This page shows details of Ladbrokes on Matilda Street in Sheffield so you can find out everything you need before visiting. We have included a full map, opening hours and the latest offers from this brand.
Ladbrokes Matilda Street Sheffield Map Listing
Below is a map showing where this Ladbrokes shop is located so you can easily find it if you would like to place a bet on your favourite sports.
Address – 6-8 Matilda Street, City Centre, Sheffield
Website – See Details Below
Phone – 0800 030 4496
Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card
Here are a few photos of the shop which shows where it is located on the high street. It is close to many other shops and amenities as it is in the city centre.
Here are the full opening hours for this branch of the bookmaker, so you can check when it will be open if you want to be on a particular event.
- Monday 08:30-22:00
- Tuesday 08:30-22:00
- Wednesday 08:30-22:00
- Thursday 08:30-22:00
- Friday 08:30-22:00
- Saturday 08:00-22:00
- Sunday 09:30-21:30
Ladbrokes is a licensed Betting Shop located at 6-8 Matilda Street in SHEFFIELD S1 4QD.
The Betting Shop is operated by Ladbrokes Betting & Gaming Limited (#1611) trading as Ladbrokes, based at Ladbrokes Ltd, Imperial House, Imperial Drive, HARROW HA2 7JW.
The license status: Grant by Sheffield City Council as at 27/04/2011.
The Location of the Shop
Sheffield is a city and metropolitan borough in South Yorkshire, England.
Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, its name derives from the River Sheaf, which runs through the city.
It makes sense to look for car parking on Matilda Street if you’re driving into the city or are new to the area. The Ladbrokes on Matilda Street is fairly popular, which means you will do best by finding ample parking before you head across.
Unfortunately, there aren’t many open car park facilities other than the Euro Car Park nearby. However, you’re in luck – as this is actually based on Matilda Street itself. This means you won’t have to go too far to get back to your vehicle, or to head to the bookmakers.
You may be able to find further car parking in Sheffield city centre itself, on the street or at supermarkets. Do be aware that if you park at certain establishments, you may need to make a purchase.
Once you’ve tired of betting at Ladbrokes on Matilda Street, you may want to check out some authentic casinos elsewhere in the city.
Your nearest hub for authentic gaming is the Genting Casino on St Paul’s Place, Arundel Gate. This casino is open 24 hours a day, and is a modern gaming suite with a late bar and snacks available.
Alternatively, take a look at the Grosvenor Casino at 87 Duchess Road. This casino, too, is open 24 hours. It has its own in-house restaurant and a bar which is open until late. This is a luxury casino brand which is extremely popular with UK punters.
Further afield, do try the Napoleons Casino at 17 Livesey Street, S6 postcode. This is another casino with built-in restaurant and bar facilities. It’s not open 24 hours, but it closes in the early hours of the morning.
Fancy trying something a little different? Who could blame you? There’s more than just the Ladbrokes on Matilda Street to pick from in terms of bookmakers, though you will have to venture further into the city.
There is a William Hill, for example, at 5 Earl Street. You may also want to check out the Betfred at 49 High Street, or the Coral at 94 Halifax Road.
Sports in Sheffield
Sheffield has a long sporting heritage. In 1857 a collective of cricketers formed the world’s first-ever official football club, Sheffield F.C., and the world’s second-ever, Hallam F.C., who also play at the world’s oldest football ground in the suburb of Crosspool. Sheffield and Hallam are today Sheffield’s two major non-league sides, although Sheffield now play just outside the city in nearby Dronfield, Derbyshire.
Sheffield and Hallam contest what has become known as the Sheffield derby. By 1860 there were 15 football clubs in Sheffield, with the first ever amateur league and cup competitions taking place in the city. Many people use a Ladbrokes calculator to work out the potential winnings for certain bets they place on football.
Sheffield is best known for its two professional football teams, Sheffield United, known locally as The Blades, and Sheffield Wednesday, known locally as The Owls. United, who play at Bramall Lane south of the city centre, and Wednesday, who play at Hillsborough in the north west of the city, both now compete in the Football League Championship following United’s promotion from League One at the end of the 2016–17 season after a six-year absence.
The Sheffield Eagles RLFC are the city’s professional Rugby league team who play their matches at Owlerton Stadium. They currently play in the second tier of the professional league, the Championship and are current champions, having won back to back titles in 2012 and 2013. Their most successful moment came in 1998, when, against all the odds they defeated Wigan in the Challenge Cup final, despite being huge underdogs.