Hull FC are entering a new era as a team really with plenty of signings this off-season including the acquisition of two young NRL stars, as well as the recruitment of one of Super League’s most iconic coaches in Tony Smith.
Tex Hoy and Jake Clifford have joined from Newcastle Knights to join the likes of new signing Jake Trueman to form a complete new-look spine of the team at full-back and in the halves respectively.
The addition of Leeds’ stars Liam Sutcliffe and Brad Dwyer just further compounds the strong off-season they’ve had.
Fans are clearly feeling that positivity and confidence as well with the club announcing today that they’ve surpassed 7,500 members for the 2023 season which is a huge number.
FC play their first Super League game in just over two weeks but that membership total has already blown away their figure from 2022.
Another strong performance in pre-season this weekend, when they face a Wakefield side that’s massively impressed, then that figure of 7,500 could continue to rise.
Over 7,500 members have pledged their support to the Black & Whites for the 2023 Betfred Super League campaign, surpassing our membership total from last season! 🥳🎉
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— Hull FC (@hullfcofficial) February 2, 2023
The club released a statement on their site stating that reserved seating in their East Stand is incredibly limited, so have urged fans to move quick to ensure they don’t miss out.
Family passes are also available, something that fits in perfectly with the majority of their home matches being weekend affairs, and at £535 for the season the pass works out at around £40 per game.
During a time when the cost of living crisis is affecting everyone the club should be commended for offering such value for money, and the fans commended even more for showing their support in such incredible numbers.
It could be a very exciting season at the MKM stadium with the new Tony Smith era looking primed to be entertaining.
Well done to Hull Fc, It’s a shame Leigh are ripping the fans off with their ridiculous prices.