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Hull City FC

Hull City FC
Football Club Details
Also known as
The Tigers
Year Formed
1904
Ground
The Kingston Communications Stadium
Colours
Home: Amber shirts with black/white trim, black shorts with amber stripe, black stockings with amber tops.
Away: Blue shirts with claret trim, claret shorts & claret/blue stockings
The Kingston Communications Stadium The Home Of Hull City FC
The Kingston Communications Stadium The Home Of Hull City FC
Capacity
25400
Address
Hull City FC
Kingston Communications Stad
The Circle
Walton Street
Hull
HU3 6HU
Telephone
08708-370003
Travel Information
Local Transport Links
Railway Station
Hull Railway Station 0.8 miles (1.3 km)
Motorway Junction
M180 Jnct 5 11.3 miles (18.2 km)
Airport
Humberside 11.8 miles (18.9 km)
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All Time Records
Attendance
55019: vs Manchester United 26/02/1949 FA Cup R6
Best league win
11 - 1: vs Carlisle United 14/01/1939 Division 2
Worst league loss
0 - 8: vs Wolverhampton Wanderers 01/11/ Division 2
Best cup win
8 - 2: vs Stalybridge Celtic 26/11/1932 FA Cup R1
Worst cup loss
Most capped player
Theo Whitmore: 25 Jamaica
League appearances
Andy Davidson: 520 1952/67
League goals
Chris Chilton: 195 1960/71
Goals in a season
Bill McNaughton: 39 1932/33 Division 3N
Transfer fee received
£750,000: Andy Payton Middlesbrough November 1991
Transfer fee paid
£250,000: Lawrie Dudfield Leicester 22 June 2001
Honours
League Titles
Division 2 best season: 3rd, 1909-10; Division 3 (n) - Champions 1932-33, 1948-49; Division 3 - Champions 1965-66; Runners-up 1958-59; Division 4 - Runners-up 1982-83
FA Cup
Semi-final 1930
Europe
Best season: 4th, 1974, 1976, 1978
League Cup
Other
Associate Members' Cup Runners-up 1984