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Chris Chilton: Book of Condolence

2 June 2021

The Club has opened a Book of Condolence following the passing of our record goalscorer Chris Chilton last month.

Chris was a hero to the thousands and thousands of fans that watched him play for Hull City between 1960 and 1971, a period in which he scored an incredible 222 goals in 477 appearances. 

His goalscoring feats are legendary in the Tigers’ history books and fans are invited to share some of their memories in the Book of Condolence which has been placed inside the Tiger Leisure store at the KCOM Stadium. 

Supporters can write as much or as little as they wish in the book, which will be passed on to the Chilton family. 

Tiger Leisure is open from 9am-5pm Monday to Saturday, with the book remaining in place until 5pm on Tuesday 8th June. Supporters should bring their own pen if possible, although pens, hand gel and anti-bac wipes will be available alongside the book. Please note that, should the store reach capacity, supporters may be asked to wait outside for a short time to maintain social distancing.


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