Unreserved Areas Closing In On Capacity for Warrington Clash

Unreserved areas of the KCOM Stadium are already closing in on capacity for our Super League clash with Warrington Wolves on Friday 2nd March

Unreserved areas of the KCOM Stadium are already closing in on capacity for our Super League clash with Warrington Wolves on Friday 2nd March (7.45pm kick-off).

Unreserved sections of the East, South and West stands are already quickly closing in on capacity, with Hull FC fans quickly capitalising on the opportunity to welcome the Black & Whites back to the KCOM Stadium after over a month away.

Lee Radford’s side will finalise their tour of New South Wales at the weekend, when they take on NRL side St George Illawarra Dragons, before marking their return to English soil with a trip to face Castleford Tigers at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle.

After that, Hull will welcome Warrington Wolves to East Yorkshire, who, despite their promising recruitment during the off-season, have failed to get off the mark in Super League so far, losing two from their opening two matches.

Regardless, they’ll travel to face the Black & Whites in high spirits, armed with the likes of NRL imports Tyrone Roberts and Bryson Goodwin, as well as barnstorming forward Ben Murdoch-Masila.

Don’t miss the chance to welcome Hull FC back to the KCOM Stadium as they take on the Wolves in just over a fortnight’s time!

You can buy your tickets for the fixture now, but supporters who prefer to sit in unreserved areas of the ground are advised to buy quickly as it is anticipated that these will sell out.

Bringing the family for an evening under the Friday night lights at the KCOM Stadium? Why not try our Toys ‘R’ Us Family Zone in the West Stand, where family tickets are available for just £50!

If you’d like to watch the Black & Whites in style, why not enjoy a night in our glass-fronted Circle Restaurant? Members can upgrade from their normal seats for just £35! Guests will be treated to a delicious three-course meal, pre-match live entertainment and exclusive interviews with Executive Director James Clark and former front-rower Lee Crooks.

For information on how to buy standard tickets for our clash with Warrington, see below.

In Store

Simply head into the club’s retail stores to purchase tickets. Both stores are open between 9.00am and 5.00pm from Monday to Saturday.

Online

If you can’t make it into the retail stores, head over to ticketing.hullfc.com to book your tickets online.

Over The Phone

Supporters can call the ticket office on 01482 505 600 before Wednesday 28th February to purchase their tickets over the phone.

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