Hull City 2023/2024 Squad, Players, Stadium, Kits, and much more

The Hull City Association Football Club is a professional football club based in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, and competes in the EFL Championship. They have played home games at MKM Stadium since moving from Boothferry Park in 2002.

The club’s traditional home shirt is black and amber, often with a striped design, hence their nickname, The Tigers. They maintain rivalries in the Humber derby with Scunthorpe United and Grimsby Town.

Here in this article, you will learn about Hull City 2022/23 Players, Squad, History, Stadium, Nickname, Kits, and more.

Hull City Profile Summary

TeamHull City Association Football Club
Nickname(s)The Tigers
Home StadiumKCOM Stadium
Stadium Capacity25,400
LocationKingston upon Hull
Founded1904
Websitehttp://www.hullcitytigers.com/
League2022–23 EFL Championship
ManagerShota Arveladze

About Hull City

The club was founded in 1904 and admitted to the Football League two years later. They remained in the Second Division until relegation in 1930. Hull won the Third Division North title in 1932–33 but was relegated three years later. They won the Third Division North under Raich Carter in 1948-49, remaining in the second tier for seven seasons.

Having been promoted again in 1958–59, they were relegated the following season and remained in the Third Division until being promoted as champions under Cliff Britton in 1965–66. Twelve seasons in the second tier culminated in two relegations in four years in 1981. They were promoted from the Fourth Division at the end of the 1982–83 campaign and were beaten finalists in the inaugural Associate Members’ Cup in 1984.

Hull was relegated in 1991 and again in 1996 but secured back-to-back promotions in 2003-04 and 2004-05. The club won the 2008 play-off final to earn a place in the Premier League. They were relegated after two seasons but were promoted from the Championship in 2012-13. Hull played in their first FA Cup final in 2014, losing 3-2 to Arsenal after extra time.

Relegated from the Premier League the following year, they returned for a third time with victory in the 2016 play-off final. They were relegated from the Premier League just a year later before dropping to the third tier in 2020. Hull secured promotion immediately as League One champions at the end of the 2020-21 campaign.

Hull City 2023/2024 players Squad?

Squad Numbers:

1 Matt Ingram

2 Lewie Coyle – Club Captain

3 Rúben Vinagre

4 Jacob Greaves

5 Alfie Jones

6 Sean McLoughlin

7 Ozan Tufan

8 Greg Docherty

9 Allahyar Sayyadmanesh

10 Adama Traoré

11 Doğukan Sinik

14 Harry Vaughan

16 Ryan Longman

18 Xavier Simons

19 Óscar Estupiñán

20 Liam Delap

21 Brandon Fleming

22 Jason Lokilo

24 Jean Michaël Seri

26 Andy Smith

27 Regan Slater

29 Matty Jacob

31 Vaughn Covil

32 Thimothée Lo-Tutala

33 Cyrus Christie

34 David Robson

44 Aaron Connolly

Hull City Home Stadium

MKM Stadium (also known as Hull City Stadium due to UEFA sponsorship regulations) is a multi-use facility in Kingston upon Hull, England. The stadium was previously called KC Stadium but was renamed KCOM Stadium as part of a major rebranding by the stadium’s sponsor, KCOM, on April 4, 2016.

In June 2021, it was renamed MKM Stadium as part of a five-year sponsorship. With MKM Building Supplies. Conceived in the late 1990s, it was completed in 2002 at approximately £44 million. The stadium is owned by Hull City Council and operated by the Stadium Management Company (SMC), which previously considered expanding the stadium’s capacity up to 32,000.

Hull City Home Stadium
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The bowl-shaped stadium contains a single continuous tier of seats with a second tier on the west side. Its current capacity is 25,400. The stadium is home to two tenants, association football club Hull City AFC, who moved there from Boothferry Park, and rugby league football club Hull FC, who moved in from the Boulevard.

It is also the largest rugby league stadium in England. The ground also hosts international and rugby league soccer competitions and serves as a venue for concerts by musical artists such as Elton John and The Who.

Hull City Kit

The Umbro Hull City 2023/2024 Home Football Shirt returns to the club’s traditional black and amber stripes, with white stripe trim and a tiger pattern. Other features of the Umbro Hull City 2023/2024 Shirt include a ribbed V-neck, ribbed cuffs, and a ‘Tigers’ signature on the back of the neck.

Hull City Kit
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Umbro team the Hull City AFC 2023/2024 Home Football Shirt with black shorts and socks. The release date for Hull City’s 2022-23 home strip will be announced: “in due course”.

Kit sponsorship

Kit sponsorship of Hull City by Umbro in 2022-23.

Hull City world rankings

Hull City’s world rank number is 381.

Hull City trophies

EFL Championship (tier 2)

  • 2nd place promotion: 2012–13
  • Play-off winners: 2007–08, 2015–16

Football League Third Division / Third Division North / League One (tier 3)

  • Champions: 1932–33, 1948–49, 1965–66, 2020–21
  • 2nd place promotion: 1958–59, 2004–05
  • 3rd place promotion: 1984–85

Football League Fourth Division / League Two (tier 4)

  • 2nd place promotion: 1982–83, 2003–04

FA Cup

  • Runners-up: 2014

Football League Trophy

  • Runners-up: 1984

Watney Cup

  • Runners-up: 1973

FAQs

Who is Hull City’s highest earner?

Dimitris Polkas has the highest salary at Hull, earning £35,000 per week.

What is Hull City’s yearly wage bill in 2023?

Hull City’s total salary bill is £18,823,480 per year.

What is Hull City’s monthly wage bill in 2023?

Hull City’s total salary bill is £361,990 per week.

What league does Hull City play in?

Hull plays in the Sky Bet Championship, England’s second division of men’s professional football.

Conclusion

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Source: FootballArroyo.co.uk

Muhammad Saleem is an aspiring writer and Admin at Football Arroyo. He is a fabulous Football writer, and a huge football fan. He is also a football fan since childhood and has a keen interest in regional sports events coverage.

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