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Hull tickets on Football Ticket Pad are often very reasonably priced and provide a perfect opportunity to go and watch top quality premier league action at an affordable price. Buy your Hull City tickets from Football Ticket Pad for Hull’s home and away games with complete peace of mind and confidence thanks to our unique, comprehensive ticket guarantee.

The club first gained promotion to the Premier League in 2008 and they will be hoping to build on their best ever top flight finish of 16th this season. To catch Hull City tickets in the Premier League, FA Cup and EFL Cup look no further than Football Ticket Pad for the 2016/17 season!

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  • Hull City: Stadium Guide

    Hull City play their matches at the 25,000 seater KCOM Stadium. The club moved to their new state-of-the-art home in 2002, with the ground being named “Best Ground” at the 2006 Football League Awards. The bowl-shaped stadium contains a continuous single tier of seats with a second tier on the west side of the stadium, offering some of the best views of the action.

    Football Ticket Pad has a selection of match tickets available for Hull City matches at the KCOM Stadium and customers can select their seats from our ticket categories: Longside Upper, Longside Lower, Shortside Upper and Shortside Lower. Fans can also purchase seats in the ‘Away Section’ of the ground or pay more for a popular VIP Hospitality package to watch The Tigers play.

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  • KCOM Stadium Seating

    Longside Upper: These seats give fans a clear view of both ends of the pitch and are housed in the upper sections of both the Cranswick plc Stand (West) and Ideal Boiler Stand (East). The Cranswick plc Stand is the largest stand in the stadium holding over 11,000 fans, therefore it is one of the best places to sit for atmosphere and views. It also has a family section meaning it is perfect if watching the game with young children.

    Longside Lower: Outside of VIP Hospitality tickets, Longside Lower are the most expensive seats in the stadium because they are as close as fans can get to the action. Longside Lower tickets are seated in the Cranswick plc West Stand and Ideal Boiler East Stand and can allow fans to be close to the players tunnel and dugout.

    Shortside Upper: Located behind each goal, Shortside Upper tickets are in the Smith & Nephew North Stand and MKM South Stand. These are two of the smallest stands in the stadium but they make a great noise and home some of Hull City’s loudest supporters. Both stands are single tiered, but a Shortside Upper ticket in this section would be towards the back of the stand.

    Shortside Lower: These are the cheapest tickets available for supporters looking to purchase football tickets from Football Ticket Pad. Customers are seated in the lower sections of the Smith & Nephew North Stand and MKM South Stand seated close to the pitch. Despite them being the cheapest, they can be a wise move when a goal goes in at your end of the pitch!

    VIP Hospitality: The KCOM Stadium offers some great hospitality packages and Football Ticket Pad has a limited number of Hull City hospitality tickets available for each home match. The stadium can cater for over 2,000 corporate guests and consists of 28 executive boxes with four hospitality suites and a Sports Bar. Football Ticket Pad can access a selection of hospitality tickets, so get in touch and see what we have available for the game of your choice!

    Away Section: Away fans visiting the KCOM Stadium are located in the North East corner of the stadium, with a typical allocation of around 2,600.Football Ticket Pad has away section tickets for some of the biggest clubs who visit the KCOM Stadium in the 2016/17 season in the Premier League, FA Cup and EFL Cup.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Hull City Tickets

    Season / Members Cards: These tickets belong to Hull City members for the 2016/17 season who have made their seat available for the match for Football Ticket Pad to use. Customers will receive their season/members card in the post prior to the game and this is then used as their match ticket and scanned at the displayed turnstile to gain entry to the KCOM Stadium. Customers are notified once their order is confirmed and when their tickets have been dispatched. We carry a 100% guarantee with every purchase and these cards must be returned after the match in a pre-paid envelope.

    E-tickets: Only applicable for Football Ticket Pad customers purchasing Hull City hospitality tickets. Once purchase has been confirmed, their e-tickets are then sent by email to the provided email address. Customers can then print their e-tickets off or show their e-ticket on their smart device on matchday. The barcode at the bottom of the e-ticket is then scanned in order to access the stadium and hospitality suite.

    Paper tickets: This is the classic ticket type and the the one which most football fans have been accustomed to in the past. The match tickets are sent to the customer’s provided address 3-4 days prior to the game and customers must bring their paper tickets to the game to gain access. Their seats are clearly marked on the ticket and are then scanned at the advertised turnstile at the stadium.

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  • Hull City Last Season

    Hull City secured promotion to the Premier League after clinching a dramatic Play-Off Final victory over Sheffield Wednesday at Wembley. The Tigers finished the Championship season in fourth place as they missed out on automatic promotion to Burnley and Middlesbrough. The Tigers sealed their Premier League return at the first attempt and they will be hoping to prolong their stay this time around.

    Uruguayan striker, Abel Hernandez was the key man for Hull City scoring 22 goals in all competitions. The striker netted a hat-trick against Charlton Athletic in January and scooped the Player of the Year and Players Player of the Year Awards. The club went on an impressive eleven match unbeaten run between September 2015 and November 2015 and followed that up with a four match winning streak in January 2016 which formed a run of only conceding five goals in thirteen matches, losing only once in January and February. The Tigers had an impressive defensive record and they will be hoping to continue their resolve in the Premier League for the 2016/17 campaign.

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Hull City: Stadium Guide

Hull City play their matches at the 25,000 seater KCOM Stadium. The club moved to their new state-of-the-art home in 2002, with the ground being named “Best Ground” at the 2006 Football League Awards. The bowl-shaped stadium contains a continuous single tier of seats with a second tier on the west side of the stadium, offering some of the best views of the action.

Football Ticket Pad has a selection of match tickets available for Hull City matches at the KCOM Stadium and customers can select their seats from our ticket categories: Longside Upper, Longside Lower, Shortside Upper and Shortside Lower. Fans can also purchase seats in the ‘Away Section’ of the ground or pay more for a popular VIP Hospitality package to watch The Tigers play.

KCOM Stadium Seating

Longside Upper: These seats give fans a clear view of both ends of the pitch and are housed in the upper sections of both the Cranswick plc Stand (West) and Ideal Boiler Stand (East). The Cranswick plc Stand is the largest stand in the stadium holding over 11,000 fans, therefore it is one of the best places to sit for atmosphere and views. It also has a family section meaning it is perfect if watching the game with young children.

Longside Lower: Outside of VIP Hospitality tickets, Longside Lower are the most expensive seats in the stadium because they are as close as fans can get to the action. Longside Lower tickets are seated in the Cranswick plc West Stand and Ideal Boiler East Stand and can allow fans to be close to the players tunnel and dugout.

Shortside Upper: Located behind each goal, Shortside Upper tickets are in the Smith & Nephew North Stand and MKM South Stand. These are two of the smallest stands in the stadium but they make a great noise and home some of Hull City’s loudest supporters. Both stands are single tiered, but a Shortside Upper ticket in this section would be towards the back of the stand.

Shortside Lower: These are the cheapest tickets available for supporters looking to purchase football tickets from Football Ticket Pad. Customers are seated in the lower sections of the Smith & Nephew North Stand and MKM South Stand seated close to the pitch. Despite them being the cheapest, they can be a wise move when a goal goes in at your end of the pitch!

VIP Hospitality: The KCOM Stadium offers some great hospitality packages and Football Ticket Pad has a limited number of Hull City hospitality tickets available for each home match. The stadium can cater for over 2,000 corporate guests and consists of 28 executive boxes with four hospitality suites and a Sports Bar. Football Ticket Pad can access a selection of hospitality tickets, so get in touch and see what we have available for the game of your choice!

Away Section: Away fans visiting the KCOM Stadium are located in the North East corner of the stadium, with a typical allocation of around 2,600.Football Ticket Pad has away section tickets for some of the biggest clubs who visit the KCOM Stadium in the 2016/17 season in the Premier League, FA Cup and EFL Cup.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hull City Tickets

Season / Members Cards: These tickets belong to Hull City members for the 2016/17 season who have made their seat available for the match for Football Ticket Pad to use. Customers will receive their season/members card in the post prior to the game and this is then used as their match ticket and scanned at the displayed turnstile to gain entry to the KCOM Stadium. Customers are notified once their order is confirmed and when their tickets have been dispatched. We carry a 100% guarantee with every purchase and these cards must be returned after the match in a pre-paid envelope.

E-tickets: Only applicable for Football Ticket Pad customers purchasing Hull City hospitality tickets. Once purchase has been confirmed, their e-tickets are then sent by email to the provided email address. Customers can then print their e-tickets off or show their e-ticket on their smart device on matchday. The barcode at the bottom of the e-ticket is then scanned in order to access the stadium and hospitality suite.

Paper tickets: This is the classic ticket type and the the one which most football fans have been accustomed to in the past. The match tickets are sent to the customer’s provided address 3-4 days prior to the game and customers must bring their paper tickets to the game to gain access. Their seats are clearly marked on the ticket and are then scanned at the advertised turnstile at the stadium.

Hull City Last Season

Hull City secured promotion to the Premier League after clinching a dramatic Play-Off Final victory over Sheffield Wednesday at Wembley. The Tigers finished the Championship season in fourth place as they missed out on automatic promotion to Burnley and Middlesbrough. The Tigers sealed their Premier League return at the first attempt and they will be hoping to prolong their stay this time around.

Uruguayan striker, Abel Hernandez was the key man for Hull City scoring 22 goals in all competitions. The striker netted a hat-trick against Charlton Athletic in January and scooped the Player of the Year and Players Player of the Year Awards. The club went on an impressive eleven match unbeaten run between September 2015 and November 2015 and followed that up with a four match winning streak in January 2016 which formed a run of only conceding five goals in thirteen matches, losing only once in January and February. The Tigers had an impressive defensive record and they will be hoping to continue their resolve in the Premier League for the 2016/17 campaign.

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