Banner Raising Celebration Evening vs Manchester Storm

14th June 2017

The Sheffield Steelers will raise the 2017 Play Off Championship Banner into the Sheffield Arena rafters in a special celebration and retro night on Saturday 26th August.

Manchester Storm will be the opponents for the first game of the season inside the Sheffield Arena. To help with the celebrations the club are turning back the clock to 1991 and offering all supporters a £5 admission ticket to the game and banner raising ceremony. The Steelers side will also be wearing special Retro Steelers Shirts, all 22 of them will be raffled off during the night. The shirts will be presented after the game to the winners by they players inside our sponsors lounge. Club owner Tony Smith has also confirmed that the nights eventual 50-50 prize will be increased with the club donating an additional £2,500 (two thousand, five hundred pounds) to the final prize. Tickets for the exhibition game against Manchester Storm, the banner raising celebrations plus a whole lot more are now on sale at just £5.00 SCCI Members can avoid booking fees and book tickets directly through or 0114 242 3535. £5 ticket Steelers Championship Banner Raising Night Huge 50-50 prize with the Steelers donating £2,500 on top of the eventual prize 22 Game Worn Shirt raffle Steelers Back Home inside the Sheffield Arena The Sheffield Steelers #steelersbetterlive

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