The Kingston Communications Stadium,
The Official Website: http://www.hullcityafc.net/
Manager: Phil Brown.
Black and amber shirts.
Black and amber socks.
The club was founded in 1904 and played for the first three years at the Boulevard rugby league ground.
The arrangement did not last long as the Rugby League banned all football clubs from playing on their grounds.
They eventually moved to the ground of Hull Cricket Club before moving to Boothferry Park.
After a turbulent recent period the club has been taken over by new owners.
The club now play their games at the 25,000 capacity Kingston Communications Stadium on the site of the former Cricket Club.
Record Victory: 11 - 1 v Carlisle U , Div 3 14th Jan 1939.
Record Defeat: 0 - 8 v Wolves, Div 2 4th Nov 1911.
Most capped player: Terry Neil, 15, Northern Ireland.
Most League appearances: Andy Davidson - 520. From 1952-1968.