The Blades have named one of their stands after the city's golden girl Jessica Ennis.
The Leeds United shirt worn by Gordon Strachan in the FA Premier League's first season is part of a collection going under the hammer.
Two people hurt in a shootout after armed robbers invaded the Athens home of a former player at Sheffield United.
The Football League has announced six special league fixtures to be played on the opening weekend of next season to mark its 125th anniversary. The matches - two in each division - will feature some of the founder members of the world's first league football competition.
One of the games involves Sheffield United. They'll play the oldest Football League club, Notts County, at Bramall Lane - the world's oldest professional football ground. The full 2013/14 fixture list will be published tomorrow.
David Weir has been officially unveiled as Sheffield United's new manager. The 43 year old former Everton and Rangers defender has signed a three year contract. Although he has no managerial experience, Weir - who won 69 Scotland caps - has recently been on David Moyes' coaching staff at Everton.
He's been speaking to Calendar's Sports Correspondent John Shires about the task ahead, and told him it was an easy decision to move to Bramall Lane.
David Weir has been unveiled as Sheffield United's new manager this afternoon. The 43 year old former Scottish international defender's job is to do what Danny Wilson failed to do for the last two seasons - get the Blades out of League One.
John Shires reports from Bramall Lane.
Sheffield United have appointed former Scotland International David Weir as their new manager.
Detectives investigating football violence between Leeds United and Sheffield United supporters are re-appealing to trace the final three men that remain unidentified following disorder in Spencer's public house on Mill Hill, Leeds.
The three remaining men are all believed to be Sheffield United supporters, who clashed with Leeds fans in Leeds on Saturday, 8 December, last year.
Violence flared in the city centre pub around 8pm with windows being smashed and several people being injured, including the landlord.
Following previous media appeals 11 men, including both Leeds United and Sheffield United supporters, were identified from CCTV pictures and have now been interviewed in relation to the violence.
Detective Inspector Mark Waine, from Holbeck CID, said: "I would ask people to look at the CCTV images and get in touch if they recognise the men.
"This was an unprovoked and violent incident that would have been extremely frightening for those working and relaxing inside the bar at the time.
"Football related violence, be it inside or outside a football stadium, is something we will not tolerate. Through our dedicated Football Intelligence Unit we work hard to prevent this type of crime and will always pursue, with the full weight of the law, anyone involved in this type of violence.
"Anyone recognising the men is asked to contact DC 209 Andrew Smurthwaite or DC 2907 Michael Wimbles at Holbeck CID on: 0113 2414732 or by calling Crimestoppers, anonymously and in confidence, on: 0800 555 111."
Sheffield United are just 90 minutes away from Wembley. They are taking a one goal advantage into the second leg of their League One play-off semi final which kicks off shortly.
Blades academy product Kyle McFadzean scored the only goal of the game just after half time. It means they only need a draw in their second leg at Yeovil this afternoon to reach the final at Wembley.
Sheffield United took a step towards reaching the League 1 play-off final at Wembley with a 1 nil win over Yeovil at Bramall Lane.
Blades academy product Kyle McFadzean scored the only goal of the game just after half time. It means they only need a draw in their second leg at Yeovil on Monday to reach the final.
Sheffield United caretaker manager Chris Morgan gives his thoughts on Friday night's play-off semi final first leg against Yeovil Town at Bramall Lane.