Limited Magic Weekend Tickets Remaining!

The second batch of Magic Weekend tickets has sold out, but you can still get your tickets for the rugby league festival!

As Hull FC’s second and biggest batch of Magic Weekend tickets has now sold out, supporters are advised to secure their seats inside St James’ Park, with a limited number of tickets remaining!

The third batch of tickets is already available to supporters from the KCOM Stadium retail store for as cheap as £6.25 for juniors and £12.50!

Over 2,500 members of the Black & White army are heading to Tyneside for the fourth consecutive Magic Weekend at the atmospheric St James’ Park, meaning that the Airlie Birds will once again be one of the best supported teams this year!

That also means that tickets are now strictly limited to Hull FC supporters, with several allocated sections of the ground closing in on capacity!

With fewer than 200 tickets remaining in the Leazes Stand, behind the sticks, don’t miss the chance to experience the most atmospheric section of St James’ Park as the hotly anticipated Hull Derby returns to the North East!

You can get your tickets now, but with less than a week remaining until the annual rugby league showpiece and tickets now strictly limited, the clock is ticking!

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.

Click the button below to find out out a full list of ticket prices:

Magic Weekend Stadium Plan

Don’t forget, you can also don Hull FC’s special Marvel Black Panther jersey this weekend, which will also be worn by the players in their clash with city rivals Hull Kingston Rovers on Sunday.

Replica shirts are now available in store at the KCOM Stadium and Savile Street, priced at £49.99 for adults and £39 for juniors.

Supporters can also order their Black Panther jerseys online by clicking here, but should do before 5.00pm on Wednesday if they wish to take theirs to the Magic Weekend!

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