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Away days: Hull City

Hull City v Swansea City

Saturday, December 22 (5.30pm)

Address: KCOM Stadium, The Circle, Walton Street, Hull, HU3 6HU

Distance from the Liberty: 273.6 miles

SEAT ALLOCATION

Away fans are housed in the North-East corner of the stadium, where you can enjoy good facilities and a great view of the action. Food on offer includes burgers and Holland’s pies, while you can enter the stadium via the electronic turnstiles.

PARKING

There is a huge car park just outside the stadium, where it costs £5 to leave your vehicle, but be prepared for a lengthy wait to exit after the game. Alternatively, there is a park-and-ride facility signposted off the A63, while there are many town centre car parks that are within walking distance of the stadium. These include the Hull Royal Infirmary hospital and Pryme Street multi-storey – both of which are recommended – as is the housing estate directly opposite the hospital, where there is plenty of free street parking available.

BY TRAIN

From Swansea, the journey to Hull Paragon Railway Station takes just under seven hours on average. The stadium is one-and-a-half miles from there and will take around 20 minutes to walk to.

Trains leave Swansea at 8.54am, 9.29am, 9.33am and 9.54am. However, there are no return journeys after the game, so an overnight stay will be required.

WHAT’S ON?

Carols by Candlelight at Hull City Hall – December 21

Boney M & Odyssey at Hull City Hall – December 22

LOL Comedy Club at Hull City Hall – December 22

The Sweet at The Welly – December 22

Cinderella at Hull New Theatre – All weekend

 

 

NEARBY PUBS

The Boot Room (HU3 6NS) – 0.4 miles from the KCOM Stadium

Bowery (HU5 3QA) – 0.4 miles

Pave (HU5 3QA) – 0.4 miles

The Park View (HU3 6JB) – 0.5 miles

The New Walton Club (HU3 6JR) – 0.6 miles

The Avenue (HU5 3TS) – 1 mile

NEARBY HOTELS

The Albert Hotel (HU3 6PB) – 0.2 miles from the KCOM Stadium

Vale Hotel (HU3 2SG) – 0.3 miles

Carlton Hotel (HU3 6QR) – 0.3 miles

Earlsmere Guesthouse (HU3 1LQ) – 0.3 miles

The Gilson Hotel (HU1 2PJ) – 0.3 miles

Swans fans can pay on the day at the KCOM Stadium.

The Swans visit the Tigers looking to secure a third consecutive league win, with Graham Potter’s side having beaten Brentford and Sheffield Wednesday in recent outings.

Babies/toddlers under the age of two will not be admitted to the stadium as they are not deemed able to occupy a seat which comprises the stadium's safety certificate.

Unaccompanied children under the age of 14 will not be admitted into the KC Stadium.

Supporters can pay cash or card from the Pitch Side Bar which is situated next to stiles one to five and will open from 3.30pm.

All away tickets are priced £12.

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