Sheffield Owls Disabled Association
SODA aims to foster a strong relationship between itself and Sheffield Wednesday Football Club to enhance the opportunities and facilities offered to disabled people.
The term-disabled people are not merely restricted to Supporters of Sheffield Wednesday but also include those who visit from other football clubs. Sheffield Owls Disabled Association as an organisation has a core ethos of inclusiveness, and has no desire to exist purely for the benefit of disabled people.
Our association also aims to include those who devote much of their lives to disabled people, helping them to actively participate in everyday life.
Membership is £5 Per member per year or £10 Per family of four. Contact Chris White (SODA Chairman) for details: Wharfedalewhite@aol.com.
Formed in 1974 The London Owls is an active supporters club for Wednesdayites living in London and the south east. The London Owls arrange travel to most games, home and away, outside the London area as well as organising many social and sporting activities throughout the year.
Contact details: Website - www.londonowls.co.uk Join by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or writing to The London Owls, PO Box 233, Borehamwood, WD6 3WA
Membership fees: Full - £10, Family - £15, U16/OAP/Students - £5
Fans group Wednesdayite are an independent body of Sheffield Wednesday supporters.
Visit their website at www.wednesdayite.com
Wise Old Owls
The 'Wise Old Owls' is Sheffield Wednesday Football Club's over 50s Luncheon Club (membership fee is only £1 each year) with around 240 members and increasing every month and, you don’t have to be a Season Ticket holder to become a member.
Meeting on the third Wednesday of the month, normally in the 1867 Lounge, doors open at 11.15am for a two-course lunch at 12.30pm.
The lunch is followed by a guest speaker or entertainer, not always connected with football. The WOOs also organise day trips, Monday to Friday holidays and occasional hospitality trips to away games and not forgetting the excellent Christmas Luncheon Party with carols and a guest entertainer.
There is also a Members' Free Cash Draw every quarter and all in all it is an excellent social gathering.
Anyone over the age of 50 who is interested in joining the 'Wise Old Owls' should contact Paul Walshaw on 0114 2306854 or secretary, Valda Waterfield on 0114 2694655.
East Midlands Owls
Wednesdayites based in the Midlands have established a new fans' group, which is now up and running and has a growing number of supporters.
The East Midlands Owls is an independent supporters' group which launched in June 2011 and aims to bring together the wider East Midlands Sheffield Wednesday fan base.
The group will be arranging home and away travel and places to meet up prior to games.
The committee consists of John Wozniak, Iain Robertson, Ed Jepson and Sam Hill, all loyal Wednesdayites.
The club is aimed at families, individuals and groups of supporters and can be contacted via their official website www.eastmidlandsowls.co.uk or by email at email@example.com
Formed in 2012 the Scottish Owls are an independent fan group for Owls north of the border. The club aims to bring together Owls fans from across Scotland and organise travel to games home and away.
Anyone is welcome to join.
New York Owls
Formed in early 2012, the New York Owls are a group of fans from all over the tri-state region (New York, New Jersey, Connecticut).
The New York Owls are made up primarily of expatriates but with a good sprinkling of born and bred Americans.
They meet up for every televised game at their home bar - The Football Factory at Legends, situated right next to the Empire State Building in Manhattan.
Anyone is welcome to join them, if you can get down to the bar for the game, even if you're just visiting the big apple, drop them a mail and they will let you know if there are any games being shown on TV.
Get more information over at the website www.newyorkowls.com
Like the New York Owls on Facebook at facebook.com/nyswfc or follow on twitter twitter.com/newyorkowls
The South Wales, South West Sheffield Wednesday Supportes group was Formed in 2011 by then, Cardiff based Wednesday fan George Eustice.
Having started with a small number of members via the Facebook group, over time the numbers have flourished.
With a large catchment area, the SWSWSWS are constantly finding new Owls fans in South Wales and the South West.
Regular lift sharing is now commonplace and we try to arrange bus trips to games during the season.
Owls fans can join in with the closely knit SWSWSWS Wednesday supporting community, to share lifts and banter along the way!
Owls fans can register at www.swswsws.co.uk to join in with the closely knit Wednesday supporting community to share lifts and banter along the way!
Connect with SWSWSWS on facebook HERE or at twitter.com/swswsws
For further details contact Founder George Eustice or Rob Stones via Facebook or Twitter.