Boxing in Sheffield has been a great success & is enjoyed by many. In the 1990's, many World Champions were brought forward. These champions included Naseem Hamed, Herol 'Bomber' Graham & Paul 'Silky' Jones.
The current IBF Light Heavyweight Champion Clinton Woods & WBO Cruiserweight Johnny Nelson are also from Sheffield bringing another sense of pride to the city.
If you would like the latest information about the matches & scores then visit http://www.thestar.co.uk/sport/boxing. Here you will get the most up to date details.
The Sheffield Sharks are a professional basketball team from Sheffield & currently play in the British Basketball League. They play the home games at Sheffields very own EIS & are known as one of the most successfull basketball teams in British Basketball. The Sheffield Sharks dominted the basketball scene in the 1990s and early 2000s.
The Sheffield Sabres are an English basketball team from Sheffield & compete in the English Basketball League & just like the Sheffield Sharks they play their home matches at EIS. The Sabres have a close link with Universities & continue to encourage Juniors to play alongisde Seniors.
The City of Sheffield Arrows
The City of Sheffield Arrows or Sheffield Arrows for short are a basketball team from Sheffield who compete in the English Basketball League. The Sheffield Arrows play their home games at the EIS & their colours are Red, Blue & White. The group was created in 1998 & their Head Coach is Pete Kelly. If you would like more information then why not visit the Homepage http://www.arrowsbasketball.com/. Also if you want the latest on news about Basketball then check out http://www.thestar.co.uk/sport/basketball. This is where the latest information will be available.
Cricket is a sport enjoyed all over the globe & Sheffield has many local Cricket teams, most of which play in the South Yorkshire Cricket League. The Cricket teams include the Sheffield United Cricket Club & the Shiregreen Cricket Club.
The Sheffield United CC were formed in 1854 by many local cricket clubs who got together to actually form the 'United' club. Here is the official website for the Sheffield United Cricket Club, so if you want the most up to date information then this is the page for you. http://www.sheffieldunitedcc.co.uk/. And for the latest news from the Star, take a look at http://www.thestar.co.uk/sport/cricket
Sheffield Tigers Rugby Union Football Club
The Sheffield Tigers Rugby Union Football Club is based in Sheffield & currently play in the English League System. They were formed in 1932 & are now based in at Dore Moor in Sheffield. The Tigers have won the 1999-2000 RFU Tetley Bitter Vase, 2000-2001 Yorkshire RFU Shield, 2004-2005 RFU PowerGen Vase & in 2004-2005 Yorkshire RFU Shield. For the latest news & information visit http://www.thestar.co.uk/sport/rugby-union, & take a look at the Sheffield Tigers home page at http://www.sheffieldtigers.co.uk/.
Sheffield Eagles Rugby League Football Club
The Sheffield Eagles Rugby League Football Club are based in Sheffield & are playing in the Co-operative Championship. After leaving Dom Valley in 2009, the team started playing their home games at Bramall Lane. The team colours are Red, Gold & White & they were founded in 1984 & the Sheffield Eagles coach is Mark Aston.
If you would like more information about the Sheffield Eagles then why not visit their Homepage at
http://www.sheffieldeagles.co.uk/. Also if you want the latest on news about Rugby League then check out http://www.thestar.co.uk/sport/rugby-league. This is where the latest information will be available.