MKM Stadium

The MKM Stadium, also know as the Hull City Stadium is located in Kingston upon Hull, England. It is the home ground of Hull City AFC and was completed in 2002. The stadium is owned by Hull City Council. The stadium hosts two tenants, Hull City AFC and rugby league football club Hull FC. Hull City AFC moved to the MKM Stadium in 2002 from their former stadium Boothferry Park.

Location: The Circle, Walton Street Anlaby, Hull, England

Public Transport: Hull Paragon is the nearest train station and approximately a 20-minute walk from the MKM Stadium.

Capacity: 25,686

Official Tickets:

Fixtures: Next Matches

Bootferry Park

Boothferry Park was the football stadium of Hull City AFC Erin 1946 until 2022. Attendances fell throughout the 1990s as Hull suffered a further relegation in 1996 and financial problems almost put the club out of business, with strained finances meaning that Boothferry Park was not properly maintained and fell into increasing disrepair. By 1998, however, a move to an all-seater stadium elsewhere was in the pipeline, and Hull left Boothferry Park in December 2002 after 56 years.

Location: Hull, England

Capacity: 15,160

Demolished: 2008-2010

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