WE’RE building up to the EFL fixture release day on Thursday, June 21 by taking a look at all of the Championship stadiums Albion will be visiting in the new season. Next up alphabetically, Hull City...
Address: KCOM Stadium, West Park, Walton Street, Hull, HU3 6HU.
Their home since: 2002.
Previous stadiums: Boulevard Ground (1904-1905); Analby Road (1905-1944); Boulevard Ground (1944-1946); Boothferry Park (1946-2002).
Record attendance at current stadium: 25,512 (versus Sunderland - 28 October 2006).
Pitch dimensions: 105m x 68m (115yd x 74.5yd).
Distance from The Hawthorns: 141 miles.
Parking: Parking is available to all supporters on Walton Street at a cost of £5 per vehicle. It opens three hours before kick off and closes three hours after the final whistle.
Nearest train station(s): Hull (1.1 miles from the stadium).
Albion’s first visit to the KCOM Stadium: 3 February 2007 - Hull City 0-1 Albion.
Albion’s last visit to KCOM Stadium: 26 November 2016 - Hull City 1-1 Albion.
Albion’s record at KCOM Stadium: P6, W2, D3, L1.
Did you know… The KCOM Stadium, formally known as the KC Stadium, opened midway through Hull's 2002/03 season - with the Tigers' first competitive fixture there ending in a 2-0 Football League Third Division win over Hartlepool.