Tickets selling fast for Hull FC v St Helens
Tickets for Hull FC's Super League clash against St Helens on Sunday are flying out of the KC Stadium as fans flock to secure their seats for an eagerly-anticipated game that will take on an exciting Jubilee theme.by NRL
Tickets for Hull FC's Super League clash against St Helens on Sunday are flying out of the KC Stadium as fans flock to secure their seats for an eagerly-anticipated game that will take on an exciting Jubilee theme.
With the Black and Whites offering the best Jubilee celebrations in the city during a bumper bank holiday weekend, there has never been a better time to cheer on Peter Gentle's side as they seek revenge to a controversial derby defeat to Hull KR when they take on last year's Grand Finalists.
But while the action on the field will take care of itself, supporters have been just as excited about plans to present a fun-filled fan park for the clash between two of Super League's top six sides.
It will see an extravaganza of an events held for fans in the build-up to the game on nearby West Park, including fairground rides, quad bikes, archery, craft stalls and balloon modelling as Hull FC become the focal point for Jubilee celebrations in the city.
There'll also be the pomp and ceremony of a vintage open-top bus, plenty of flags, live music, rugby coaching sessions and much more in an event that will not only provide families with the perfect day out on a four-day bank holiday weekend, but also help to raise funds for the Hull FC Foundation, the charity arm of the club.
Meanwhile, inside the ground, fans will be entertained by a Queen tribute act performing inside the stadium plus a raucous rendition of God Save The Queen led by local classical singer Leroy Vickers.
With a carnival atmosphere for supporters guaranteed, tickets for the match have been flying out of the KC Stadium ticket office thanks to some great value-for-money prices, including a discount for everyone running in the Hull 10k race on the morning of the game.
In the family area of the West Stand, an adult and child could watch the game and soak up the atmosphere for just &;25, while a family of four can cheer on their team for just &;50.
And with additional junior tickets bought in conjunction with these offers costing just &;9 each, the Black and Whites really are a perfect choice for families.
There are also some bargain prices to be had in the South Stand, where every ticket costs less than &;20 to be part of a cracking day at the KC Stadium.
Tickets for the match are available in person from the KC Stadium ticket office or by calling 01482 505 600.
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