Hull City supporters are set to return to the MKM Stadium this weekend for the first time since February 2020.
Everyone at the Club is very excited to welcome back our fans after 17 long months apart and we hope you all have an enjoyable experience upon your return.
While government restrictions have now been relaxed, we ask that supporters continue with certain measures to help make your visit as safe as possible.
We politely ask that all supporters are respectful and considerate towards others whose circumstances may differ to their own.
Supporters are asked to arrive early to avoid large crowds and prevent queues from building up at the turnstiles.
We encourage supporters to continue sanitising their hands and wear face coverings when entering the ground, on the concourses and in our Tiger Leisure store. Face coverings may be removed to consume food and drink. Face coverings do not need to be worn in the seating bowl.
At the end of the match, anyone who wishes to remain seated to allow the crowd to disperse may do so.
Turnstiles will open from 10:30am. The Dugout Bar will be closed for this match.
Parking is available to home and away supporters on the Walton Street car park, charged at £5 per vehicle (cash only) and free for blue badge holders.
A reminder that the matchday concourses at the MKM Stadium are now cashless. The move is designed to help reduce queues, increase speed of service, improve hygiene and avoid cross contamination.
The MKM Stadium now operates new prohibited items, with restrictions on bags and flasks – full list.
The stadium will not be able to store prohibited items; therefore, it is important that supporters do not bring these items with them. The SMC cannot accept liability for any item left at the turnstiles.
Supporters planning on travelling to the match via the M62 are advised to expect travel disruptions.
Tickets for Saturday’s pre-season friendly at home to Mansfield Town remain on sale.
Memberships are also on sale now ahead of the new season and guarantee a seat for every home league fixture, while offering a range of other benefits.