Wednesday, September 28, 2016

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  • Away Travel to Huddersfield Town - Now on sale 28 September 2016

    Away Travel to Huddersfield Town - Now on sale

    Huddersfield Town v Owls,

    Sunday 16th October 2016

    Kick off 12:00pm

    Coach departs 9:30am (Barlborough 9:15am)

    Tickets on sale now

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  • Away Travel to Cardiff City 25 September 2016

    Away Travel to Cardiff City

    Cardiff City v Owls,

    Wednesday 19th October 2016

    Kick off 7:45pm

    Coach departs 12:00pm

    Tickets on sale now

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  • Car Park Permits Now only £105 14 September 2016

    Car Park Permits Now only £105

    With the first four home games gone Car park permits for the remaining 19 home game (plus any cup game 2016/17 season are now available fro only £105,

    To obtain the permit at this price please use promotional code Sept16 at checkout

    After negotiations over the past few months we first of all agreed an extention to our lease to 31 December 2016 but were then able to negotiate a lease until the end of the 2016/17 season. However the landlord is entitled to give us 3 months notice at anytime to vacate the site. It is anticipated we will get the full season in before this occurs.

    Should we be served with notice to quit, we will give permit holders at least 8 weeks notice of the date of last game they can use their permit. In these circumstances we will offer refunds of part of your annual permit fee paid as follows:-

    Disabled permit holders - £3 per 2016/17 league game still be played

    Full Permit Holders - £5 per 2016/17 league game still be be played.

    By ordering a permit for this season you agree to the above notice being given if necessary.

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  • Blog - Deadline Day 07 September 2016

    Blog - Deadline Day

    Blogger Molly Shepherd-Boden looks back at our dealings in the trensfer market over the summer
  • Wednesdayite Lounge - Opening times 2016/17 - Open For Brighton Game 03 September 2016

    Wednesdayite Lounge - Opening times 2016/17 - Open For Brighton Game

    The Wednesdayite Lounge at  Niagara Conference & Leisure,will be open for almost all League Games this season. (cup games subject to arrangements)

    Unfortunately , due to prior bookings, we cannot have the lounge for the following fixtures:

    10th September V Wigan Athletic

    24th September V Nottingham Forest

    8th April V Newcastle United

    The opening times of the  lounge will be:

    Noon until 2:45pm for all 3pm kick off's.

    6pm until 7:30pm for all 7:45pm kick off's

    10am until 12:15pm for any 12:30pm kick offs with breakfast being served

     

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  • Membership update 23 August 2016

    Membership update

    Membership

    All Membership packs for purchases on or before 28/8/2016 have now been despatched and should have been received. If you ordered on or before 28/8/16 please let us know by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have not received your membership  pack. 

    If you have not renewed yet , we urge you to do so so you have your pack for the start of the season, 2015/16 memberships expire on 31 July 2016.

    For only £10 you get an impressive members pack together with your personalised Wednesdayite membership card and membership of Wednesdayite until 31 July 2017.

    Car Park Permits

    All Car park permits purchased  have now all been despatched should have now been received please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have not received yours.  

    Disabled car park permits - These are now SOLD OUT, and no further sales on these will be made. Checks will be made in the first few games of blue badges, the photo on the blue badge MUST correspond to the member who must be either th driver or passenger in the car. Please note the bue bade and Wednesdayite permit MUST be displayed at all times whilst on the car park

    Lounge @ Niagara

    The lounge will be open for most of the games next season apart from three where prior bookings of weddings before the fixtures came out mean they cannot accomodate us. Full details to follow. The first lounge of the season will be against Aston Villa with it opeing at 1pm for the 4:30pm kick off on Sunday 7th August 

    The lounge will also be open for the Leeds United game on 20th Auggsut from 10am for the 12:30pm kick off

     

    And more...

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  • 2016-17 Car Park Permits Now Available! 22 June 2016

    2016-17 Car Park Permits Now Available!

    Car park permits for 2016/17 season are now available.

    After negotiations over the past few months we first of all agreed an extention to our lease to 31 December 2016 but were then able to negotiate a lease until the end of the 2016/17 season. However the landlord is entitled to give us 3 months notice at anytime to vacate the site. It is anticipated we will get the full season in before this occurs.

    Should we be served with notice to quit, we will give permit holders at least 8 weeks notice of the date of last game they can use their permit. In these circumstances we will offer refunds of part of your annual permit fee paid as follows:-

    Disabled permit holders - £3 per 2016/17 league game still be played

    Full Permit Holders - £5 per 2016/17 league game still be be played.

    By ordering a permit for this season you agree to the above notice being given if necessary.

    Read More
  • Accounts Published for 2015 30 March 2016

    Accounts Published for 2015

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  • 28 February 2013

    Owls Blog - SHHHHHHH T: The Glory Of Wednesday's Retro Scoreboard

    Owls BlogOwls Blog
    Owls blogger Richard Brook brings us his latest blog to Wednesdayite.com. Richard 31-year-old life-long Wednesday supporter, and amateur football writer. He lives with his wife and three Wednesday brain washed children. Like most of his generation Richard’s heroes were Hirst, Waddle and Sheridan, and as goalkeeper himself Kevin Pressman.

    "'Cult status, in football is usually reserved for a player who for all his technical deficiencies is something of a fan’s favourite. Every once in a while maybe a manager or chairman might steal the hearts of a club’s fan sufficiently to be thought of in such a way. More rarely still it might be a static fixture such as Anfield’s famous Kop or, although not connected to a club, the twin towers of the old Wembley stadium. Cult status can never truly be understood by an outsider but even so once in a while cult status can be afforded to something really bizarre.
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