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Watch Stoke v Owls on the giant screen at Hillsborough

30 November 2015


The Capital One Cup quarter final fixture against Stoke has completely sold out however the Owls will be beaming the game back to Hillsborough.

Fans will be able to watch on the giant LED screen on Tuesday evening from the North Stand.

The full match will be shown live at Hillsborough with multi-camera coverage and live commentary provided by our screen partners ADI.

All supporters are in the North Stand for this event, providing the best view of the screen, with tickets priced £10 for adults and £5 for juniors under 17.

All concourse kiosks will be opened on the night to provide a full range of matchday refreshments, and supporters can consume alcoholic drinks throughout the event whilst in their seats.

The Owls will also offer an upgraded ‘hospitality’ option in the 1867 Lounge.

Hospitality guests can enjoy homemade meat and potato pie, thick cut chips, peas and gravy before the game and hot sausage sandwiches at half time. 

In addition, there will be a fully stocked cash bar facility available in the 1867 Lounge through the evening, including a guest real ale.

Hospitality guests will be provided with a reserved car parking space in the South Stand (one space per two tickets).

Hospitality tickets are available for £25 adults and £20 for juniors under 17 and a limited amount of tickets remain.

Tickets can be purchased at the Sheffield Wednesday Online Shop, in person at the Owls Megastore or by telephone on 0871 900 1867. 

Supporters will also be available to purchase tickets from the turnstiles on the evening of the game but are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment.



* Turnstiles will open at 6.30pm on the night, while supporters enjoying the hospitality package can gain access to the 1867 Lounge from 6.00pm.
* The Owls Megastore will also be open until the match kicks off.
* Please note that this event is for Sheffield Wednesday supporters only.


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