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KC Stadium

Hull, England

Home of the Hull City AFC

2.9

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KC Stadium (map it)
Walton St
Hull, England HU3 6HU
United Kingdom


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Year Opened: 2002

Capacity: 25,404

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The KC Stadium

The Kingston Communications stadium was opened in 2002 and is home to both Hull City Football Club and Hull Rugby League Club. The stadium has an all seated capacity of 25,404 and stands out from other new builds in Britain with its sloping and curving roof. The stadium stands in a parkland setting and can be seen from a distance as you approach the area. All stands are single tiered with the exception of the West Stand which is two tiered. This is the main stand housing the executive boxes, changing rooms and offices. The stadium is complete with under soil heating and is also a venue to pop concerts. The complex is a good example of where football and rugby can live together and the venue has become an excellent addition to the city.

2.9

What is FANFARE?

The FANFARE scale is our metric device for rating each stadium experience. It covers the following:

  • Food & Beverage
  • Atmosphere
  • Neighborhood
  • Fans
  • Access
  • Return on Investment
  • Extras

Each area is rated from 0 to 5 stars with 5 being the best. The overall composite score is the "FANFARE Score".

Food & Beverage    2

Hot Dogs and burgers are priced at £3.20, pies at £3.00, hot and cold drinks £2.00 are a selection of items available within the stadium. Meal deals are available for £6. The stadium concourse is well populated with food outlets.

Atmosphere    3

The design of the stadium ensures that it retains its atmosphere and this remains the case when the stadium is not completely full which tends to be the case now that the club is back in the Championship League.

Neighborhood    3

Some years back a visit to Hull was not one to be looked forward to, however over the last decade the city has undergone regeneration and a trip to the K.C. Stadium can easily be turned into a day out. The city centre offers a wide range of shops with plenty of restaurants and bars in the vicinity. Hull's most famous landmark is the Humber suspension Bridge opened in 1981 and is a tourist attraction in its own right. The city also offers a range of maritime museums that are also worth visiting when in the area. Some of North Yorkshires adjoining sea side towns such as Bridlington are also worth visiting when the English weather allows.

The Brickmakers Public House opposite the stadium is a regular haunt for both home and away supporters. The Weatherspoons in the city centre offers both affordable meals and real ale.

Fans    3

Hull City F.C. regularly attracts crowds in the region of 15,000 and for the short time the club was in the Premiership most games were sold out. The club has a hard core support and even when languishing in the lower divisions of English league football for many years, Hull were well supported. The club has a decent away support and the team's gold and black jerseys are prominent within the city and surrounding areas. Local rivals are Leeds United, Grimsby Town, Scunthorpe United and Doncaster Rovers.

Access    3

The stadium is reached by car by taking the M62 and then the A63 to Hull City Centre. The stadium is less than a mile from the city and plenty of car parking is available for a reasonable price. Jubilee House opposite the large car park is good value for £5 and is a two minute walk through the park to the stadium. There is also a park and ride scheme in operation on a match day. Traffic leaving the ground after a game can sometimes be slow, but should not take any longer than half an hour. The nearest railway station is Hull Paragon in the centre and this is about a twenty minute walk.

Return on Investment    3

On average, normal match day prices are £24 and £26 with reductions for children and OAP'S and are the norm for this level of the English game. The facilities available make this a good value compared to some other clubs in the league.

Extras    3

Stadium tours are available on Mondays and Wednesdays priced at £5 and these last about one hour. The club has a souvenir shop at the stadium and also one in the City Centre selling the normal range of merchandise. Betting shops are also available inside the stadium and a match day programme costing £3 is available for each home game.

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