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It was family day that Hull FC help every year and it was fantasic atosphere before and during the match. The stadium Itself was good, wish the pricing of the beer would be less it's the only issue that ruins the venue
Well at least Hull's new home is closer to the city then the last one, but it is hard to access the stadium from the Anlaby Road side due to bridges etc. It's quite tidy, thete a shop and food outleys but, a new ground...More
wouldnt go here if you paid me twice, no parking , over priced warm beer, i wouldnt feed the food to my dog and they certainly know how to charge, no on street parking anywhere near it so that leaves you the hardcore parking area...More
Great for business gatherings party’s etc. Events are great to hold at this venue and staff are lovely to work with although if it’s business related I suggest working with the people higher up to make sure your wishes are met.
Good, new stadium with good views of the game. We were here to watch Hull FC play rugby league in the Super League. There was lots of parking nearby for £5 although long queues to get to stadium so I’d suggest public transport.
Quite some time since visiting this site. Lots of activities regarding football here and we do get a lot of celebrities a lot of them famous for their talents, singers etc. The City Council box office will provide future artists etc.and when they are performing....More
Although Hull is proud of the two Rugby teams it has and is in the main still a rugby City this stadium is great and a credit to Hull who recently were in the Premiership and with this stadium desrve to get back there in...More
I can't help with this, sorry. My guess is that would be dependent on the show, artist or something along those lines - they'd be unlikely to make The Chuckle Brothers' Farewell UK Tour eighteen plus, while allowing six year... More
I can't help with this, sorry. My guess is that would be dependent on the show, artist or something along those lines - they'd be unlikely to make The Chuckle Brothers' Farewell UK Tour eighteen plus, while allowing six year olds in to see the Royal Shakespeare Company's ill-reputed version of The Last Tango in Paris...