Next Up: Magic Weekend

Next up for the Black & Whites, they head for the North East to take on arch-rivals Hull Kingston Rovers at the Magic Weekend!

Next up for the Black & Whites, they head for the North East to take on arch-rivals Hull Kingston Rovers at the Magic Weekend!

Rugby League supporters from across the land will make the journey to Newcastle’s St James’ Park for the fourth year in a row for the annual sporting festival, with the greatest rivalry of all bringing the weekend to a close.

Lee Radford’s men go up against the Robins in the final game of the event, kicking off at 5.30pm on Sunday 20th May.

And while the Airlie Birds will be without several of their key stars for the contest, Hull will be looking to make it three games unbeaten against the Red & Whites on Tyneside, after beating them in 2015 and 2016.

Hull will also hope to right the wrongs of last season’s game on the Toon going down comprehensively to St Helens.

The Black & White army have already ensured they will travel to Newcastle in strong number, selling over 2,200 tickets for the Magic Weekend, once again set to pack out the famous Leazes End of the ground.

The popular area of the ground, situated behind the sticks, has traditionally been jam-packed with Hull FC supporters, and this year’s annual rugby league event will be no different, with fewer than 200 tickets remaining in the Leazes Stand.

Adult tickets are as little as £12.50, whilst junior members can go for just £6.25! Don’t miss your opportunity to get the cheapest tickets in the ground for one of the most atmospheric sections inside St James’ Park, with a strictly limited number of tickets remaining.

Magic Weekend tickets are available from the KCOM Stadium retail store only. Alternatively, supporters can book their tickets over the phone by calling 01482 358 456.

With just over a week remaining until Hull FC face city rivals Hull Kingston Rovers at the annual rugby league jamboree, time is running out to secure your seat inside St James’ Park!

Earlier this season, Lee Radford’s side came away victorious in the first Hull Derby of the season, and you can join over 2,000 Hull FC supporters in cheering your side to a second victory over Rovers in 2018!

Over 2,500 Hull supporters flocked to St. James’ Park for the rugby league pilgrimage last year, with 65,407 fans attending across the weekend!

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Magic Weekend Stadium Plan

You can also pre-order Hull FC’s special, limited edition ISC Marvel Black Panther replica shirt, by visiting, or in store at the KCOM Stadium retail store.

Shirts are priced at £49.99 for adults and £39 for juniors. A full payment must be made for the pre-order to be fulfilled.

Supporters who pre-order their shirts can choose to have them posted or collect in store.

Shirts are expected to be in store at the start of next week for general sale.

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