Milita in League One, la terza divisione del campionato inglese. For the association football team, see Hull City A.F.C. He also held a news conference confirming the club had been put up for sale due to the English FA's decision on 9 April 2014. Hull City, under manager Steve Bruce, were beaten finalists in the 2014 FA Cup Final, losing to Arsenal. "[79], Some brand and marketing experts have come out in support of the name change. Il Cardiff City Football Club (Clwb Pêl-droed Dinas Caerdydd in gallese), noto semplicemente come Cardiff City o anche solo come Cardiff, è una società calcistica gallese con sede nella città di Cardiff che, tuttavia, disputa da lungo tempo le divisioni del campionato inglese di calcio.Milita nel Football League Championship, la seconda divisione del campionato inglese. "[76] However, Bruce also said that, because of the money Allam had invested in the club, "If he thinks Hull Tigers is his way forward then we have to respect it. Bilan saison par saison des clubs anglais de football. [105] A further £560,000 was paid, according to the audit, by the stadium company to Bartlett's holding companies in "management fees," while at least £1 million was owed to him personally as a "salary". On 11 September 2014, Allam confirmed an appeal has been submitted to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. [24][25] Their ascent from the bottom division of the Football League to the top division of English football in just five seasons is the third-fastest ever.[26]. [7] After disputes with landlords at the Boulevard, Hull City moved to Anlaby Road Cricket Ground. The top 10 oldest players to ever feature for Hull City Football League World (Weblog) ... Oxford United finance director on whether club can become sustainable Oxford Mail 05:06 30-Mar-21. The early 1990s featured two "tiger skin" designs, which have since featured in several articles listing the "worst ever" football kits. [110], Andy Davidson holds the record for Hull City league appearances, having played 579 matches. They came close to promotion in the 1909–10 season, recording what would be their highest finish until they matched it in 2008. [111] Their biggest win in the top flight was achieved on 28 December 2013, with a 6–0 victory over Fulham. [91], During the mid-1970s, and early 1980s, the strip was constantly changing between the two versions of plain shirts and stripes. "[110] The club has "future tax losses" available of more than £45 million. [7] The away leg also saw reports of football hooliganism,[7] with five arrests being made. Hull City fans refer to this season as "The Great Escape". Peter Taylor was named as Hull's new manager and in December 2002, just two months after his appointment, Hull relocated to the new 25,400-seater KC Stadium after 56 years at Boothferry Park. [147], * Caretaker manager [90] Following the end of the Second World War, Hull spent another season wearing sky blue, but changed to plain amber shirts, which they wore until the early 1960s, when they swapped back to stripes. Ils ont remporté le championnat anglais à six reprises - 1920, 1921, 1936, 1956, 1958 et 1983 - ainsi que la Challenge Cup à cinq reprises (1914, 1982, 2005, 2016 et 2017). [40], On 15 November 2011, Nigel Pearson left the club to return to Leicester. Ken Knighton and Roy Greenwood scored in the 2–1 win at Boothferry Park on 21 February 1973 in front of 7,325. [23] Under Paul Duffen and manager Phil Brown, Hull City improved greatly on their relegation battle of 2006–07 and qualified for the play-offs after finishing the season in third place. Questa voce raccoglie le informazioni riguardanti l' Hull City Association Football Club nelle competizioni ufficiali della stagione 2014-2015. [102] Hull were forced to return to the Boulevard Ground from 1944 until 1945 because of the poor condition of the planned stadium at Boothferry Road. He said, "it's no use thinking changing the name or the colour of the shirt will pay instant dividends. Away in Flanders, Hull lost 1–0, Hans Vanaken taking advantage of a "blunder" by City goalkeeper Allan McGregor. [3] Hull traditionally play in black and amber, often with a striped shirt design, hence their nickname, The Tigers. Still under the managership of Ambrose Langley, Hull continued to finish consistently in the top half of the table. In four seasons of Anglo-Scottish Cup play, the Tigers never faced a team from Scotland. Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. The Anglo-Scottish Cup was created in the 1975–76 season, after Texaco dropped their sponsorship of the Texaco Cup. 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Hull City Association Football Club / ˈ h ʌ l ˈ s ɪ t i / is a Inglis association fitbaw club based in Kingston upon Hull, East Riding o Yorkshire.It wis foondit in 1904. [59] In October 2017, Phelan became Hull's permanent head coach but he was sacked just 3 months later on 3 January 2017 after a poor run of results. [10] The cup run saw Hull knock out the eventual champions of the Second and Third Divisions; Blackpool and Plymouth Argyle respectively. Colors. Promotion to Division Three followed in 1983, with a young team featuring the likes of future England international Brian Marwood, future England manager Steve McClaren, centre-forward Billy Whitehurst, and the prolific goal-scorer Les Mutrie. Both had previously held the equivalent roles with non-league Scarborough. [15] In the 1995–96 season Hull were relegated to the Third Division. [67] In a season delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom, Hull started well but lost 16 of their last 20 games, a run that included an 8–0 hammering at Wigan. [87] In the same interview, Allam said, "I have never been a football fan. † Temporary Football Management Consultant, Hull City Reserves play in the Reserve League East Division. Hull City AFC är en engelsk professionell fotbollsklubb i Kingston upon Hull, grundad 1904. [93] After the start of the 21st century, the club wore plain amber shirts until 2004, when the club celebrated its centenary by wearing a kit similar to the design of the one worn 100 years ago. "[77], On 11 December 2013, a spokesman for Hull City announced that the club had formally applied to the Football Association to have its name changed to "Hull Tigers" from the 2014–15 season onwards. [53][54] Hull were relegated from the Premier League after the 2014–15 season, finishing eighteenth with 35 points after a 0–0 draw against Manchester United, along with Newcastle United securing their Premier League Status after beating West Ham United 2–0. [6][16], In 1997 the club was purchased by former tennis player David Lloyd, who sacked Dolan as manager and replaced him with Mark Hateley after Hull could only finish in 17th place in the table. Club peile Sasanach is ea Hull City Association Football Club atá suite i Kingston upon Hull.Bunaíodh sa bhliain 1904 é. Tá an fhoireann ag imirt sa Premier League faoi láthair, agus is é an "KC Stadium" a staid baile.Is é Phil Brown an traenálaí atá aige.. Imreoirí An scuiad … 1914 gewann Hull mit dem Challenge Cup den ersten Titel, in der Zwischenkriegszeit folgten weitere bedeutende Erfolge in der nationalen Meisterschaft, dem Yorkshire Cup und der Yorkshire League. Hull City Association Football Club is an English professional football club in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire. [8], Hull's greatest achievement in cup competitions until 2014 was in 1930, when they reached the FA Cup semi-finals. [11] The KC Stadium was named "Best Ground" at the 2006 Football League Awards. Hull City Association Football Club is an English football club based in Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire. However, Adkins resigned at the end of the season after rejecting a new contract. [6][8], However, Taylor left the club to take up the manager's job at Crystal Palace and Colchester United's Phil Parkinson was confirmed as his replacement, but was sacked on 4 December 2006 with Hull in the relegation zone, despite having spent over £2 million on players during the summer. [3], The Tigers entered at the third qualifying round, and faced FK AS Trenčín, who qualified by finishing second in the Slovak Super Liga. Le Hull City Association Football Club est créé en juin 1904 ; de précédentes tentatives se sont avérées difficiles à cause de la prédominance du rugby à Kingston-upon-Hull, avec les clubs de Hull FC et les Hull Kingston Rovers. [6][19] Phil Brown took over as caretaker manager,[19] and took over permanently in January 2007, having taken Hull out of the relegation zone. [95], Between 1904 and 1905, Hull City played their home games at the Boulevard. Hull City Association Football Club est un club de football anglais fondé en 1904 et basé dans la ville de Kingston-upon-Hull. In the 2006–07 season, the team finished seventh in the table with 33 points. Història. The other clubs in the group were Notts County and Oldham Athletic. Hull City Association Football Club is een Engelse voetbalclub uit Kingston upon Hull, opgericht in 1904 en uitkomend in de Football League One. [8], Hull City and Grimsby Town were the only two professional teams which had official permission to play league football on Christmas Day because of the demands of the fish trade, but that tradition has now disappeared following the dramatic reduction of their trawler fleets in recent years. The new Cup would use a group stage format in which each team would play the others in the group once, with only the team finishing top of the group progressing. [111], The club's widest victory margin in the league was their 11–1 win against Carlisle United in the Third Division North on 14 January 1939. Le Hull Football Club (appelé généralement le Hull FC) est un club professionnel de rugby à XIII anglais situé à Hull dans le Yorkshire de l'Est. [150], Hull City Women play in the Northern Combination Women's Football League. [8][17] Hull's league form was steadily deteriorating to the point that relegation to the Football Conference was looking a real possibility. Hull's first and only appearance in the Anglo-Italian Cup came in 1973, while Terry Neill was manager. The club plays in the Super League competition and were known as Hull Sharks from 1996–99. These black and amber colours are where Hull's nickname, The Tigers, originated from. [101] Hull built their own ground, Anlaby Road, which was opened in 1906. Hull City Association Football Club was founded in June 1904;[4] previous attempts to found a football club had proved difficult because of the dominance in the city of rugby league teams such as Hull F.C. Grant McCann hopes to see more of the same from Tom Eaves and Regan Slater following their performances against Gillingham. [32] Both Brown and Dowie had their contracts terminated,[33][34] and Leicester City's Nigel Pearson was confirmed as the new manager. He was replaced by 34-year-old veteran player Warren Joyce, who steered the club to safety with games to spare. During the late 1980s, red was added to the kits but its duration went no further than this. [41] Nick Barmby was appointed as his successor,[42] but was sacked in May 2012 after publicly criticising the club's owners in an interview given to a local newspaper. [55] In October 2015 Hull beat Leicester City in a penalty-shootout to take them through to their first ever quarter-final appearance in the Football League Cup. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. "[citation needed], According to its chairman, by 2014, the club would be further renamed "Hull Tigers," because, as he claimed, "in marketing, the shorter the name the more powerful [it is],"[73] while "Association Football Club" made the name too long.