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    HULL CITY CLUB RECORDS To 28 February 2010

    NB If you are aware of any errors or amendments, please post below.


    Record Highest Home Attendance


    At Boothferry Park (all senior competitions)
    55,019 v Manchester United, FA Cup 6th Round on 26 February 1949

    At Boothferry Park (league only)
    49,900 v Sheffield Wednesday, Second Division on 4 February 1950

    At KC Stadium (all senior competitions)
    24,959 v Manchester City, Premier League on 6 February 2010

    Record Lowest Home Attendance

    At Boothferry Park (all senior competitions)
    553 v Chester City, Auto Windscreens Shield 1st Round North on 10 December 1996

    At Boothferry Park (league only)
    1,755 v Torquay United, Division Three on 20 November 1996

    At KC Stadium (all senior competitions)
    6,075 v Tranmere Rovers, League Cup 1st Round on 22 August 2006

    At KC Stadium (league only)
    11,308 v Bury, Division Three on 6 December 2003

    Record Highest Away Attendance (all senior competitions)
    86,703 v Bristol City at Wembley Stadium, Championship Play-Off Final on 24 May 2008

    Record Highest Away Attendance (league only)
    75,398 v Manchester United at Old Trafford, Premier League on 1 November 2008

    Record Lowest Away Attendance (all senior competitions)

    500 v Glossop at North Road, Second Division on 1 November 1913
    500 v Glossop at North Road, Second Division on 16 March 1915


    First game in the Football League

    H v Barnsley at Anlaby Road Cricket Ground, Second Division on 2 September 1905 (Won 4-1)

    First game in the Premier League

    H v Fulham at KC Stadium on 16 August 2008


    Biggest-ever home win (all senior competitions)

    11-1 v Carlisle United, Third Division (North) on 14 January 1939

    Biggest-ever away win (all senior competitions)

    6-3 v Rochdale, Third Division (North) on 21 November 1931
    5-0 v Glossop North End, Second Division on 16 March 1915

    Heaviest-ever home defeat (all senior competitions)

    1-6 v Chelsea, FA Cup 3rd Round on 11 December 1999
    2-6 v Leeds City, Second Division on 16 January 1915
    0-5 v Lincoln City, Second Division on 10 October 1959
    0-5 v Wigan Athletic, Premier League on 30 August 2008

    Heaviest-ever away defeat (all senior competitions)
    0-8 v Wolverhampton Wanderers, Second Division on 4 November 1911

    Most goals by team in a season (league only)
    109, Third Division in 1965-66

    Fewest goals by team in a season (league only)

    34, Second Division in 1977-78


    PLAYER RECORDS

    Most goals by player in a season (all senior competitions)
    42 by Bill McNaughton in 1932-33 [41 Division Three (North), 1 FA Cup]

    Most goals by player in a season (league only)
    41 by Bill McNaughton, Division Three (North) in 1932-33

    Most goals by player in total (all senior competitions)

    219 by Chris Chilton (1960 to 1971) [193 League, 16 FA Cup, 10 League Cup]

    Most goals by player in total (league only)

    193 by Chris Chilton (1960 to 1971)

    Most goals by player in a game (league only)

    5 by Ken McDonald v Bristol City, Second Division on 17 November 1928
    5 by Sim Raleigh v Halifax Town, Third Division (North) on 26 December 1930

    Most appearances (league only)
    520 by Andy Davidson (1952 to 1967)

    Oldest player (all senior competitions)
    Eddie Burbanks (40 years and 15 days) v Leicester City, Second Division on 16 April 1953

    Youngest player (all senior competitions)
    Matthew Edeson (16 years and 63 days) v Fulham, Division Two on 10 October 1992

    Most capped player
    Theo Whitmore (28) for Jamaica (2000 to 2001)


    LEAGUE SEQUENCES

    Consecutive wins: 10 from 23 February 1966 to 20 April 1966 (Third Division)
    Consecutive draws: 5 from 30 March 1929 to 15 April 1929 (Second Division)
    Consecutive defeats: 8 from 7 April 1934 to 8 September 1934 (Second Division)

    Longest unbeaten run: 19 matches from 13 March 2001 to 22 September 2001 (Division Three)
    Longest run without a win: 27 matches from 27 March 1989 to 4 November 1989 (Second Division)

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    Default KC Stadium Attendance Record

    The record attendance for a Hull City game at the KC Stadium was increased to 25,023 for the Premier League visit of Arsenal on 13 March 2010.

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    Default Highest Home Attendance Since?

    With the KC Stadium record broken yesterday, here is a table of Hull City's ascending highest home attendances (i.e. highest attendance since?).


    Games prior to December 2002 were played at Boothferry Park.

    League games are shown in capitals (cup games in lowercase).

    An attendance of 26,000 and more is not possible at the KC Stadium until the capacity is extended.

    The highest attendance for a football match at the KC Stadium is 25,280 for the England Under-21 match with Holland on 17 February 2004.

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    Post Highest Home Attendance Since?

    The record attendance for a Hull City game at the KC Stadium was raised to 25,030 for the visit of Liverpool in the Premier League on 3 May 2010.

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    Post League Sequences

    When they won 1-0 at Coventry City in the Championship on 12 March 2011, Hull City created a new club record of 14 away league matches in a row without defeat.

    The previous record had stood since the 1948-49 season when Raich Carter's team won the Division Three (North) title.

    Prior to the new record, the Tigers had gone from 4 March 2009 to 25 September 2010 without an away win.

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