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Hull City to entice new generation of fans and improve atmosphere with new membership structure 

English Football League club Hull City has announced a unique membership pricing structure for the 2022-23 season.

The Club has said that it will prioritise having Hull City supporters behind both goals to maximise the atmosphere at home ground, MKM Stadium (pictured).

Another major announcement from chairman Acun lıcalı and vice-chairman Tan Kesler included the introduction of free memberships for juniors. Children between the ages of two and 10 will be able to attend matches free of charge, to entice a new generation of fans.

Existing junior memberships will automatically come under this offer. Any new members will be able to bring up to two juniors free of charge as a part of their members. Existing members can add additional junior memberships to their plan, up to a maximum of two.

Memberships will be available in the North Stand with away supporters being moved to the North East corner of the ground.

North and South Stand membership prices have been reduced to just £25 ($31/€30) a month for adults, while Central Chris Chilton and West Stand prices have been increased to £35 a moth for adults, while the other areas of these stands will stay at £30.

The Club will realise further information on memberships in due course, including dates for those that wish to move seats or when memberships will go on sale to new members. The ticketing structure for match tickets will also be announced soon.

Supporters with a membership in E2 and E3 will be given first priority on relocation, and the West Stand Upper will not be initially open for membership and will be opened if there is a demand. Areas in W5 and W9 of the West Stand, which were previously allocated to corporate hospitality seating, will be available for general sale for memberships.

Any members that are set to receive a price increase will be given 90 days’ written notice.

Members will receive new membership cards ahead of the start of the 2022-23 season.

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