UEFA Cup in May 1992.
David Hirst scores for Wednesday at Bramall Lane in November 1992.
Wednesday's triumphant team celebrate after beating the Blades in the all-Sheffield FA Cup semi-final at Wembley in April 1993.
Chris Waddle celebrates after scoring in the FA Cup final replay against Arsenal at Wembley in May 1993.
Guy Whittingham and Trevor Francis get into the festive spirit in December 1994.
Peter Atherton does battle with Newcastle United striker Andy Cole in October 1994.
Chris Bart-Williams sees his penalty saved by Wolves' Paul Jones in January 1995.
A view from Catch Bar Lane to the rear of the South Stand with the new bridge over the river in January 1996
Northern Ireland's Jim Magilton after signing for Wednesday in 1997.
Ron Atkinson returns for a second spell as Wednesday manager in November 1997.
You'll never beat Des Walker . . . The legendary defender in action for Wednesday against Watford in January 1998.
The infamous Paulo Di Canio referee push against Arsenal in September 1998.
A young Sheffield Wednesday fan at Hillsborough in 1999.