I doubt very much that you have ever set foot inside the stadium and looking at your other reviews you seem to write vitriolic bullshit.
10 reviews of The KC Stadium in English
A very good modern stadium. Wasted in the Championship.
The best feature is the Park and Ride facility.
No more queuing for hours to get out of grounds. The buses are waiting for you on the main road after the game. 10 minute journey and you are in your car. 15 minutes and your back on the A road.
A nice touch
Outside the ground is a big park where you can relax before going into the ground.
Like most football stadiums, around the ground is full of pubs, but the 1 thing I didn’t like is that there are no decent places to go for a pint.
Everywhere was rund down or full of scum bags looking angrily into their pint.
The stadium was class. Loads of leg room. great views. and the Fan banter was what you expect.
The standard chants.
If your an away fan, get to the park and ride. 100% . otherwise you will be stuck!
After all these years, the women's toilets still do not have mirrors or hot water! Add that to the fact that the queues at half time are massive and most of the staff can't understand you, I am really let down by the company that takes care of the stadium.
BUT my beloved Hull City play here, so it's not all bad!
Great stadium, great facilities. I take my disabled dad in wheelchair with no access problems. Only downside is getting away at the end as traffic management is non-existant.
Food and drink a bit pricey but that's life I guess.
Waiting to see what the football will be like under Iain Dowie!!!
Great stadium and facilities, very family orientated, with plenty to do before the game if you have kids. Shame it's not a tad bigger in terms of capacity, as it's difficult to get tickets for the football team's matches. What's really special, is the dedicated walkway from town to the stadium, although dozens of buses are available outside after the final whistle. A great venue for a great team.
An 'ok’ stadium, but when considering that it is shared by rugby clubs as well as outside events, i was surprised at how well maintained it was…especially the pitch having seen the mess eugby matches makes of football pitches usually.
We drove past this stadium once before we realised that yes, this was the 'famous’ home of Hull, a little overwhelming really as it does look like a bit of a cardboard box stadium but decent enough.
There are pubs nearby for a pre and post match drink, but for me the best thing was getting away from the carpark quickly so we could head home!
Despite its name, this is a fantastic stadium. Despite been a little smaller than a standard Premiership stadium, it is still roomy, with an excellent sound system and visuals, which help emphasise the match excitement. The facilities are clean and plenty of opportunities for refreshments.
Main criticism is the lack of security when things start to get a bit rough.
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gecko2, 7 May 2012:
went to see the who there, absolutley fantastic seen a couple of matches too city didn’t win back then but never mind, good concert venue by all accounts but trying to get tickets for games now is increasingly difficult.
Home of Hull FC rugby and Hull City football clubs. This stadium also hosts pop concerts in the summer and being built only recently has excellent in ground facilities. The only downside is the poor access meaning that if you park at the ground you may find it slow to get out after events. Worth visiting though.
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