The Sheffield Steelers are back in action this Sunday at the Fly DSA (Sheffield) Arena.
The Arena has been the home to the Steelers since their inception back in 1991 – we call the building the “House of Steel” for obvious reasons.
It’s challenge cup action between the Steelers and Nottingham Panthers
Face-Off 4pm – Doors Open 3pm
Box Office Open from Midday for in-person purchases and collections.
The Arena Post Code is S9 2DF – if you need directions from your house – Click HERE and scroll down a little, enter your postcode and directions will be there in a matter of seconds.
Parking: You can pre-pay your parking and guarantee yourself a space in the Arena car park – More details HERE
Buying Your Ticket:
Kids: £7.50 / Concessions £15 / Adults £19.50 (inc booking fee’s)
Telephone 0114 256 5656 or click HERE to buy on line.
Arrive Early if Possible
Doors open an hour before face-off at Steelers games – that’s 3pm this Sunday for the 4pm game time.
Your ticket gains you entrance into the building at any of the first floor entrances.
Welcome to the ARENA – You will love it in here with us.
Inside the Arena
Food and Drink at the Arena.
Click HERE for more information of the food and drink stands at the Arena.
Visit our online Shop HERE or see you at the Arena Store.
The Steelers Shop will be open from the moment doors open – thats 3.00pm on Sunday.
Lots of merchandise will be available at all price levels – including the new Steelers replica shirts.
Match Night Programmes – Just £3.00
With so many new players you need a match night programme and there isn’t a better one any where in the Elite Ice Hockey League than the Steelers. 54 pages of full colour action photos and information.
We have programme sellers located around the Arena – look out for them upon your arrival – hopefully they will find you.
Face-off is at 4.00pm
But the show starts just before – look to the BIG screen.
Face-off (Kick-Off if it’s your first game with us) is at 4pm but before that the lights go down and the big screen gets you stamping your feet and clapping your hands – the Steelers are about to arrive on the ice.
The Game – It’s a Game of 3 Periods (thirds)
Three periods of play with a 15-minute break in between each period.
Each period is 20 minutes long (of actual playing time) the big screen clock will show you how long is left.
50-50 Draw Tickets – Price just £1 per ticket.
Tickets Just £1
You will hear reference to the 50-50 draw all night. When you arrive at the arena we will have sellers out and about – don’t worry you will hear them!
The more tickets you buy the bigger the prize. At the end of the night we count the tickets up, half the money taken is your prize.
So if we sell 2000 tickets the cash prize you walk home with is £1000
Tickets are on sale before the game and in the two-period breaks. The draw takes place live on the big screen 5 minutes into the 3rd period. If you win a player will present you your cash on the ice at the end of the game
Shirt Off Your Back Raffle
Shirt Raffle Tickets are just £1 each
If your ticket is the lucky winner then you select the player shirt you want presented to you.
Our sellers will be out and about selling before the game and in the two period breaks.
This presentation takes place on the ice at the end of the game – you get to go home with a game worn shirt – WARNING – it will stink but you will love it.
Tickets for Chuck-A-Puck Just £1 each.
This isn’t just for the kids – it’s for the whole family.
Chuck-A-Pucks are on sale from the Steelers desk on concourse level – price £1
In the second period break we give you a countdown to get yourselves ready – then – throw those pucks at Steelers Dan on the Ice. The closest to Dan wins a merchandise voucher and a free meal for 2 at Firepit, the Steelers favourite Sports and Dive Bar in West Street. Check out their website HERE
Home Time – but before you go we have the “Eddy”
A game normally takes between 2 hours 15 minutes and 2 hours 30 minutes. So by 6.30pm, you will be heading home.
If the Steelers win, and we hope they do, we have a special presentation that we want you to stick around for – we call it “The Eddy” after one of our former players who started the tradition.
The man of the match will do a lap of honour and normally they throw a little something extra in – you will love it.
You, Will, Love it – hundreds of thousands do here in Sheffield every season.