Hull City

Watch The U23s For Free At The KCOM On Saturday

14 September 2017
Supporters of all ages are invited to watch the Tigers' Under-23s in action completely free of charge when Jon Beale's side host Coventry City at the KCOM Stadium immediately after the first team's Sky Bet Championship clash with Sunderland on Saturday.

The Professional Development League fixture will kick-off at 5pm, around 15 minutes after the completion of the first-team fixture, with admission to the KCOM for the Under-23 match free for all fans.

Any supporters who are not attending the first-team fixture against the Black Cats but wish to watch the Development Squad match will be able to enter the Stadium via Gates 12-16 in the South West corner, which will open shortly before 5pm.

Speaking ahead of Saturday’s Development Squad fixture against the Sky Blues, Academy Manager Jon Beale said: “It’s great for our Academy players to experience playing at the KCOM Stadium, and it’s an experience the players can only benefit from.

“We want the lads to enjoy the whole experience, so to have plenty of supporters in the stands cheering them on would be great for them.

“It’s free admission for all fans, so hopefully everyone will take full advantage of that and stay to support what are potentially the next generation of Hull City players.”

The game will take place on the same day the Club celebrates its partnership with global conservation charity WWF, whose logo features on all of our Academy teams’ shirts this season.

The day will be filled with a variety of experiences and entertainment for all ages, beginning outside before heading inside the stadium to the concourses, hospitality suites and of course the WWF Family Zone.

You can become a tiger protector by visiting wwf.org.uk/hull and help support the mission to double wild tiger numbers by 2022!

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