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Hull City AFC promoted from the Championship last season to the Premier League, 2013/14 being the second time in their history playing in the top division of English football.
FC Hull City plays their home games at the KC Stadium that has a capacity of 25,404. Their team colours are black and amber, with a striped shirt design that gave them the nickname The Tigers.
With there current form they are a team worth watching at home or away, Ticket details for games during 2014/15 will appear here once confirmed.
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Hull City play in the English Premier League and are based in Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire. Hull was founded in 1904 and their current home is the KC Stadium which is shared with Rugby League side Hull FC.
Their greatest achievement was this year when they reached the FA Cup Final and were narrowly beaten 3-2 by Arsenal after extra time.
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The Club moved to the KC Stadium in December 2002 after leaving their former Boothferry Park home where they had been resident for 56 years. It cost almost £44m to build, by Birse Construction and is home to both Hull Football & Rugby League Clubs.
The KC Stadium is an exceptional Football Stadium. Built in a parkland setting, the stadium can be seen for some distance around and has won a number of awards for its impressive design.
The stadium is totally enclosed, with the West Stand being around twice the size of the other three sides. The roof rises up and curves around the West Stand, giving the stadium an interesting look. Inside the curves continue as each of the stands slightly bow around the playing area, drawing the eye to sweep panoramically around them.
Apart from the West Stand, each of the other three stands is single tiered. The West Stand also benefits from having a row of executive boxes running across its middle.
There is a large video screen at the North End of the stadium, where the Police Control Box is also situated. The P.A system within the stadium is also excellent.
Please note that some residential areas near to the stadium have been made residents only parking zones, so don’t park there as you may well end up with a parking fine.
There is some street parking less than five minutes walk away.
Remember if travelling by train then you can save on the cost of fares by booking in advance. Visit the the trainline website to see how much you can normally save.