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.