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MKM Stadium

The outstanding 25,586 all-seater MKM Stadium opened its doors on Wednesday December 18 2002, as the Tigers beat Sunderland 1-0 in a friendly to mark the occasion. The club's first competitive match at the stadium was against Hartlepool United on Boxing Day 2002, a game that Hull City won by a score of 2–0. The stadium has also been chosen to host multiple England under-21 football fixtures including UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying matches.

As well as the Tigers, the venue is home to one of Hull's rugby league teams Hull F.C. and has hosted numerous rugby league international matches and the 2020 Super League Grand Final.

Outside of sport, the MKM has also seen live music performances from the likes of Sir Elton John, Bon Jovi, The Who, Neil Diamond, Bryan Adams, R.E.M. and JLS.

  • Ian Blakey
  • Gordon Clarke
  • Allan Patmore
  • Pam Piercy
  • Richard Ashton
  • Ian Glenton
  • Cllr. Bryan Bradley
  • Cllr. Trevor Larsen
  • The amateur and professional sports clubs
  • John North
  • John Topliss
  • And other officers of the city council
  • Cllr. Steven Bayes
  • Cllr. Fred Beedle
  • Cllr. Mima Beedle
  • Cllr. Bryan Bradley
  • Cllr. Ken Branson
  • Cllr. Simone Butterworth
  • Cllr. John Considine
  • Cllr. Barry Dibnah
  • Cllr. Patrick Doyle
  • Cllr. Patricia Ellis
  • Cllr. David Gemmell
  • Cllr. Geraldine Gough
  • Cllr. Darren Hale
  • Cllr. Paul Hepton
  • Cllr. Colin Inglis
  • Cllr. Trevor Larsen
  • Cllr. Kath Lavery
  • Cllr. Tom McVie
  • Cllr. Carl Minns
  • Cllr. Katrina Peat
  • Cllr. Janet Toker
  • Cllr. Keith Toon

Contractor: Birse Stadia

Architect: The Miller Partnership

Concept Architect: Arup Associates

Structural & Civil Engineer: Anthony Hunt Associates

Landscape Architect: Weddle Landscape Design

Project Manager: Drivers Jonas

Quantity Surveyor: David Langdon & Everest