The Blades have named one of their stands after the city's golden girl Jessica Ennis.
Gold medal-winning heptathlete Jess Ennis had a treat in store today as she returned to the city an Olympic hero.
Jessica Ennis dominated the Olympic women's Heptathlon. Here we map out her event in pictures.
Jessica Ennis has been named the 'European Athlete of the year' by UK Athletics. It follows the Sheffield Heptathlete's gold at the Olympics in London.
It is the Olympics Victory parade today - and many of our region's athletes are taking part. Among the 700 sporting heroes will be Sheffield's gold medallist Jessica Ennis. The parade through central London honours all the achievements of Team GB in the Olympics and Paralympics.
Sheffield United have renamed one of their stands after the city's Olympic golden girl, Jessica Ennis.
The Blades have renamed the Bramall Lane stand 'The Jessica Ennis Stand'.
Jess' family are Blades fans and her sister Carmel will be at this Saturday's game.
Olympic hero Jessica Ennis is being immortalised on the cover of The Beano as "Ennis the Menace". The heptathlon gold medal winner is the star of a special edition of the comic celebrating the success of British athletes at London 2012. Ennis is featured taking part in the "Menace Heptathlon".
- The special edition is in shops tomorrow.
Olympic golden girl Jessica Ennis will unveil her new plaque on Sheffield's Hollywood-style Walk of Fame when she returns to her home city. The 26-year-old heptathlon gold medallist, 26, will be honoured at a civic reception in Barkers Pool in the city centre.
She will reveal the tribute, which will have been given a golden hue, on an outdoor stage before it is set into the pavement. Ennis's name was initially added to the walk - which resembles the famous Walk of Fame tourist attraction on Hollywood Boulevard - last year.
It sits alongside those of other Sheffield stars including actor Sean Bean, singer Joe Cocker and athlete-turned Games organiser Sebastian Coe.
Crowds have been asked to wear gold, nearby trees and lamp posts will be draped in the same colour and Sheffield Lord Mayor Councillor John Campbell will officially welcome the Olympian home.
There has been a lot of talk about how to honour Sheffield's Jess Ennis since she won her Olympic title - even renaming roads and parks in the city have been suggested.
But one South Yorkshire couple are thinking a little smaller as they pay tribute. Lego fanatics Caroline and Nick Savage wanted to honour Jess in the only way they know how.
You can't buy Jess, as her figure is custom made with hours of work going into each one.