It’s a new era at Hull FC and the Black and Whites are gearing up for success on the field.
They have former Leeds Rhinos, Warrington Wolves and Hull KR boss Tony Smith at the helm after he has guided almost every club he has worked with to success in the past.
They also have a new look spine. They’ve brought in Newcastle Knights duo Jake Clifford and Tex Hoy.
On top of that they have Castleford Tigers star Jake Trueman for next year.
Add to that the arrival of Liam Sutcliffe and Brad Dwyer from Leeds Rhinos and their squad has taken shape nicely for the 2023 campaign.
They are also set to look superb as they take to the field. The Black and Whites have launched a modern take on their traditional look for their home shirt paying homage to their success in 1983.
Meanwhile, their alternate jerseys have caught the eye especially the blue one they released last which includes call backs to the Hull Star side and the clubs traditional blue away aesthetic.
The club have now revealed that they have enjoyed record breaking sales of the shirt since it’s release.
In fact the club confirmed that it is their best selling alternate shirt in the history of the club which is fantastic news for the Black and Whites and shows the magnitude of the club on and off the field.
Perhaps one of Super League’s sleeping giants is set to awaken in 2023.