Relive four of the greatest moments in Sheffield United soccer history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1975 Matchday 35 vs West Ham - Quality goal, quality player
1992 Matchday 1 vs Manchester United - The First Ever
2019 Matchday 1 vs Bournemouth - A welcome back
2019 Matchday 45 vs Ipswich Town - Back to the Prem
These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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1975 Matchday 35
Quality goal, quality player
Sheffield United vs West Ham
3 - 2
22 March, 1975
"A quality goal, from a quality player" - Tony Currie was voted as Sheffield United's greatest player of all-time and it's moments like this that fans remember fondly.
1992 Matchday 1
The First Ever
Sheffield United vs Manchester United
2 - 1
15 August, 1992
The Premier League's first ever goal was scored by Sheffield United's Brian Deane - forever in the history books.
2019 Matchday 1
A welcome back
Sheffield United vs Bournemouth
1 - 1
10 August, 2019
First game back in first division football and an 88th minute equalizer sparked energy in fans and the confidence in the players to what eventually was an incredible season.
2019 Matchday 45
Back to the Prem
Sheffield United vs Ipswich Town
2 - 0
27 April, 2019
With a win, Sheffield secured promotion back to the Premier League since 2007 having just been promoted to the Championship.
Champion Bucks 2021 Plays: Leatherette Coasters (Set of 4)
Bought them as a gift for my husband. He is a huge TB Lightning fan and he loved them so much. Thank you!
These were a gift and he was over the moon when he opened them. Very unique and cool!
Really cool item that’s why I bought 3 sets. I knew you had University of Michigan but I see they are all gone. Any chances of them coming back for Christmas?