The KCOM Stadium is the home of Super League side Hull FC. Premier League football team Hull City also play their home matches at this ground.
It is an all-seater stadium consisting of a single-tier, asymmetrical bowl that can seat approximately 20,000, with a second tier on the Cranswick plc West Stand that can seat approximately 5,000. Current capacity is 25,586. Plans provide for future expansion to a capacity of approximately 30,000 by the addition of a second tier on the Ideal Standard Community East Stand.
Hull FC’s attendances average around 14,000, but are often well above that figure when the club hosts local rivals Hull KR, although the two teams can only meet competitively in the Challenge Cup now following Rovers relegation.
The KCOM Stadium is now also a regular venue for international rugby league games, and has hosted Great Britain and England matches in the Tri-Nations, the Ashes, World Cup and Four Nations.