Hull FC have confirmed there are now fewer than 100 tickets remaining in their allocation for the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup semi-final against Leeds Rhinos!
The Black and Whites, the current holders of rugby league’s oldest and most prestigious trophy, will battle it out with their Yorkshire rivals for a place at Wembley on Saturday 29th July (kick-off 2,30pm) at the Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster.
Tickets have been in red hot demand since they went on sale and the club are down to their final few with less than 100 remaining in their allocation.
These tickets are for section W23 of the West Stand.
This year’s semi-final attendance will eclipse last season’s for Hull’s last four clash with Wigan Warriors in Doncaster, where 10,488 fans were in attendance to see the Airlie Birds make their way to the nation’s capital.
With the Rhinos ticket sales also improving, it promises to be a lively atmosphere as both sides battle it out for a place in the final in front of a packed house.
Fans are strongly advised to book their tickets now if they haven’t done so already as they may miss out on one of the biggest games of the season.
Remaining tickets are available online only and can be bought by clicking here
The members priority purchase period has now passed and tickets are available on general sale.
A list of prices can be found below.
|Category 3 tickets||Price|
|Juniors (16 and under)||£10|
Official coach travel for the Challenge Cup semi-final is also available to buy from the KCOM Stadium retail store and is priced at £15 per person.
Coaches will depart from the South Stand car park at the KCOM Stadium at 11.30am.
The club would like to thank all fans who have already bought tickets for the match, ensuring it promises to be a fantastic atmosphere and great support for the team.