Hull FC will kick start their 2019 campaign with an exciting Derby clash with city rivals Hull Kingston Rovers! Check out all the key dates for the diary here, including Hull&Proud Week, #DerbyDay and Family Day!
The Black & Whites will face arch rivals Hull KR at KCOM Craven Park on Friday 1st February, before hosting Castleford Tigers in the first home game of 2019 on Thursday 7th February!
Lee Radford’s side will then face 2018 Grand Final winners Wigan Warriors after the World Club Challenge, before a trip to West Yorkshire to play Huddersfield Giants.
Newly promoted London Broncos face Hull for the first time this season on Sunday 24th March in the capital, whilst fans will have the chance to travel to Catalans Dragons twice this season.
The KCOM Stadium will host the annual Easter #DerbyDay against the Robins on Good Friday (19th April) before 2018 League Leaders Shield winners St Helens take on the Airlie Birds at the Totally Wicked Stadium on Easter Monday.
Hull will return to action in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup on the weekend of 11-12th May, looking to claim the prestigious trophy for a sixth time, before attention returns to Super League with an away fixture against 2018 Grand Finalists Warrington Wolves.
Later that month, the thirteenth Dacia Magic Weekend will take place over the Late May Bank Holiday Weekend (25th-26th May), with a location to be announced in due course for the showpiece event.
The club’s popular Hull & Proud Week will again feature two home fixtures, as St Helens and London Broncos visit the KCOM Stadium, between the 5th and 11th July, before our Junior Members take centre stage once again at our home game against Salford Red Devils for our annual junior takeover.
The club’s popular Family Day will also return on the May Bank Holiday weekend (4th May), as one of three Super Saturday home fixtures schedule for 2019.
The club will continue to play predominantly on Friday evening’s with matches scheduled for 7:45pm kick offs, but some Thursday and Sunday fixtures are also scheduled due to television requirements.
There will be no pre-season friendly against Hull KR for The Clive Sullivan Trophy, which instead be decided across the three league fixtures.
Similarly, the Black & Whites will face St Helens three times in 2019, battling it out for the Steve Prescott Cup, which could be won on the final day of the season when Justin Holbrook’s side come to the KCOM Stadium on Friday 13th September.
Details on Hull FC’s pre-season fixtures in preparation for the 2019 campaign will be announced in due course.
Check out a full list of our 2019 fixtures in the table below:
|Friday 1st February||Hull Kingston Rovers||KCOM Craven Park||Away||7.45pm|
|Thursday 7th February||Castleford Tigers||KCOM Stadium||Home||7.45pm|
|Sunday 24th February||Wigan Warriors||DW Stadium||Away||3.00pm|
|Sunday 3rd March||Huddersfield Giants||John Smith’s Stadium||Away||3.00pm|
|Friday 8th March||Leeds Rhinos||KCOM Stadium||Home||7.45pm|
|Friday 15th March||Wakefield Trinity||KCOM Stadium||Home||7.45pm|
|Sunday 24th March||London Broncos||Ealing Trailfinders||Away||3.00pm|
|Friday 29th March||Warrington Wolves||KCOM Stadium||Home||7.45pm|
|Sunday 7th April||Salford Red Devils||AJ Bell Stadium||Away||3.00pm|
|Saturday 13th April||Catalans Dragons||Stade Gilbert Brutus||Away||6.00pm|
|Friday 19th April||Hull Kingston Rovers||KCOM Stadium||Home||TBC|
|Monday 22nd April||St Helens||Totally Wicked Stadium||Away||TBC|
|Sunday 28th April||Wakefield Trinity||KCOM Stadium||Home||3.00pm|
|Saturday 4th May||Catalans Dragons||KCOM Stadium||Home||3.00pm|
|Saturday 18th May||Warrington Wolves||Halliwell Jones Stadium||Away||3.00pm|
|Sat 25th/Sun 26th May||Magic Weekend||TBC||Neutral||TBC|
|Friday 7th June||Salford Red Devils||KCOM Stadium||Home||7.45pm|
|Thursday 13th June||Castleford Tigers||Mend-A-Hose Jungle||Away||7.45pm|
|Saturday 22nd June||Catalans Dragons||Stade Gilbert Brutus||Away||6.00pm|
|Thursday 27th June||Hull Kingston Rovers||KCOM Craven Park||Away||7.45pm|
|Friday 5th July||St Helens||KCOM Stadium||Home||7.45pm|
|Thursday 11th July||London Broncos||KCOM Stadium||Home||7.45pm|
|Sunday 21st July||Leeds Rhinos||Emerald Headingley Stadium||Away||3.00pm|
|Saturday 3rd August||Wigan Warriors||KCOM Stadium||Home||5.00pm|
|Sunday 11th August||Wakefield Trinity||Mobile Rocket Stadium||Away||3.00pm|
|Saturday 17th August||Salford Red Devils||KCOM Stadium||Home||5.00pm|
|Friday 30th August||Huddersfield Giants||KCOM Stadium||Away||7.45pm|
|Sunday 8th September||Castleford Tigers||Mend-A-Hose Jungle||Away||3.30pm|
|Friday 13th September||St Helens||KCOM Stadium||Home||7.45pm|