KCOM Stadium in Hull

  • Stadium Naming Rights : Halliwell Jones Remains; Craven Park Returns

    Hull Kingston Rovers’ KCOM Lightstream Stadium has been renamed as KCOM Craven Park midway through a five-year naming rights deal with KCOM while Warrington Wolves have renewed with Halliwell Jones to keep their Stadium name until 2021. The new branding for Hull KR will still carry the name of Stadium sponsors KCOM, but will acknowledge the ground’s rich heritage and history as Hull KR focuses on building a successful future and returning to the Super League. Hull KR’s head of commercial,...

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  • Local Retail Group Name Stand At Hull KR

    Local retailer Sewell On The Go is back on board with Hull Kingston Rovers after becoming the new sponsor of their Colin Hutton Stand with immediate effect. Sewell – which operates 13 fuel and convenience stores across the region - is a former sponsor of the family zone at KCOM Craven Park and has now taken its partnership with the club to the next level after committing to the stand sponsorship. Patrick Sewell, managing director of Sewell On The Go, said: “We’ve worked together in the pas...

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  • England RL Host Kiwis In Three Tests Next Autumn

    ... since the narrow 16-17 loss in front of a sell-out crowd in the Four Nations 12 months ago and will be hoping for a repeat of the 2015 series, when Sean O’Loughlin led the team to a 2-1 series win. The opening game of the series will take place at the KCOM Stadium in Hull on Saturday, October 27 (14:30) then go to Anfield in Liverpool for the second test on Saturday, November 3 (14:30). The series will conclude on Sunday, November 11 (15:00) at Elland Road in Leeds. Elland Road hasn’t hoste...

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  • Featherstone & Hull KR Bring In Name-Changing Sponsorships

    Two sponsorship announcements last week have brought name changes to the Kingstone Press Championship with Featherstone’s home ground becoming the LD Nutrition Stadium and Hull KR’s north stand becoming the MLS Group Colin Hutton Stand. After becoming the Rovers’ official nutrition partner earlier this year, LD Nutrition have agreed a three-year contract, investing a significant sum to become a key shirt sponsor from 2018 and Featherstone’s principal naming rights partner with immediate...

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  • Hull collar sponsor

    Hull FC have signed a five-figure rolling deal with local company The Mobile Point to be their collar sponsors from 2008. Martin Lauer, the company’s managing director, said: "Hull FC fit our profile perfectly. Mobile phones and sports clubs link up very well, just look at Chelsea and Samsung. "We have been looking for a sporting organisation to associate our company with and we're delighted to have joined forces with a progressive and ambitious club like Hull FC. For us this agreement complim...

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  • Moves - Hull appoints new CEO

    Hull FC are delighted to announce that James Rule has been appointed as Chief Executive as part of a management restructuring at the club. David Plummer takes up a position as Finance Director as Rule moves from his role as Commercial Director. 28-year-old Hull born Rule will become the youngest CEO in the Super League era and admits he is relishing the opportunity. “It is a privilege and an honour to have been made Chief Executive of Hull FC, Rule said.” “We have a hugely talented playing...

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  • Hull KR Extend Sponsorship With ClearSky

    ClearSky Business will remain as Hull Kingston Rovers’ principal sponsor for 2015 after the partnership was extended by a further 12 months. The SME advice specialist linked up with the Robins last November for what was their first venture into sports sponsorship and they will now continue their support in Super League XX next season. As well as sponsoring the ClearSky East Stand at the KC Lightstream Stadium for another season, the new deal will see the brand once again appear across the fron...

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  • Hirebase hook up with Hull KR

    Hull KR have sealed a deal with Hirebase to be their official main shirt sponsor for the 2012 season. The deal is reported to be worth a “significant sum” but no precise figure has been released. Hirebase will become a shirt sponsor for both the home and away shirts as well as having ‘prominent signage’ at Craven Park. With Sportingbet set to end their shirt deal at the end of this campaign, Andy Mowbray, Hull KR’s commercial and marketing director commented:  “Whilst many of our fa...

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  • Hull KR End Larvin Takeover Talks

    In keeping with all previous club comments on the matter, Hull KR brought the Tony Larvin investment saga to an end with the briefest of statements yesterday, reports The Hull Daily Mail. In short, it said that despite three months of talks – and promises of a £15m cash injection – the businessman had produced nothing. First meeting the Mail back on December 13, the 48-year-old insisted his money would transform the club's fortunes. He promised an improved Stadium, an all-star team, major f...

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  • Hull KR Ask Fans to Name Stadium

    Hull Kingston Rovers and sponsor MS3 have come up with a novel way to utilise Stadium naming rights without alienating fans.The club and the local communications firm have struck a deal to have Craven Park renamed in 2012 incorporating `MS3` in the title. However, rather than imposing a new name on supporters, Rovers have set up a poll asking their following to choose between two options – MS3 Stadium or MS3 Craven Park.The poll closes on September 23rd with both parties hoping the idea will l...

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