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📺 YouTube: Relive the 1992 Division Four play-off final from 3pm

23 May 2020

From 3pm UK time on Saturday, May 23rd, supporters are able to watch the Iron's first ever trip to Wembley back on our YouTube site.

Also streaming live on, fans can watch the 1992 Division Four Play-Off final against Blackpool in full on its 28th anniversary.

Please note that there is no commentary and the picture quality is of 1992 standard, but what we have will give you a flavour of the day. We will be building up to kick-off over on our @SUFCVault Twitter account.

On Sunday at 1pm we will also be streaming our League One play-off final against Millwall, which took place 11 years to the day, in full on our YouTube site and have coverage around the game over on our @SUFCVault Twitter account.

We intend to stream something every weekend during the coming weeks to keep the fan base entertained, whether that's a full game or a season review package, adding a fresh spin to our Retro Matchdays which have been popular on our @SUFCVault Twitter account during recent weeks.

Please note, there are some obvious classic games that we don't have access to the full game of, and would put out if we could, but we'll try our best to keep you engaged with what we do have over the coming weeks and months and have planned a steady flow for however long we go without football.

We're always looking to bolster our archives and if anybody has a video or DVD of a game that they think might be useful for us, that we could borrow for a short period of time, please get in touch by emailing Even short video clips from rare matches or league highlights packages from years gone by might come in useful for @SUFCVault Twitter purposes.

Supporters who subscribe to iFollow Iron can also watch regular extended highlights packages from games we have access to in our archive, from which we will upload several a week during this period of time.

In recent days, there has been both legs of the 2009 League One play-off semi-final against MK Dons, the 3-0 away win at Bristol Rovers in 2004, the 2-2 League Cup second round second leg draw at Chelsea from 1988, the 4-2 away win at Oldham Athletic from 2015, the 2-1 home win over Preston North End from 2007 and there's much more to come.

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