Bramall Lane tenants, Sheffield Eagles, are in their second successive Co-operative Championship Grand Final on Sunday.
Mark Aston's side, who overcame Leigh Centurions 32-22 in the semi-final earlier this month, face Featherstone Rovers at Warrington's Halliwell Jones Stadium, Rovers beat the Eagles in last season's showpiece final.
Blades fans are invited to join in the fun, tickets are £17 for adults and £8 for concessions either seating or standing and must bought in advance in person via cheque or cash at the Eagles offices at Don Valley Stadium or over the phone by debit/credit card on 0114 3240 689. The ticket office is open everyday this week until Friday 9am-5pm.
The Eagles have also arranged coach travel to the Grand Final which is priced at £10 for adult and £7 for Under 16's. The coach will leave Don Valley Stadium at 10.30am with a further pickup at Tankersley McDonalds at 11.15am.
This will give all the Eagles fans a chance to arrive in Warrington in advance of the game which kicks off at 4.30pm and the opportunity to watch the Co-operative Championship One Grand Final (which is included in the price of a match ticket) between Barrow and Doncaster at 2pm.
Sheffield United wish the Eagles the very best of luck in their quest to bring some silverware to the Steel City.