Hull City AFC

The Hull City Association Football Club is another team that participates in the Premier League and is also one of the top tiers of English Football. The club was formed in Hull East Riding of Yorkshire, England in the year 1904. One of the club’s greatest achievement during cup competitions was when the team reached became one of the finalists for the FA Cup in the year 2014. The team was also promoted in the top flight of English football for the very first time because of winning the Championship play-off at the Wembley Stadium.

One of their highest league finish was in 2013-2014 wherein they finished 16th in place at the Premier League Table. The club plays at the KCOM Stadium for their home games. In 2002 they moved to their current location after playing 56 seasons at Boothferry Park since the park was demolished and was replaced with a housing development program. The club plays traditionally with black and amber as their home colours with a striped shirt design that is why the team is often called “The Tigers”. The Hull City mascots are Amber and his brother Roary the Tiger.