KCOM Stadium (Hull)

KCOM Stadium

The KCOM Stadium (previously known as the KC Stadium) is a multi-purpose venue, home to both football club Hull City and Rugby League team, Hull F.C. With a capacity of 25,400, it is the largest rugby league stadium in England.

The stadium was opened in December 2002, with Hull City defeating Sunderland 1-0 in a friendly match. Hull City had moved from Boothferry Park, whilst Hull F.C. had relocated from the Boulevard.

The KCOM Stadium has hosted several England Under-21 international matches, the first being a 3-2 victory over Serbia and Montenegro in June 2003.

Tenants: Hull City (EFL Championship) & Hull F.C. (Super League)

Opened: 2002

Capacity: 25,400

Address: Walton St, Hull HU3 6HU

International Rugby League was also first played there in November 2003 with Australia defeating Great Britain 23-20 in an Ashes Test Match. Other matches include an England win over Fiji in a 2013 Rugby League World Cup group match, with the venue due to be used again at the 2021 World Cup.

KCOM Stadium

Tickets at KCOM Stadium

Tickets for both Hull City and Hull F.C. matches are available to purchase through the Ticket Zone at the KCOM Stadium (open weekdays from 10.00am until 4.00pm) or over the phone (01482 505 600). Links to online purchases are below.

KCOM Stadium

Hull City (EFL League One) – Hull City rarely sell-out their matches and with relegation to EFL League One, it is likely tickets will be even more readily available.

Tickets are available to purchase online through the official website.

Hull F.C. (Super League) – Tickets for Hull F.C. matches in the Super League are usually readily available. Tickets are available to purchase online through the official website. Prices for the 2020 season ranged from:

  • Adults: £15-£29
  • Concessions (Senior citizens aged 60 or over/Students aged 17 or over in full-time education with a valid student ID): £15-£23
  • Juniors: £5-£12
  • Family: £50-£70

Location & Travel to KCOM Stadium

The KCOM Stadium is located on the site of the former cricket ground, The Circle approximately a mile east from Hull’s city centre.

Airport: Humberside Airport is the nearest airport to Hull, approximately 30 minutes journey away but only offering flights to a few European destinations. Other nearby airports include Doncaster Sheffield Airport (45 minutes away), Leeds Bradford Airport (an hour away) or the larger Manchester Airport (2 hours away).

Thinking of going to Hull? Search & book your flights through Skyscanner here.

Bus: Stagecoach bus number 2 or East Yorkshire bus number 6 both run from the Hull Interchange to the stadium.

Coach: National Express also offers links to Hull from many destinations, you can search and book your tickets here. Coaches stop at the Hull Paragon Interchange, approximately a 20 minute walk from the stadium along a well sign-posted route.

Driving & Parking: The stadium has easy access from the A63 and M62. There are 1100 parking spaces available at Walton Street Car Park costing £5. Alternatively there are 650 park-and-ride spaces at Priory Park, with the bus ride taking 15 minutes and return tickets costing £2.50.

Train: Hull Paragon station is the main railway station in the city, with services across the country. The station is approximately a 20 minute walk from the stadium along a well sign-posted route.

Thinking of catching a train to Hull? Search and book your journey through the Trainline here.

Where to stay in Hull

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Further Information & Events

KCOM Stadium Official Website

Hull City Official Website

Hull F.C. Official Website

Last Updated on June 18, 2021 by Sports Tourist

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