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When were Hull City in the Premier League?

Despite a promising start, it would take the club over hundred years to reach the top-flight, which finally happened in the 2008-09 season when they participated in the Premier League for the first time.

Hull were relegated from the Premier League after the 2014–15 season , finishing eighteenth with 35 points after a 0–0 draw against Manchester United, along with Newcastle United securing their Premier League Status after beating West Ham United 2–0.

Since then, they have been relegated to the Championship and promoted again. Since their election to the Football League in 1905, Hull have spent 5 seasons in the first tier, 60 in the second, 29 (plus the abandoned 1939–40 season) in the third, and 10 in the fourth (current to the end of the 2019–20 season).

Kingston upon Hull, United KingdomHull F.C. / Location

When did Hull City get relegated from the Premiership?

Hull were relegated from the Premier League after the 2014–15 season , finishing eighteenth with 35 points after a 0–0 draw against Manchester United, along with Newcastle United securing their Premier League Status after beating West Ham United 2–0.

FA CupHull City / League

Boothferry Park was a football stadium in Hull, England, which was home to Hull City A.F.C. from 1946 until 2002, when they moved to the KC Stadium.

Hull City AFC Training GroundHull City / Training ground

When was Hull FC founded?

1865Hull F.C. / Year founded

The club has been a member of the Football League since 1905, and the best result in Division one is the 16th place in 2013-2014 , in their second session in the Premier League. The best result in the FA Cup was for a long time the semi-finals in 1930 until they reach the final in 2014.

Hull Kingston Rovers were formed in 1882, as Kingston Amateurs, by a group of young workers in the shipping industry in West Hull. They played their first season in 1883/84, wearing red jerseys with a blue band, on a very primitive rented ground off Albert Street (now Gillett Street) on Hessle Road.

Old Craven Park was a rugby league and greyhound racing stadium in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England .

Do Hull KR own their ground?

Hull KR have completed the purchase of Craven Park with an exclusive option to secure the surrounding land from Hull City Council. The deal, which has been in the works for several years, means the club own the ground for the first time since the late-1990s.

The stadium was previously called the KC Stadium, but was renamed the KCOM Stadium as part of a major rebrand by the stadium's sponsors, telecommunications provider KCOM, on 4 April 2016. In June 2021, it was renamed the MKM Stadium as part of a five-year sponsorship with MKM Building Supplies.

Hull City's relegation from the Premier League was confirmed on 3 May 2010 , after a 2–2 draw at Wigan Athletic.

December 18, 2002MKM Stadium / Opened

When was MKM stadium built?

December 18, 2002MKM Stadium / Opened

20MKM Stadium / Age

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Hull Paragon Station is the closest station to the KCOM Stadium and is operated by TransPennine Express. It is a 20-minute walk from the stadium along a sign-posted route that uses Londesborough Street.

Is Hull City in the Premier League?

Hull City players and staff celebrate promotion to the Premier League for the first time in their history , which was achieved after victory in the 2008 Football League Championship play-off Final.

Hull City's relegation from the Premier League was confirmed on 3 May 2010 , after a 2–2 draw at Wigan Athletic. On 3 June, season tickets for the club's 2010–11 season in the Football League Championship went on general release sale. After relegation, the club handed over their share on Friday, 4 June.