KCOM Stadium

Hull FC's KC Stadium.

Hull FC got it’s biggest dose of modernism by moving to the shiny new 25,586 capacity all-seated KCOM ‘Super’ Stadium ahead of the 2003 Super League season, after a 107 year stay at the famous Boulevard ground.

Costing £44 million to build, and funded by the people of Hull, the project team considered over a dozen sites, inside and outside of the city of Hull, before settling on The Circle in West Park.

The stadium is run by the SuperStadium Management Company (SMC), previously owned by Adam Pearson, but now by Hull City tyrants Assem and Ehab Allam.

The KCOM Stadium’s seats are mostly black, with a band of white and amber seats around the circumference. White and amber seats form the word ‘Hull’ in the North and South stands. In the East Stand, the seats form an image of a coronet, a symbol of the city that also appears in the club crest of Hull FC.

Stand names and capacities

Stand Capacity
Lower West 6,000
Upper West 5,000
East 6,000
South 4,000
North 4,000

Exact figures not known. 

KC Stadium under construction

The KCOM Stadium under construction.

Marc Sneyd in action for Hull FC last season.

And the finished article. Marc Sneyd landing a conversion in 2015.

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Hull FC Year by Year Record at the KC Stadium

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Year  Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

2003

16

12 0

4

2004

16

12 1

3

2005

16

10 0

6

2006

15

12 0

3

2007

18

10 2

6

2008

13

6 0

7

2009

14

5 0

9

2010

15

10 0

5

2011

15

7 1

7

2012

15

11 2

2

2013

16

10 0

6

2014

14

8 1

5

2015

16

6 0

10

2016

16

10 0

6

2017

17

11 0

6

2018

TOTAL

232

140 7

85

Hull FC Average Attendances at the KC Stadium

2004

11,458
2005

10,604

2006

10,866
2007

14,606

2008

13,452
2009

13,244

2010

13,731
2011

12,483

2012

12,402
2013

11,640

2014

11,166
2015

11,343

2016

2017

2018

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International Rugby League matches played at the KCOM Stadium

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1 15th November 2003 Great Britain 20 Australia 23

Ashes Series

25,147
2 20th November 2004 Great Britain 26 New Zealand 24

Tri Nations

23,377
3 19th November 2005 Great Britain 14 Australia 26

Tri Nations

25,150
4 5th November 2006 England 38 Samoa 14

(England second string)

5,698
5 3rd November 2007 Great Britain 44 New Zealand 0

All Golds Tour

20,324
6 12th November 2011 England 28 New Zealand 6

Four Nations

23,447
7 9th November 2013 England 34 Fiji 12

Rugby League World Cup

25,114
8 1st November 2015 England 26 New Zealand 12

NZ Test Series

23,526
9 27th October 2018 England v New Zealand

NZ Test Series

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