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Established
1904 (118 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
KC Stadium
(32,000 Capacity)

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Location
Kingston upon Hull, England

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League
English League Championship

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smudgie: 29/Jun/22
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Upcoming Events
23 Jul 22 Cambridge United   -  Hull
23 Jul 22 Peterboro   -  Hull
30 Jul 22 Hull   -  Bristol City
06 Aug 22 Preston   -  Hull
09 Aug 22 Bradford   -  Hull

Latest Results
07 May 22 Hull  1 - 1  Nottingham F.
30 Apr 22 Bristol City  5 - 0  Hull
23 Apr 22 Hull  3 - 0  Reading
18 Apr 22 Millwall  2 - 1  Hull
15 Apr 22 Hull  2 - 1  Cardiff

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Hull City Association Football Club is an English professional football club in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire. Founded in 1904, the club competes in the League One, the third tier of English football, but will compete in the Championship in the 2021–22 season after winning the 2020–21 League One title.

In 2007–08, they achieved promotion to the top flight of English football for the first time in their history by winning the Championship play-off final at Wembley Stadium. Their highest league finish was in 2013–14, when they finished 16th in the table, a season in which they also reached the final of the FA Cup.

Hull City play home games at the KCOM Stadium, having moved there in 2002 after 56 seasons at Boothferry Park. Hull traditionally play in black and amber, often with a striped shirt design, hence their nickname, The Tigers.

Team Members
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Damien
Delaney



John
Welsh



Boaz
Myhill



Dean
Marney



Darryl
Duffy



Conor
Townsend
#14


Daniel
James
#21


Mark
Noble
#16


Stuart
Elliott



Nick
Barmby


= Contract years remaining

Stadium or Home

The KC Stadium, often shortened to the KC, is a multi-purpose facility in the city of Kingston upon Hull (Hull), England. Conceived as early as the late 1990s, it was completed in 2002 at a cost of approximately £44 million. It is named after the stadium's sponsors, telecommunications provider KC, formerly Kingston Communications, a subsidiary of the KCOM Group. The stadium is owned by Hull City Council and operated by the Stadium Management Company (SMC), who are looking to expand the stadium up to 32,000.

The bowl-shaped stadium contains a continuous single tier of seats with a second tier on the west side. Its current capacity is 25,400. The stadium accommodates fans of its two tenants, association football club Hull City A.F.C., which moved there from Boothferry Park, and rugby league football club Hull F.C., relocated from the Boulevard. The ground also hosts international association football and rugby league football competitions and acts as a venue for concerts by musical artists, such as Elton John and The Who.

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