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Who makes your Dream Scene?

27 February 2017


Who makes your Dream Scene?

27 February 2017

Following on from the announcement of the ‘Sheffield Wednesday Dream Scene’ we would like to give supporters some food for thought over who they may consider worthy of a place in the prestigious painting. 

Over the next week we will be releasing three lists of players you may wish to consider to be in the iconic dressing room setting, which Australian artist Jamie Cooper will bring to life. 

Thank you to everyone who has voted so far, and please keep them coming! 

What about the following?

Andrew Wilson    
Appearances: 546            

Wednesday’s all-time record appearance maker and marksman with 216 goals to his name.

Tommy Crawshaw           
Appearances: 465    
Influential league title-winning Owls captain, fans favourite and the only Wednesday player to win two cup winners medals, from the FA Cup triumphs of 1896 and 1907.

Ronnie Starling   
Appearances: 193   
The last Wednesday captain to lift the FA Cup, Starling won his only England cap whilst at Hillsborough. He also scored 30 goals for the club.

Fred Spiksley
Appearances: 321
‘The Olive Grove Flyer’, speedy winger, one of the first true Wednesday greats, scoring 115 goals, two of which came in the Owls’ 2-1 first FA Cup victory in 1896 against Wolves. 

Mark Hooper                     
Appearances: 423

One of the best wingers to ever represent the club who also scored 135 goals. Winner of two Division One titles and an FA Cup.

Martin ‘Jack’ Earp            
Appearances: 174

Captain of Wednesday’s first ever FA Cup winning team in 1896. Right full back and hugely popular with a tendency to get stuck in!

Ernest Blenkinsop           
Appearances: 424    
The most capped outfield player for England whilst at Wednesday. Fans favourite and captain, Blenkinsop won two Division One titles in 1929 and 1930.

Jack Brown                         
Appearances: 507

A hugely popular goalkeeper and one of only three players to play over 500 games for the Owls. Capped six times for England, he helped secure back to back Division One titles in 1929 and 1930. Also a 1935 FA Cup winner.  
Jack Robinson                   
Appearances: 119

One of our greatest wartime players, scoring 90 goals. Robinson posted four England caps at Wednesday. 

Ellis Rimmer                      
Appearances: 417

An out and out winger who scored a fantastic 140 goals for Wednesday. Rimmer famously notched in every round of the Owls’ 1935 FA Cup triumph. He was also part of the team that won consecutive Division One titles. 

You can suggest your top ten Owls players who you think should be included in the ‘Sheffield Wednesday Dream Scene’ by emailing

And remember, from your top ten choices, the players can be from any era and any position.

We look forward to seeing more of your suggestions!

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