News about Wednesday - from BBC Sport.
- Championship fixtures 2013-14: QPR start against Sheff Wed Harry Redknapp's QPR kick off their Championship season at home to Sheffield Wednesday, while Wigan travel to Barnsley.
- Capital One Cup: QPR at Exeter City in first round The draw for the first round of the Capital One Cup is made, with QPR’s trip to League Two Exeter the pick of the 35 ties.
- Chris O’Grady: Barnsley make second bid for striker Barnsley make a second bid to sign striker Chris O'Grady from fellow Championship club Sheffield Wednesday.
- Sheffield Wednesday losing £5m a year – Milan Mandaric Sheffield Wednesday owner Milan Mandaric reveals the Championship club are losing £5m a year.
- Lewis Buxton wants Sheffield Wednesday promotion push Sheffield Wednesday defender Lewis Buxton targets a promotion push next season after signing a new two-year deal.
- Premier League, Scottish Premier League, Football League & European fans’ table Interactive table shows how the level of support at your favourite football club compares with your rivals.
- Sheffield Wednesday offer new deals to six players Sheffield Wednesday offer new deals to six players, including Lewis Buxton, after securing their Championship status.
- Rochdale: Bastien Hery to join from Sheffield Wednesday Rochdale boss Keith Hill makes his first signing for next season, with Bastien Hery joining from Sheffield Wednesday.
- Sheffield Wed 2-0 Middlesbrough Sheffield Wednesday score two first-half goals to defeat Middlesbrough and secure their Championship safety.
- Sheffield Wednesday: Dave Jones does not fear relegation Sheffield Wednesday boss Dave Jones is confident his side can avoid relegation from the Championship on Saturday.
- Sheffield Wednesday: Chris Maguire relief at first goal Sheffield Wednesday striker Chris Maguire is hopeful his first goal for the club can help to re-energise his Owls career.
- Millwall 1-2 Sheffield Wed Chris Maguire scores in injury-time to give Sheffield Wednesday a late victory over Millwall in the Championship.