Sheffield United

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Sheffield United Football Club is a professional soccer club that competes in the English Premier League (EPL), the top league in English soccer. Sheffield United is one of just five teams to have won all four of the top professional divisions of English soccer. Wolves, Preston North End, Burnley, and Portsmouth are the others. Sheffield United was founded in 1889 and won the original Football League title in 1898. They also won the FA Cup titles in 1899, 1902, 1915, and 1925. Since that time, the club has reached the semi-finals six times and the League Cup semi-finals two times but has yet to win either one again. The club was one of 22 members to join the EPL when it was founded in 1992 but was quickly relegated to the Championship for the 1994-1995 season. The club made it back to the EPL in 2006 for just one season before another relegation. They played in League One from 2011 to 2017 but made it back to the EPL for the 2019-2020 season. The highest EPL finish for Sheffield United is 14th place in 1992-1993. The club has yet to qualify for a UEFA tournament. Sheffield United has played its home matches at Bramall Lane in Sheffield, England, since their formation. Bramall Lane is famous for hosting the final of the world’s first soccer tournament in 1867 and the first floodlit soccer matches.

Location: Sheffield, England

Head Coach: Chris Wilder

League: EPL

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