If you're a Blades fan, we know you might be a bit disappointed you can't go and watch their clash with Arsenal at Bramall Lane on Sunday, 11th April. 

But whatever the result, there's a way you can make sure children and families supported by Bluebell Wood feel like winners.

Sheffield United are asking their fans to dig deep for Bluebell Wood.

Seeing as you won't be able to pop to the bar at half-time for a drink or treat yourself to a cheeky snack from the ground's kitchens, why not make a donation to your local children's hospice instead?

Donate the cost of your pie, pint, match ticket or even a Blades shirt. 

Donate to Bluebell Wood here

Your donation would mean the world to families like Theo, who was a huge Sheffield United fan. 

Theo died in 2018 at just 11-years-old, after battling numerous complex medical conditions all his life. Ever the fighter, cheeky Theo always had a smile on his face. He was supported by Bluebell Wood most of his life and made some incredible memories with his family at the hospice, before they said their heart-breaking final goodbyes.

Theo’s mum Denise said: “Bluebell Wood is such an amazing place and I can’t thank them enough for all they did for us through Theo’s life.

“When it came to saying goodbye to Theo, we were able to have the whole family there and that meant the world to us. It’s just such a special place and we couldn’t have had a better experience under the circumstances.”