Hull City FC - Live Football Fixtures & News
- Address: Hull FC, KC Stadium, West Park, Hull, HU3 6HU
- Phone: 01482 504600
- Website: www.hullcityafc.net
Founded - 1904
Stadium - KC Stadium
Capacity - 25,586
Manager - Steve Bruce
Club Captain - Robert Koren
Highest League Position 17th 2007/08
With no major silverware to brag about, the fans of Hull City are currently enjoying the most successful period in the history of their beloved club. The Tigers achieved promotion to the top flight for the first time in 2008 where they enjoyed two seasons at the top, and after a three year absence, Steve Bruce has guided Hull back to the Premier League. read more
Hull's biggest achievement in a cup competition came way back in 1930. Hull managed to get all the way to the semi final where they eventually lost out in a replay 1-0 to Arsenal.
Hull always pondered around the lower divisions of English football until their upturn in fortunes started in the late 1990's where the 1998/99 season saw The Tigers perform their very own version of 'The Great Escape' by escaping relegation for the football league. Hull stayed in the Third Division (now League Two) until the 2003/04 season - their first full season after leaving Boothferry Park for the new KC Stadium - where they finished Third Division runners-up under the guidance of Peter Taylor. Taylor repeated that success and achieved back to back prmotions with Hull finishing League One runners-up in 2004/05.
In 2007, Phil Brown took over as manager and saved The Tigers from relegation. The following season saw Hull qualify for the play-offs where local veteran Dean Windass was the hero in the final, scoring the only goal to beat Bristol City 1-0 and sending Hull to the top flight for the very first time. Hull City had gone from the bottom to the top tier of English football in just five seasons.
Hull were relegated from the Premier League in 2010, this saw Phil Brown leave the club. Hull would battle hard in the Championship under several managers before appointing Steve Bruce prior to the 2012/13 season. Bruce soon installed a strong outfit and Hull spent the majority of the season in the top three. Promotion back to the Premier League was confirmed when Hull dramatically drew 2-2 with Cardiff on the final day of the season with rivals Watford losing at home to Leeds United.
Watch Hull City Live on TV in Pubs and Bars
Watch Hull City live on tv in pubs and bars around the country. On this page we have put together all Hull Fc's live football fixtures on TV. Fixtures include all Sky Sports, ESPN, and terrestrial channels.
There are currently no live fixtures scheduled, as soon as any Hull City fixtures are announced we will update this page.