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Football Club Background and History

Football Club and Management: Hull City AFC

Club Contact Details:  West Park, Hull, HU3 6HU 
Telephone: (01482) 504600

Club Nicknames: Hull City's nickname of 'The Tigers' comes their amber and black striped shirts. The club's current logo features a tiger's head in an amber shield.

Honours

Honours Hull City A.F.C.

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Ground
KCOM Stadium
Capacity
25,586
Chairman
Assem Allam, Russell Bartlett
Manager
Nigel Adkins
League
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Location: The club is currently based in Kingston upon Hull in the East Riding of Yorkshire, North-East England.

Football League: Hull City AFC

Hull City currently play in the Premier League in England

History of Football: Hull City AFC

Origins: Hull City was formed in June, 1904 and played its first friendly games at the home of Hull Rugby League Club - The Boulevard - and the cricket ground on Anlaby Road before moving to a new home on Anlaby Road. They turned professional and joined the Second Division of the Football League in 1905. The club moved to a new ground - Boothferry Park - in 1946 where they stayed until 2002 when they moved to the KC Stadium (now the KCOM Stadium) in 2002.

 

 

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