Bramall Lane – Sheffield United FC

Bramall Lane Stadium - External View
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Address: Bramall Lane, Sheffield, S2 4SU. Telephone: 0114 253 7200

Sheffield United Football Club
Year Founded1889
NicknamesThe Lane
Club MascotCaptain Blade
Rival ClubsSheffield Wednesday, Leeds United
Average Attendance25,000
Record Attendance68,287 Vs Arsenal in Feb 1936
Pitch Size102 x 66 meters

Sheffield United at Bramall Lane
Clubs UsingSheffield United
Away Capacity2,000-2,500
Biggest Win10-0 (vs Burnley, 19 Jan 1929)
Record GoalscorerHarry Johnson (201 goals)
Record AppearancesJoe Shaw (631 appearances)
OwnerPrince Abdullah bin Musa’ad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Main SponsorErreá
Shirt SponsorRandox Health

Bramall Lane Seating Plan

Bramall Lane Seating Plan / Stadium Map

John Street Family Stand: Covered, and largest stand holding around 10,000 seats with accessible seats and a good range of food and drink options inside the stand. Family Corner: An area within the John Street Stand offering good views of the pitch from a diagonal viewpoint.

Shoreham Street Kop Stand: Is a covered area stand with roughly 7,500 seats and designated spaces for wheelchair users. A variety of concession and catering stands can be found in the Kop stand.

Cherry Street South Stand: A covered stand holding approximately 6,000 seats with food and beverage facilities in the main concourse. Completed in 2019 it offers some interesting murals celebrating Sheffield’s past and is for home fans. Also known as The Tony Currie Stand.

Bramall Lane Upper & Lower Stand: The lower stand is typically where you will find away fans with capacity around 2,500 but can house up to 3,000 fans if needed, or for particularly high demand games the Upper stand can also be used to housed away fans.

Bramall Lane Corner: Capacity varies based on games / demand but this area is covered and offers the same food outlets as you can find in other parts of the ground. Offering diagonal views of the pitch.

Sheffield United Ticket Prices & Where to Buy

How to Buy Sheffield United Tickets:

The best way to guarantee you get tickets for Sheffield United games is to purchase a membership package. This not only makes it easier for you to book and collect tickets but will also give you priority on home and away tickets for those games when demand is high. You will also recieve a small discount on every ticket you purchase as a member. Memberships start at £26 for juniors to £46 for adults.

Sheffield United Ticket Prices 23/24 Season:

TypeAdultOver 60Young AdultJunior
Season Ticket£418.50 – £473.50£306 – £336£235£114.25 – £123.25

Getting to Bramall Lane

Car Parking: Approaching from the North on the M1 take Junction 34 and follow A6109 (Meadowhall Road) until it merges with Savile Street and then take the next left to join the A61 south before taking the first left at the next roundabout to turn onto Bramall Lane.

From the South on the M1 take junction 33 on to the A630 / Sheffield Parkway until it joins the A61. Follow the A61 south and take the right turn at DFS on to St Mary’s Road and then take the first exit at the next roundabout to join Bramall Lane.

Parking at the stadium is limited but there are alternatives just a short walk from the ground.

Furnival Gate is 10 minute walk away whilst there are smaller pay and disaply car parks on Matchday at the following locations: Atkinsons, Charter Row, Sheffield, S1 4HR
Eyre Street, Sheffield, S1 4QW
Furnival Gate, Matilda Way, Sheffield, S1 4QJ
Rockingham Way, Sheffield, S1 4JD
Sidney Street, Sheffield, S1 4EG

Train: Bramall Lane is one mile from Sheffield Railway Station and takes only a few minutes to walk.

Bus: There are loads of options from various parts of the city.

Take the 47 or 48 bus from Sheffield Interchange to Shoreham Street. Alternatively, if you are coming from Arundel Gate take buses number 33,43,44 or 44a to Bramall Lane. The 252 Will also get you to Bramall Lane. From the High Street hop on buses 20, 20a, 25, 25a, 75, 76, 97 or 98 to get to John Street.

Hotels & Bars Near Bramall Lane

Pubs & Bars Near Bramall Lane:

Sheaf Pub: Just south of the Stadium down Bramall Lane and a great atmosphere on match days

The Cricketers Arms: Opposite the ground’s Bramall Lane Stand. Great place for fans to drink ahead of the game.

Railway Hotel: 184 Bramall Ln, Highfield, Sheffield S2 4RF, good selection of drinks and closer to the ground than the Sheaf sitting opposite the junction with Cherry Street and Bramall Lane

Hotels Near Bramall Lane

With the ground being so close to the city centre you will not struggle for choices. The closest budget offerings are:

Premier Inn. Young St, Broomhall, Sheffield S1 4UP Tel: 0333 321 8469

ibis Budget. Velocity Tower, 10A St Mary’s Gate, Broomhall, Sheffield S1 4LR Tel: 0114 350 4050

Bramall Lane Stadium Facilities

Food Prices

Bramall Lane is a cashless stadium and accepts all major cards except AMEX. There is pies, hotdogs, sausages rolls, soft drinks, hot drinks and acholic and low alcohol beverages.

Some of the food deals include:

Pie and a pint – £7.00

Family Meal Deal – £12.50 (John Street Stand)

Kids Meal Deal – £5.00 (John Street Stand).

Chip Butty- £4.50

Sausage Rolls – £4.00


A good range of facilities are on offer for various budgets from private boxes to relaxing lounges.

Private boxes include:

8-10 guests, padded seats on viewing balcony, complimentary programme and official team sheets, dedicated waiting staff, pay bar, complimentary tea and coffee, car parking, range of dining options. Prices start at £250+VAT per person and have a smart casual dress code.


A range to suit styles and budgets with all offering a variety of combinations of food, drink and commemorative memorabilia. Prices for adults start at £110+VAT for Bronze Grade Legends of the Lane package and rise to £350+VAT for Gold Plus Grade hospitality in the Directors 1889 box. All Lounges have dress codes that must be followed.


Tours take around 90 minutes and the club welcomes you to use cameras as you make your way around.

Beginning in the Legends of the Lane Museum fans will be treated to some fantastic club history before getting behind the scenes look at; Players Entrance, Dressing Rooms, Players Tunnel, Dug Outs, Technical Areas, Directors Box, Press Lounge.

Bramall Lane History

Originally built as a cricket ground, Bramall Lane has a proud history of firsts in England. Not only did Bramall Lane host the most significant matches in the city of Sheffield during the 19th century it also hosted the final of the Youdan Cup in 1867 which was the first football tournament in the world (pre-dating the FA Cup by 4 years).

Bramall Lane hosted the first ever floodlight match and many games between Sheffield and London Football Associations paving the way for the unification of their respective rules it was also used by Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield F.C. but has been the home of Sheffield United since the club was established in 1889 and is the oldest major stadium in the world still home to a professional football team.

The only other ground in England that has hosted both Cricket and Football is The Oval. Bramall Lane has also hosted Rugby League games for the Sheffield Eagles, whilst also hosting a range of cultural events.

Football History

The first football match held at Bramall Lane was on 29th December 1862 between Sheffield and Hallam but it wasn’t until the FA Cup semi-final between Preston North End and West Bromwich Albion in March 1889 that it was decided Bramall Lane needed its own team. Sheffield United was born, taking their name from the cricket team that had also used the ground.

New stands were constructed in the late 19th century, with roofs being added in 1911 to the Bramall Lane End and in 1935 to the Kop. There was significant during The Blitz in World War 2 and more damage during a large gale storm in 1962 that saw a floodlight collapse.

The ground went through a series of modernisations in the 1990’s including seat installation in standing areas and pylon-less floodlights. The early 2000’s saw new corner stands added and a hotel built between the South Stand and Bramall Lane End.