Hull FC operate within the finest facilities in Super League. Read below...
Hull FC moved from The Boulevard to the MKM Stadium in 2003 and currently share the ground with Championship football club, Hull City.
The ground is a state-of-the-art 25,586 seat stadium situated in West Park, and the only stadium in the country to be located in a park setting!
The MKM was built in 2002 for the cost of £44 million and boasts 2,000 square feet of conference space.
It has hosted concerts for the likes of Elton John, Rod Stewart and Bon Jovi.
The pitch has under soil heating and irrigation and is made of 97% grass and 3% fibre.
That might not seem a lot, but stitch all those fibres together and they would circumnavigate the world!
University of Hull
Hull FC moved into the University of Hull training campus in November 2022, with state-of-the-art equipment providing one of the most advanced training facilities in Super League.
The rugby league performance, education and community hub unites Hull FC’s rugby pathways from first team to grassroots for the first time, as well as seeing University of Hull students offered work placements in key fields such as sports science, coaching, analysis and media.
Whilst the first-team use the 4G and grass pitches, along with several other facilities on campus, the facility is shared with a wide range of teams within Hull FC’s Centre of Excellence.
The 4G pitch, which is specifically designed for rugby league, plays host to Hull FC Academy, Reserves, Scholarship and Women’s fixtures. Meanwhile, the club’s Wheelchair team play at the Allam Sport Centre, which is also located on site at the University of Hull.
Elite Performance Centre
Situated on County Road in West Hull, the Elite Performance Centre is one of Hull FC’s main community-based headquarters.
There are two marked rugby league pitches, used for the delivery of sporting activities such as junior camps and touch rugby league.
With a state-of-the-art gym, a video analysis suite and a recreational room, the facility is also used to deliver a range of activities through the Hull FC Community Foundation, such as fitness programmes and wellbeing presentations.
Bonus Youth Performance Centre: The Bonus Youth Performance Centre is a facility used by the Hull FC Community Foundation for the delivery of a number of projects for local adults and children.
Total Fitness: The first-team often hold recovery and swimming sessions with our partners at Total Fitness in Willerby.
Over the years, the club’s first-team and academy training facilities have been supported by fundraising from the Hull FC Vice Presidents.