When did Hull City move to the KC Stadium?

When did Hull City move to the KC Stadium?

2002
The new stadium was finally opened under the revised name of Boothferry Park on 31 August 1946. Hull City, along with one of the city’s rugby league sides, Hull F.C., moved into the newly built KC Stadium in 2002. The KC Stadium was named “Best Ground” at the 2006 Football League Awards.

What is Hull City’s stadium called?

MKM Stadium
Hull City/Arenas/Stadiums
Welcome to the KCOM Stadium, the home of Hull City & Hull FC Not only is the KCOM Stadium the home of Hull City Football Club and Hull FC Rugby League Club, but it is also the perfect venue for Conference, Meetings, Banqueting, Christmas, Weddings & Celebrations.

Who built the KC Stadium?

Arrowhead Stadium

Construction
Renovated 1991, 1994, 2007–2010
Expanded 1995, 1997
Construction cost US$43 million ($266 million in 2020 dollars) US$375 million (2007–2010 renovation) ($445 million in 2020 dollars)
Architect Kivett and Myers Populous (2007–2010 renovations)

Where do away fans sit at Hull City?

North Stand
Away fans are located in the North East corner of the stadium, where up to 2,510 supporters can be housed. This away section extends around the North East Corner into the first couple of blocks of the North Stand.

Is Hull a good place to live?

The UK City of Culture 2017, Hull is one of the north’s most desirable places to live and visit. For those who prefer a more rural lifestyle, Hull is within an hour’s drive from some of Yorkshire’s most picturesque market and coastal towns and villages, including beautiful, ancient Beverley.

What is Hull famous for?

While Hull, which has just been named the UK’s Capital of Culture in 2017, is well known for its white telephone boxes, the Humber Bridge and its connections with poet Philip Larkin, there is much more to the city.

How much are tickets for Hull City?

The Ticket Zone will be open weekdays from 10am until 4pm. Over The Phone: Supporters can purchase their tickets over the phone by calling 01482 505600 (option 2)….Family Zone.

Type General Price Match Day Price
Adult £25 £27
Senior & Young Adult (19-21) £20 £23
Student & Youth (17-18) £16 £20
Junior £5 £10

Where can I park for Hull FC?

Hull F.C./Arenas/Stadiums
Parking is available at the MKM Stadium on Walton Street car park, charged at £5 per vehicle. Alternative parking is available at St. Stephen’s Shopping Centre (HU2 8LN – approx 10-minute walk) for just £1 on the night. The MKM Stadium is just a short walk from Hull Paragon station in the City centre.

Where is Hull City football ground?

Hull City/Arenas/Stadiums

When did Hull City move to KC Stadium?

In 2002, Hull City football club bade farewell to Boothferry Park, their home of over 50 years. They moved to the all new Kingston Communications Stadium, a Council-built ground to be shared with the Hull FC rugby league team.

Where does Hull City play their home games?

The KCOM Stadium: Hull City AFC. The KCOM Stadium has been the ground that Hull City Association Football Club has called home since it opened in 2002. It is the very definition of a multi-purpose facility given that it is also the home of Hull FC, the rugby league club.

Is there alcohol at the KCOM Stadium in Hull?

However, for some high profile matches, the club does not provide alcohol to away supporters. At the end of the M62, continue onto the A63 towards Hull. Stay on the A63 and the stadium is clearly signposted (KCOM Stadium and a football symbol) as you approach Hull.

Is there a bus to Hull City Stadium?

Bus – Hull has an excellent bus service with as many as 16 different bus routes serving the stadium. Numbers 2, 23, 24, 35, 48, 60, 61, 62, 64, 66, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155 and 350 will all take you where you want to go.