Tickets are selling quickly for Hull FC’s back-to-back home games against Castleford Tigers on Sunday afternoon and Warrington Wolves next Friday.
High-flying table toppers Castleford travel to the KCOM Stadium following only their second defeat of the season to St Helens on Easter Monday.
Lee Radford’s men will have their tails up having beaten Leigh Centurions 24-10, bringing a three-game winless run to a halt.
Tickets are selling fast for Sunday’s game and fans are advised to buy their tickets in advanced as areas around the ground are filling up.
The Wolves then visit East Yorkshire five days later as the Airlie Birds’ busy April period comes to an end, which will see a jam-packed day at the KCOM Stadium.
There are a whole host of events lined up for the game against Warrington to celebrate and commemorate John ‘Jack’ Harrison VC MC – a war hero and one of the club’s greatest players.
The club will be launching a limited edition authentic cotton jersey for the match based on the strip that would have been worn by Harrison 100 years ago, which will be sold through the club’s rtail stores with a donation made to the Royal British Legion.
In association with Hull City Council and other key partners, there will be a week of special events, including a double header match day at the KCOM Stadium where Hull FC Reserves will take on the UK Armed Forces in a match in memory of Harrison, followed by the first-team hosting the Wolves.
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It will also be a rematch of last year’s Challenge Cup final at Wembley and the two teams met earlier this month at the Halliwell Jones Stadium, which ended in a draw.
Tickets for both games are on sale now and can be purchased from the club’s retail stores, by calling the ticket office on 01482 505 600 or online from ticketing.hullfc.com
Tickets start from just £23 for adults, £19 for concessions and only £5 for juniors whilst a family of four can watch the game in the Toys ‘R’ Us Family Zone for £50!