KCOM Craven Park, also referred to as New Craven Park, is the home of Hull Kingston Rovers RLFC. It is situated on Preston Road in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England.
Colin Hutton North Stand (seating capacity: 2,600) – The North Stand at KCOM Craven Park was originally a temporary stand that was erected after the ground ceased being used as an athletic venue. In 2013, the new £8 million Colin Hutton North Stand opened for the 2013 Rugby League World Cup game between Papua New Guinea and France. The North Stand also deliver an Enterprise Business Centre and Training Centre. There are 42 fully furnished offices which make up the Enterprise Units, all of which are located on different floors within the North Stand.
West Stand (seating capacity: 5,000) – The West Stand includes the main seated stand a small terraced area below executive boxes, which holds around 500 fans. The stand houses the stadium’s main changing rooms that were redeveloped before the 2014 season to improve the size and facilities of the changing room. Inside the stand there is the Robins Nest & Harry Poole bar for Home and away fans. This is a restaurant with pitch side views and exclusive player and coach interviews after a match. The stand also houses the TV gantry.
East Stand (standing) – The East Stand at KCOM Craven Park is considered the Kop end of the ground and is covered terrace that runs almost the full length of the pitch.
South Stand (standing) – There is currently a small stand in the south end of the ground that goes around where the athletic track was. The stadium currently has an overall capacity of 12,225.