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The Kingston Communications Stadium
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The stadium is the first in the UK to be built in a park setting.

Laying the foundations Nov 2001
The stadium is built on the site of the Circle sports ground.

The ground is the new home of Hull RLFC and Hull City FC


It has a capacity of 25,404

The total cost of the stadium complex is £45 million It took 14 months to build.

Building the East Stand April 2002
The pitch is 114m x 74m and is made of rye grass and 3% artificial grass

As well as the stadium the complex has an indoor sports hall, 2 artificial pitches and a skate park.

Raising the roof
The park is home to colony of rare lizards

Both Hull FC and Hull City have previously played at the Circle.



The site, including the Walton Street fairground, will accommodate up to 1,800 vehicles.



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