List of Sheffield United F.C. records and statistics

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This article lists honours and records associated with Sheffield United F.C..

Honours[edit]

Captain George Utley leads Sheffield United out for the 1915 FA Cup final.
Champions: 1897–98
Runners up: 1896-97, 1899–1900
Champions: 1952–53
Runners-up: 1892–93, 1938–39, 1960–61, 1970–71, 1989–90, 2005–06 (as The Championship)
Champions: 2016-17 as (League One)
Runners-up: 1988-89
Champions: 1981–82
Champions: 1945–46
Winners: 1899, 1902, 1915, 1925
Runners-up: 1901, 1936

Records[edit]

League[edit]

  • Record League Win: 10–0 away v Port Vale, Division Two, 10 December 1892 and 10–0 home v Burnley, Division One,[1]
  • Record League Defeat: 3–10 away v Middlesbrough, Division One, 18 November 1933[1]
  • Most League Points in a Season (2 points for a win): 60 in Division Two, 1952–53[1]
  • Most League Points in a Season (3 points for a win): 100 in League One, 2016-17[2]
  • Most League Goals: 102 in Division One, 1925–26[1]
  • Most League Wins in a Season (46 games): 30 in League One, 2016-17[2]
  • Most League Wins in a Season (42 games): 26 in Division Two, 1960-61[1]
  • Highest Percentage of League Wins in a Season: 72.7% (16 wins from 22 games) in Division Two,1892-93[2]
  • Most Home League Wins in a Season (46 games): 17 in League One, 2016-17[2]
  • Most Home League Wins in a Season (42 games): 16 in Division Two, 1936-37, 1958-59, 1960-61 & 1969-70[2]
  • Highest Percentage of Home League Wins in a Season: 90.9% (10 wins from 11 games) in Division Two,1892-93[2]
  • Most Away League Wins in a Season (46 games): 13 in League One, 2016-17[2]
  • Highest Percentage of Away League Wins in a Season: 56.5% in (13 wins from 23 games) in League One, 2016-17[2]
  • Most Home League Goals in a Season (46 games): 57 in Division Three, 1988-89[1]
  • Most Away League Goals in a Season (46 games): 50 in League One, 2016-17
  • Highest Percentage of League Doubles in a Season: 47.8% in (11 doubles from 23 opponents) in League One, 2016-17[2]
  • Successive League Wins: 8 in 1892–93; 1903–04; 1945–46; 1957–58; 1960–61[1] & 2005–06[3]
  • Successive Home League Wins: 11 in Division Two, 1960–61[1]
  • Successive Away League Wins: 6 in Division Two, 1892–93[1]
  • Successive League Games Without Defeat: 22 in Division One, 1899–1900[1]
  • Successive Home League Games Without Defeat: 20 in Division Two, 1936–37[1]
  • Successive Away League Games Without Defeat: 15 in The Championship, 2008–09[3]
  • Successive League Defeats: 7 in Division One, 1975–76[1]
  • Successive Home League Defeats: 4 in Division One, 1954–55 & 1964–65[1] & 5 spanning two seasons in Division One, 1908 (28 March – 19 September)
  • Successive Away League Defeats: 12 in Division One, 1898–99[1]
  • Successive League Games Without Victory: 19 in Division One, 1975–76[1]
  • Successive Home League Games Without Victory: 9 in Division One, 1975–76[1]
  • Successive Away League Games Without Victory: 18 in Division One, 1975–76[1]

Cup[edit]

  • Record Cup Win: 6–0 home v Leyton Orient F.C., FA Cup 1st Round, 6 November 2016.
  • Record Cup Defeat: 0–13 home v Bolton Wanderers, FA Cup 2nd Round, 1 February 1890[1]

Team[edit]

  • Highest number of players to score a goal in a single season 19 in 2008–09 league season plus 1 in cup competitions.

Players[edit]

Misc[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u Clareborough, Denis (1989). Sheffield United Foorball Club; The First Hundred Years. Sheffield United Football Club. p. 267. ISBN 0 9508588 1 1. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i Kirkham, Andrew (30 April 2017). "Up the Champions". The Official Matchday Programme of Sheffield United F.C. Souvenir Special. v Chesterfield. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Clareborough, Denis; Kirkham, Andrew (2012). Sheffield United: The Complete Record. The Derby Books Publishing Company. p. 506. ISBN 978-1-78091-019-2. 
  4. ^ Kirkham, Andrew (22 November 2016). "UTB v Bury". The Official Matchday Programme of Sheffield United: 82. 
  5. ^ http://www.11v11.com/teams/sheffield-united/tab/stats/option/youngest/
  6. ^ a b Kirkham, Andrew (19 November 2016). "UTB v Shrewsbury Town". The Official Matchday Programme of Sheffield United: 9. 
  7. ^ a b c d "United Records". Sheffield United F.C. 18 October 2010. Retrieved 3 February 2011. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h Kirkham, Andrew (29 November 2016). "UTB v Walsall". The Official Matchday Programme of Sheffield United: 82.