This match offers a great chance for our younger fans to cheer on the Whites at the Cottage.
Tickets for Under 16s are just £1 in the Hammersmith End, Putney End, Blocks SL and ZL of the Riverside Stand when purchased in advance (prices will increase to £5 on matchday).
*£1 tickets are only available in advance and subject to availability, under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.
Family Category prices apply to this match. Blocks P1 and P2 are Cottage Corner.
|J Haynes||E, EL, F, FL||£45||£45||£45|
|J Haynes||D, DL, G, GL||£45||£25||£15|
|J Haynes||B, BL, C, CL J, JL, H, HL||£35||£20||£5|
All prices exclude Booking Fees:
disabled tickets – by phone on 0843 208 1234 (option 3) – Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm
* Lower booking fees compared to telephone booking.
Juniors: under 16 (under 14s must be accompanied by an adult).
Concessions: Young Person - under 21. Under 21 prices are not available to purchase after midday on matchdays (Saturday/Sunday) and after 4pm for midweek matches.
Concessions: Senior - over 65.
Supporters with Junior and Concession tickets are reminded to bring ID to the stadium in the event of being asked for proof of age on matchday.
Lost Season Tickets / Match Tickets
Fans must report to Ticket Office where valid ID must be shown. £5 is charged to replace a lost access card.
More information can be found here.
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Felix Magath said after last week’s defeat to Tottenham Hotspur that his side are relying on their home games – the first of which sees Hull City visit SW6 on Saturday (3pm).
Fulham currently sit two points behind 17th-placed Norwich City and, with nine points to play for, will be hoping to be in a much more prosperous position by the end of the weekend.
Although considered by many to be free from relegation concerns, Hull will not be celebrating safety until it’s a mathematical certainty. They’re only six points off the drop zone and three of their remaining four fixtures are away from home, whilst their sole remaining outing at the KC Stadium is against UEFA Champions League-chasing Everton.
A solid enough start to the season had them sitting in the top half of the table at the beginning of December following a 3-1 victory over title hopefuls Liverpool, but just one win from their subsequent 11 league matches curtailed their progress over the next two months.
But four wins over struggling sides – Sunderland, Cardiff City, West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City – since have steadied the ship somewhat, although Steve Bruce would no doubt like a few more points on the board sooner rather than later.
A huge highlight for the Tigers this season is a first ever FA Cup Final appearance when they meet Arsenal on 17th May. Bruce’s side saw off Middlesbrough, Southend United, Brighton & Hove Albion (following a Replay), Sunderland and Sheffield United to reach the Wembley showpiece.
Hull City 6-0 Fulham 28.12.2013
Arguably the lowest point in Fulham’s season came at the KC Stadium during the festive period as a second-half onslaught earned Hull an emphatic win.
After a fairly dour opening 45, the home side flew out of the blocks following the restart and took the lead through Ahmed Elmohamady’s accurate poked volley inside a crowded penalty area on 49 minutes.
Some suspect defending presented Robert Koren with an easy finish for 2-0 on the hour mark, before George Boyd fired a low effort into the corner of the net from the edge of the area a few minutes later.
Tom Huddlestone got in on the act shortly after when he rifled a strike beyond David Stockdale with his left foot. The midfielder then saw his highly ambitious free-kick from 40 yards tipped onto the bar by Stockdale, and Matty Fryatt was in the right place to tap in the rebound.
Koren grabbed his second of the game and Hull’s sixth late on when he passed into an empty net after another good save by Stockdale.
Tom Huddlestone: In sparkling form in the 6-0 back in December, Tom Huddlestone has proven to be one of the buys of the season and has been a virtual ever-present for Hull, missing just one league game, and that was because of suspension. The 27-year-old has a fine range of passing in his locker and is also capable of scoring spectacular goals – he’s the lynchpin in the Hull midfield.
Nikica Jelavic: A January signing from Everton – for whom he once scored a brace against Fulham – Nikica Jelavic has notched three times for his new club, but is without a goal in his previous seven outings. Nonetheless, his physical presence makes him a difficult striker to defend against, and he is as much a threat in the air as he is on the floor. He’ll be hoping to make Croatia’s World Cup squad this summer after featuring regularly during qualifying.
Curtis Davies: Another whose signing has been pivotal to Hull’s success this season, Curtis Davies has impressed upon his return to the Premier League following a two-year spell in the Championship with Birmingham City. An athletic centre-back who was tipped to go on to become an England regular when he broke through at Luton Town, Davies is one of the first names on Bruce’s teamsheet and regularly captains the side.