Hull City FC *FREE*

Hull City FC *FREE*

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The history of Hull City FC Football (Soccer) from Wikipedia.

Hull City Association Football Club /ˈhʌl ˈsɪti/ is an English association football club based in Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, founded in 1904. The club participates in the Premier League, the first tier of English football. In 2007–08 they achieved promotion to the top flight of English football for the first time in their history, by winning the Championship play-off final at Wembley Stadium. They finished the 2008–09 season 17th in the Premier League table, successfully avoiding relegation by one point. The previous highest position Hull City had finished in the Football League was third in the old Second Division in 1909–10, which they matched in 2007–08 when they gained promotion. Their greatest achievement in cup competitions came in 1930, when the team reached the semi-final of the FA Cup. After securing promotion on the final day of the 2012–13 season, the club will compete in the Premier League in the 2013–14 season.

Hull play their home games at the KC Stadium. They previously played at Boothferry Park, but moved to their current home in 2002, and Boothferry Park has now been demolished to make way for a housing development. They traditionally play in black and amber, often with a striped shirt design, hence their nickname The Tigers. The club's mascot is Roary the Tiger.

In August 2013, the club was re-registered as Hull City Tigers, Ltd, although the Premier League has announced it will refer to the club as 'Hull City' during the 2013–14 season.

Hull City Association Football Club was founded in June 1904. For some years previously, attempts had been made to found a football club, but this proved difficult because the city was then dominated by rugby league teams such as Hull and Hull Kingston Rovers. The club's first season as a professional football club consisted only of friendly matches; because of the date of its founding, the club was unable to apply for membership of the Football League for the 1904–05 season. The club's first friendly game and indeed their first ever was a 2–2 draw with Notts County on 1 September 1904 with 6,000 in attendance. These early matches were played at the Boulevard, the home of Hull. Hull's first competitive football match was in the FA Cup preliminary round, drawing 3–3 with Stockton on 17 September, but they were eliminated after losing the replay 4–1 on 22 September. After disputes with landlords at the Boulevard, Hull City moved to Anlaby Road Cricket Ground. After having played 44 friendly fixtures the previous season, Hull City were finally admitted into the Football League Second Division for the 1905–06 season. Other teams competing in the league that season included the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea, as well as Yorkshire rivals Barnsley, Bradford City and Leeds City. Hull faced Barnsley at home in their first game, a fixture which Hull won 4–1.[Eventually, Hull would finish the season in fifth place.

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