Hull FC v London Broncos News
Hull FC are one of the biggest clubs, based in the English heartland of the sport and they are one of the most historic clubs in the world whilst the Broncos are one of the early expansion clubs and arguably the most successful one at that.
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The match takes place at the impressive MKM Stadium in Hull.
Previously known as the KC Stadium and the KCOM Stadium, the now known as MKM Stadium has been the home of the black and side of Hull since it first opened in 2002 and since then it has gone on to be a great home for the club.
Offering a great atmosphere thanks its closed bowl shape, with one main double tier stand that offers modern corporate facilities, the ground is one of the most popular in the northern hemisphere.
As one of the biggest Rugby League grounds in the northern hemisphere, the ground can sometimes be too big for the club and that will likely be the case in this game when, for obvious reasons, there will only be a small away crowd in attendance.
That will mean the players will have to start strong to get the crowd up for it and to get an atmosphere going which should mean the game starts quickly and that could set things up to be a great watch.
Aside from been the home of the Airlie Birds, the ground has also hosted many international matches, including ones featuring Great Britain and England and it has also hosted matches at the Rugby League World Cup, when hosted in the UK.
In 2020, the ground made history when it become the only stadium to host a Super League Grand Final, other than Old Trafford of course, when Saints defeated Wigan in one of the best Grand Finals in history.
The ground is also home to the city of Hull’s football club and has hosted many of the world’s top clubs when they were based in the Premier League.
The city of Kingston-Upon-Hull is the host of the game, with the match taking place in West Hull, or west of the river Hull, which divides the city both geographically and sportingly when it comes to Rugby League.
Hull is located in the county of East Yorkshire and on the banks of the river Humber, close to the border with Lincolnshire, at the very far end of the M62 corridor, which is often thought of as the sports heartlands in England.
The smaller than usual crowd and lack of atmosphere could also play into the hands of the Broncos who not only have more modest home crowds than a club the size of Hull FC, but they are also used to playing in front of relatively flat atmosphere on the road.
Hull vs London Score
If it is match day and you are wanting to keep up to date with all of the action from East Yorkshire, we will not only brin you the latest score right here on this page, but we will bring you all of the big breaking news stories from the stadium.
Hull vs Broncos Teams
In the build up to the match, the squads for the game are announced well in advance and that gives plenty of time for fans to take on board, digest and discuss with friends and families just who is available to play come match day and who isn’t.
It is a much tougher task to keep up to date with the players to actually run out on the field as the actual team to play in the game isn’t usually announced until just before kick-off.
To make things easier, we will bring you the run-on teams as they announced.
Hull FC v London Broncos Result
If the match has finished and you haven’t been able to keep up with what has happened in Hull, we will not bring you the final Hull vs London result but we will bring you links to a number of match reports where you can get a full breakdown of how the match unfolded.