MKM Stadium

25586 seats
MKM Stadium
Official Stadium Name MKM Stadium
Former Names KCOM Stadium (2016–2021)
KC Stadium (2002–2016)
Alternative Names Hull City Stadium
Inauguration Date 18/12/2002
Opening Game Hull City 1-0 Sunderland
Opening Game Date 18/12/2002
Attendance Record 25280
Record Match (U21) England 3-2 Netherlands
Record Date 17/02/2004
Renovations 2007
Design The Miller Partnership
Arup Sport
Cost £44 million
Owner Hull City Council
Operator Stadium Management Company
Tenants Hull City (2003-present)
EFL Championship
Pitch Dimension 105x68 meters
Surface Desso GrassMaster

Location and Contacts

Continent Europe
City Hull
Address Walton St, Hull HU3 6HU
Coordinates 53°44'28" - N 0°22'2" E
Telephone +44 1482 504600
Website Official Website

In-Game Details

Category Real
Shadows Moderate
UT Quality Silver Common
Default Time 17:00
Camera Height 15
Camera Zoom 9
Customization Tifos
Stadium Themes
Home FIFA/FC Clubs Hull City
FIFA/FC Editions FC 24 | FC 25 | FIFA 15 | FIFA 16 | FIFA 17 | FIFA 18 | FIFA 19 | FIFA 20 | FIFA 21 | FIFA 22 | FIFA 23

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Stadium History

The idea to build a new stadium came about in 1997, when existing Boothferry Park was fund well below stricter standards of ‘post-Taylor’ reform. However, insufficient funding initially blocked the development. Thorough analysis of several plots in the city and outside Hull ended with West Park being selected. The place is both near city centre and in a fair distance from homes, not deteriorating residents’ comfort on matchdays.

Planning and design were done by Arup Sport and Miller Partnership – both companies renowned for their other English stadium work. Single-tiered bowl (topped by a second tier only on the west side) were to accommodate between 25 and 30,000 people. Though capacity was finally left at 25,000, possibility to expand by adding another tier to the east still remains. 28 skyboxes are included in capacity, all located between tiers of the main stand. Stadium is owned by the municipality as it provided £42 out of £44 million. This was possible when Hull sold their shares in Kingston Communications, stadium name sponsor. Despite some difficulties along the way, construction ended within expected budget and schedule (14 months).

Both football and rugby sides provide week-to-week use for the ground nowadays, though City are said to be analyzing a possible move due to inability to buy the stadium from the municipality. National teams in both disciplines also play some fixtures here, though the stadium isn’t of major importance nationwide. Summer concerts bring stars every year, with the likes of Elton John, Bon Jovi or R.E.M. playing.