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Away Fans' Guide: Hull City

AS Rangers prepare for their first away clash of the 2021/22 Sky Bet Championship campaign, a trip up to Humberside awaits Mark Warburton’s side for what will be a tough test for the R’s against one of the newly-promoted clubs.

With lockdown restrictions easing, the return of traveling R’s fans will also greet the Super Hoops once again when they take to the field this weekend. Hull’s first home clash with supporters in months ensures for an electric atmosphere at the MKM Stadium.

As a result, we have prepared this useful away fan guide, to ensure that you have everything you need to know ahead of our clash with the Tigers.

COVID Protocols

As we look to limit the risk of COVID-19 transmission, QPR management and players are not able to sign autographs or pose for photos at this time. We look forward to when normality can return but ask all supporters to understand and respect the reasons behind this.

Ticket Info

Supporters are advised tickets for this fixture are now off sale.

Tickets will be available to purchase CASH ONLY from the Pitch Side Bar located next to the away turnstiles from 1.30pm on matchday priced: £33 Adults, £24 Seniors 65 & Over, £18 Young Adults 16-22, £12 Juniors 11-15 and £9 Juniors 2-15.

Babies/toddlers under the age of 2 years old will not be admitted to the stadium as they are not deemed able to occupy a seat which compromises the stadium’s safety certificate.

Unaccompanied children/young people under the age of 14 years will not be admitted into the MKM stadium without a person aged 18 and above.

Please note, any tickets purchased after 3pm, Wednesday 11th August will be held for collection at the Hull City Ticket Zone located on the East Stand of the stadium on matchday.


If you are making the trip up to Hull, visiting supporters are housed in the North East corner of the stadium, which is accessible through the away turnstiles numbered 22-24.

Of course, the stadium was only opened in 2002, ensuring that supporters can enjoy an unobstructed view of the pitch.

Driving Directions

When driving to the MKM Stadium, it is advised to leave the M1 at Junction 21A and take the A46 exit towards Braunston Frith/Kirby Muxloe/B5380. Before following signs for the A46 towards the Humber Bridge, then take the M180 to Junction 5 towards Hull Airport and then head onto the A15 before crossing the bridge, turn right at the lights and the ground will be on your right-hand side.  

Parking is available at the MKM stadium on a first-come, first-served basis CASH ONLY charged as follows:

Cars: £5

Coaches: £20

Minibuses: £10

Stadium Address: The Circle, Walton St, Hull, HU3 6HU

Public Transport

Regular trains are available from London King's Cross to Hull, with Hull Paragon Railway Station the nearest to the ground.

After leaving the station there will be numerous signposts for the stadium, however, aim for Cross Argyle Street and you will be guided from there.

Pubs & Stadium Refreshments:

In terms of local pubs and refreshments around the ground, QPR supporters travelling to Hull this weekend have plenty of options.

R’s fans are invited by the Hull City Supporters Group to come along to their Pre-Match Event held in the Tigers Trust Arena Bar which will host fundraising raffles and draws.

The bar is located just a two-minute walk from the coach drop-off point and right next to the main car park, with supporters welcome from 1.30pm.

In addition to this, travelling fans are also welcome at the New Walton Club, which is only a short walk from the stadium, with the Brickmakers and Parkers on Walton Street also welcoming Rangers supporters.