Fans arriving in the city centre are encouraged to walk to the stadium, and there is a well-lit, signposted pedestrian route, and it takes about half an hour from the centre of Hull.
A link between the stadium and Londesborough Street/Argyle Street gives easy access to and from the city centre by foot. There are also sign-posted pedestrian routes from the bus and railway stations, Pryme Street car park and from Rawling Way.
Hull Paragon Interchange station [HUL]
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.
It offers the following services:
Buses to the stadium can be found at Hull Paragon Interchange. You can take bus route 350 to Anlaby Road in roughly 20 minutes, leaving a short walk to the stadium.
There are excellent EYMS and Stagecoach bus services from around the city. Most routes terminate in the city centre bus station, off Ferensway, leaving a short and convenient 10-minute walk from the stadium using the sign-posted routes.
60 Taxis - 01482 606060
35 Taxis - 01482 353535
KC Stadium is served by the following main roads:
The Walton Street car park has 1100 parking spaces. It costs £5 and is free for Blue Badge Holders. It is closed for a period every October, coinciding with the annual Hull Fair.
There is a park-and-ride service with 650 free parking spaces at Priory Park, with a bus to the city centre dropping off and picking up outside the stadium. The trip takes around 15 minutes and return tickets are priced at £2.50.
KCOM Stadium capacity at start of the Season: 24,983
Pitch size: 105m x 68m
Stadium address: The KCOM Stadium, West Park, Hull, HU3 6HU
Phone: +44 (0) 1482 504600
Hull City was founded in 1905 and since 2002, they have played their matches at the KCOM Stadium, which they share with rugby league side Hull FC.
The all-seater bowl-shaped venue took 14 months to complete and was opened with a friendly against Sunderland, midfielder Steve Melton scoring the first goal at the ground as Hull sealed a 1-0 victory.
The complex also has a 1,500 seater indoor arena, a skate park, all-weather pitches, health club and library, and is set amongst 34 acres of parkland.