Hull City

If you are looking to travel away to watch your beloved team play against Hull City you will love the atmosphere at MKM Stadium.

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Hull City FC is a professional football club that play in the Championship which is the second tier of English Football. Managed by Liam Rosenior the side are having a rough season and find themselves in the bottom half of the table.

In our Hull City Football Club guide, we showcase all of the information from the squad, upcoming fixtures and results, and also the heritage of Hull City Football Club.

Hull City Registered Squad

Here is a list of the registered squad for Hull City 2023:

Goal Keepers

Matt Ingram7 (0)010
Ryan Allsop14 (0)010
Thimothee Lo-Tutala0 (0)000


Lewie Coyle16 (3)110
Ruben Vinagre7 (3)020
Jacob Greaves19 (0)060
James Furlong
Matty Jacob
Cyrus Christie10 (9)020
Alfie Taylor


Dogukan Sinik0 (1)000
Harry Vaughan1 (4)000
Tyler Morton12 (2)210
Alfie Jones19 (0)020
Sean McLoughlin12 (6)020
Adama Traoré14 (3)240
Jason Lokilo6 (8)020
Jean Seri20 (0)050
Andy Smith1 (0)000
Regan Slater9 (4)200
Jordan Hickey
Scott Twine15 (3)220
Harry Wood
Greg Docherty0 (6)010
Henry Sandat
Ahmed Salam
Tyrell Sellars-Fleming0 (1)000
Rocco Coyle
Martin Samuelsen
Vaughn Covil0 (1)000
Ozan Tufan7 (6)410
Tobias Figueiredo


Liam Delap18 (3)540
Allahyar Sayyadmanesh0 (3)020
Jaden Philogene-Bidace14 (0)630
William Jarvis
Leonardo Da Silva Lopes
Josh Hinds
Aaron Connolly7 (11)540

Current Hull City Manager

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Hull City Upcoming Fixtures

Upcoming GameCompetionOpponentVenue
Wed 13 20:00MiddlesbroughAway
Sat 16 15:00CardiffHome
Fri 22 19:45Bristol CityAway
Tue 26 15:00SunderlandHome
Fri 29 19:45BlackburnHome
Mon 01 17:15Sheff WedAway
Sat 06 15:00BirminghamHome
Sat 13 15:00NorwichHome
Sat 20 15:00SunderlandAway
Sat 27 15:00SouthamptonAway
Sat 03 15:00MillwallHome
Sat 10 15:00SwanseaHome
Tue 13 19:45RotherhamAway
Sat 17 15:00HuddersfieldAway
Sat 24 15:00West BromHome
Sat 02 15:00PrestonAway
Tue 05 19:45BirminghamHome
Sat 09 15:00LeicesterHome
Sat 16 15:00CoventryAway
Fri 29 14:00StokeHome
Mon 01 14:00LeedsAway
Sat 06 14:00CardiffAway
Wed 10 18:45MiddlesbroughHome
Sat 13 14:00QPRHome
Sat 20 14:00WatfordAway
Sat 27 14:00IpswichHome
Sat 04 14:00PlymouthAway

Hull City Previous Results

05 Aug 2023Norwich City v Hull CityL2-1League Championship
08 Aug 2023Hull City v Doncaster RoversL1-2League Cup
12 Aug 2023Hull City v Sheffield WednesdayW4-2League Championship
19 Aug 2023Blackburn Rovers v Hull CityW1-2League Championship
25 Aug 2023Hull City v Bristol CityD1-1League Championship
02 Sep 2023Leicester City v Hull CityW0-1League Championship
15 Sep 2023Hull City v Coventry CityD1-1League Championship
20 Sep 2023Hull City v Leeds UnitedD0-0League Championship
24 Sep 2023Stoke City v Hull CityW1-3League Championship
30 Sep 2023Hull City v Plymouth ArgyleD1-1League Championship
03 Oct 2023Ipswich Town v Hull CityL3-0League Championship
07 Oct 2023Millwall v Hull CityD2-2League Championship
21 Oct 2023Hull City v SouthamptonL1-2League Championship
25 Oct 2023Birmingham City v Hull CityW0-2League Championship
28 Oct 2023Hull City v Preston North EndW1-0League Championship
04 Nov 2023West Bromwich Albion v Hull CityL3-1League Championship
11 Nov 2023Hull City v Huddersfield TownW1-0League Championship
25 Nov 2023Swansea City v Hull CityD2-2League Championship
28 Nov 2023Hull City v Rotherham UnitedW4-1League Championship
02 Dec 2023Hull City v WatfordL1-2League Championship
09 Dec 2023Queens Park Rangers v Hull CityL2-0League Championship

Popular Questions

When was Hull City Football Club founded?

Hull City Football Club was founded on June 28, 1904.

What is Hull City Football Club’s home stadium called?

Hull City Football Club’s home stadium is called the KCOM Stadium. It has a capacity of 25,400 seats and has been the club’s home since it opened in 2002.

Has Hull City Football Club won any major trophies?

Hull City Football Club has never won any major trophies in their history. However, they have had some notable achievements, such as reaching the final of the FA Cup in 2014 and winning the Championship (second tier of English football) title twice, in 1966 and 2021.

Manager History

03/11/2022 – 30/06/2025Liam RoseniorEngland09/07/1984
01/10/2022 – 02/11/2022Andy DawsonEngland20/10/1978
27/01/2022 – 30/09/2022Shota ArveladzeGeorgia22/02/1973
01/07/2019 – 25/01/2022Grant McCannNorthern Ireland14/04/1980
07/12/2017 – 30/06/2019Nigel AdkinsEngland11/03/1965
09/06/2017 – 03/12/2017Leonid SlutskiyRussia04/05/1971
05/01/2017 – 25/05/2017Marco SilvaPortugal12/07/1977
23/07/2016 – 03/01/2017Mike PhelanEngland24/09/1962
01/07/2012 – 22/07/2016Steve BruceEngland31/12/1960
15/11/2011 – 08/05/2012Nick BarmbyEngland11/02/1974
01/07/2010 – 07/11/2011Nigel PearsonEngland21/08/1963
17/03/2010 – 30/06/2010Iain DowieNorthern Ireland09/01/1965
04/12/2006 – 15/03/2010Phil BrownEngland30/05/1959
01/07/2006 – 03/12/2006Phil ParkinsonEngland01/12/1967
14/10/2002 – 30/06/2006Peter TaylorEngland03/01/1953
04/04/2002 – 11/10/2002Jan MølbyDenmark04/07/1963
01/04/2000 – 28/02/2002Brian LittleEngland25/11/1953
21/11/1998 – 31/03/2000Warren JoyceEngland20/01/1965
01/02/1991 – 14/07/1997Terence DolanEngland11/06/1950
08/11/1989 – 31/01/1991Stan TernentEngland16/06/1946
01/07/1988 – 30/06/1989Eddie GrayScotland17/01/1948
01/06/1984 – 13/04/1988Brian HortonEngland04/02/1949
01/07/1982 – 30/06/1984Colin AppletonEngland07/03/1936
01/01/1982 – 30/06/1982Bobby BrownScotland19/03/1923
01/07/1979 – 30/06/1982Mike SmithWales30/11/1937
01/04/1978 – 31/12/1979Ken HoughtonEngland18/08/1939
01/09/1974 – 31/10/1977John KayeEngland03/03/1940
01/07/1970 – 30/06/1974Terry NeillNorthern Ireland08/05/1942
01/07/1961 – 30/11/1969Cliff BrittonEngland29/08/1909
15/03/1955 – 30/06/1961Bob BrocklebankEngland08/04/1908
01/07/1952 – 30/06/1955Bob JacksonEngland
01/07/1948 – 30/06/1951Raich CarterEngland21/12/1913
01/07/1946 – 30/04/1948Frank BuckleyEngland03/10/1882
01/02/1936 – 30/09/1936David MenziesScotland
01/03/1934 – 31/01/1936Jack HillEngland02/03/1897
01/07/1931 – 30/06/1934Haydn GreenEngland18/03/1887
01/07/1923 – 30/06/1931Bill McCrackenNorthern Ireland29/01/1883
01/07/1916 – 30/06/1921David MenziesScotland
15/04/1905 – 14/04/1913Ambrose LangleyEngland10/03/1870

Hull City Trophies

Division Three (North)Champion1932-33
Division Three (North)Champion1948-49
League Division ThreeRunner-up1958-59
League Division ThreeChampion1965-66
League Division FourRunner-up1982-83
League Division 3Runner-up2003-04
League OneRunner-up2004-05
League ChampionshipRunner-up2012-13
FA CupRunner-up2013-14
League OneChampion2020-21


Hull City Football Club is a professional football club based in Hull, England. The club was founded in 1904 and has played at the KCOM Stadium since 2002. Hull City’s style of play is typically characterized by a focus on possession-based football and attacking play.

Hull City has had some notable achievements throughout its history, including reaching the final of the FA Cup in 2014 and winning the Championship title twice, most recently in 2021. While the club has not won any major trophies, it is known for its passionate supporters and the strong sense of community that surrounds it.

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