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Luton vs Sheffied United is a game you won’t want to miss, as both teams have a large and passionate fan base who always create a great atmosphere on match day. Luton Town and Sheffield United are two historic clubs, as Luton was formed in 1885 and Sheffield United was formed in 1889.

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Luton gained promotion to the Premier League in 2023, alongside Sheffield United and Burnley. The club is nicknamed the Hatters, due to the town's association with the hat-making trade.

Between 1982 and 1992, Luton were a member of the First Division, where they won the Football League Cup, which was their first major honour. Luton has seen some great players over the years, including Tom Lockyer, Carlton Morris, Amari'i Bell and Luke Berry.

Kenilworth Road

Kenilworth Road is one of the smallest stadiums in the Premier League, holding an all-seated capacity of 11,500. Luton have played at Kenilworth Road since 1905, and the ground is known for its unique entrance to the Oak Road End. After Luton's promotion in 2023, the first Premier League game at the stadium was against West Ham United in September 2023.

Sheffield United

Sheffield United were formed as an offshoot of Sheffield United Cricket Club in 1889 and are nicknamed the Blades. The club were founder members of the Football League Division in 1892, and the Premier League in 1992.

Legendary United players include Billy Sharp, Tony Currie, Chris Morgan, Nick Montgomery, Phil Jagielka and Keith Edwards.

Bramall Lane

Sheffield United have played at Bramall Lane since the club's establishment in 1889, and it's the oldest major stadium in the world still hosting professional association football matches. Bramall Lane has a capacity of 32,050 and was the largest stadium in Sheffield during the 19th century, holding the city's most significant matches. The ground has also hosted games for the Rugby League World Cup, as well as various concerts and boxing matches.