Hull FC have issued the following Match Day Info Guide featuring all the key information for spectators at tonight’s game against Leeds Rhinos at the MKM Stadium.
The game will act as our official homecoming as the Black & Whites play in front of an unrestricted crowd for the first time in over 16 months.
Please read the guide below in full before the match:
Before The Match
- Plan your journey in advance and arrive at the stadium in plenty of time – turnstiles open 90 minutes before kick-off. Normal entry points might be closed and additional stadium entry procedures will be in operation. Meanwhile, the Argyle Street footbridge will be open from 4pm.
- Assess whether you and your family are fit to attend the fixture. Those who are feeling unwell on the day of the game, or are showing any Covid-19 symptoms should not attend the fixture.
- Ensure you have your new membership card. All members are required to use their new membership card to access remaining home fixtures during the 2021 season, including tonight’s game. If you have not yet collected your card, they are available from the MKM Stadium retail store today.
- Book and prepare your tickets – tickets will remain available online via the club’s ticketing website up until 7.45pm on the day of the game. If you selected ‘print at home’ tickets, ensure your tickets are printed – there will be no facility to print your tickets at the stadium. If you selected e-tickets, ensure your tickets are accessible on your mobile device. If you haven’t already booked your tickets – click here to do so.
Arriving At The Stadium
- Supporters are advised that on-site parking is available at the stadium via the Walton Street car park, with the regular price of £5 per vehicle. Payments are cash only, and supporters are asked to bring the correct change.
- Please note that South Stand parking passes and normal disabled parking around the stadium perimeter is now back in full use. Passes are available to collect from the MKM Stadium retail store.
- To ensure maximum safety for everyone in attendance, all spectators are advised wear facemasks as soon as they enter the vicinity of the stadium, including in outside areas such as car parks, paths and walkways. This does not include those aged under 11 years old, and those who are medically exempt.
- Social distancing should be exercised where possible.
- We kindly ask that you do not approach any players or members of staff – they aren’t being rude, but they cannot stop to sign autographs and take selfies.
- While preparing to enter the stadium, ensure your tickets or membership card are ready to go – having your tickets out or on your screen will prevent longer waiting times for others.
- If scanning an e-ticket on your mobile device, please ensure your screen brightness is turned up – the scanner may not recognise your QR code if your brightness is low. Click on the QR code on your e-ticket to enlarge it, making it easier to scan.
- Supporters are advised that they can bring a plastic bottled drink with an unbroken seal, as well as snacks for personal consumption such as chocolate, crisps, or fruit.
- Please do not bring any large bags into the stadium larger than A4 sized. If you do need to bring any essential items (e.g. medication) then an A4 sized bag will be permitted within the Stadium. A full list of prohibited items can be found by clicking here
Inside The Ground
- Maintain good hygiene and use the hand sanitising stations provided around the ground. Wash hands regularly too when possible.
- Please note that one way systems will be in place around the stadium, including on concourses – follow the floor markings, instructions from stewards, and via the PA systems.
- Our food & drink kiosks will be open for this fixture – however, please note that our kiosks now only accept card payments.
- Supporters are kindly asked not to touch the match ball should it exit the field of play to help good hygiene for our players and match officials – a member of staff will be on hand to collect the ball should it land near you, and sanitise it appropriately.
- Supporters are advised to wear masks at all times when inside the stadium, including when in their seat.
Our outdoor family zone, located outside the West Stand, is back, and featuring plenty of fun to keep the kids entertained before kick-off, including inflatables, face-painting, and lots of fun activities!
Supporters will also be able to donate their old Hull FC clothing at our drop-off zone, with the Community Foundation now accepting donations to be given to the local homeless community. To find out more – click here
Jane Brooks Law Half-Time Draw
The Jane Brooks Law Half-Time Draw will return with physical tickets at tonight’s game!
You could win one of five cash prizes, with the top prize of £250 going to one lucky supporter!
Tickets cost just £1 and can be purchased from our sellers around the ground (you must be aged 18 or over).
The draw will take place during half-time of Friday’s game at the MKM Stadium, with results published on the club website and social media channels afterwards.
Great Balls of Fire
Great Balls Of Fire is also back in person, so be sure to look out for our ball cannon making its way around the stadium before kick-off!
If you catch the ball featuring the squad number of the player who scores the first try, you could win some top prizes!
Just head to our retail store with the ball to claim your prize!
Match Day Programme
Pick up a match day programme from around the KCOM Stadium ahead of the game, and catch up on everything you’ve missed while you’ve been away!
We’ve got a bit interview with Marc Sneyd as he prepares to make his 250th career appearance this evening, while we also catch up with Jamie Shaul as he nears his return to action.
We’re going Back To My Roots with Mahe Fonua, while our latest Jacuzzi Elite Performance blog foucses on the importance of warm-ups and gameday preperations with Paul Hatton!
Programmes will be priced at £3.