The Tigers poor start to the season has continued after the international break. A point at home to fellow strugglers Preston North End was not enough and then another late goal cost City a hard-fought point away at Bristol City on Wednesday night.
Improvements must be made with relegation looking more likely with every passing week. City head to an out of form Bolton Wanderers this weekend and it is imperative they come back from Lancashire wth at least a point.
Here’s your update from the trust this week……
Wembley Stadium Sale Called Off.
The proposed sale of Wembeley Stadium has been called off after Shahid Khan, owner of the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars and Fulham FC, withdrew his £600m offer – citing a lack of support across the game.
More than 2,000 supporters took part in the Footiball Supporters Federation consultation on the sale.
You can read details of the FSF Survey results here.
Funds available for Local Youth Football teams.
Do You (or someone you know) run a Hull Boys Sunday Football team or an East Riding Girls Team?
The collapse of the Wembley sale might result in no extra funds going to grass roots football, but don’t worry – funding is available locally.
Several years ago, the then Tigers Co-Operative, now Hull City Supporters Trust, donated £6,000 to support local youth football teams.
For more details of the scheme follow the link here.
There are still funds available, of up to £100 per team. All you need to do is complete the application form available here.
Last Saturday the under 18 side travelled to the Barnfield Training Centre take on Burnley.
Despite hitting the post twice and a goal from Will Jarvis, Burnley were to prove too good winning 3-1. On Saturday they take on Sheffield United at Bishop Burton in an 11:00 kick off.
After the disappointing 1-1 draw against Preston North End last Saturday it was the turn of the under 23 side to entertain the fans who stayed behind. The match was not a classic and City had the chance to goal ahead late in the second half but Callum Smith crashed his penalty against the bar. In keeping with recent first team performances the game was lost in added time when defensive mistakes provided Sheffield Wednesday with the only goal of the game. On Monday they travel to fellow Yorkshire rivals Leeds United for a 13:00 kick off.
Two members of the senior squad had a run out in Saturday’s match with Ondrej Mazuch on for 80 minutes and David Milinkovic for the full 90.
Hull City Ladies
After a blank weekend last week, the Tigresses are on their travels this Sunday with an away fixture at Guiseley Vixens.
City are currently 3 places above their hosts n the table so will be confident of picking up a win to solidify their mid-table status
For more articles on The Ladies check out the excellent Fanatic Hull website.
The latest musings on all things City related from our Associate Writer Kathryn Batte.
Please follow the link here .
We are calling on existing members to try an recrute a friend / work colleague / family member to increase HCST numbers.
Now more than ever HCST needs to increase our membership so that we cannot be accused of not being ‘representative’ of City fans.
More wisdom from our friends at Amber Nectar.
Hull City Fans Forum on Hull Kingston Radio
More fan-focused chat from our friends at HKR.
You can listen to the latest programme here.
HCST’s Partners of the Week
In this week’s Partner of the Week section, we have an in-depth look at two HCST partners – Dinostar – The Dinosaur Experience & The William Gemmell.
Our first partner of the week is Dinostar – The Dinosaur Experience.
28-29 Humber Street, Hull, HU1 1TH, Tel: 01482 320424 Email
ONE CHILD ADMITTED FREE IF AN ACCOMPANYING ADULT SHOWS A MEMBERSHIP CARD
Dinostar is Hull’s interactive, hands on dinosaur museum. Highlights include Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus rex skulls, Triceratops bones you can touch and our Dinosaur Sound Box. Open every Sunday and school holidays, see web site for details.
Our second partner of the week is The William Gemmell.
507 Anlaby Road, Hull. Tel: 07944 236501
The William Gemmell club on Anlaby Road is a welcome addition to our partnership scheme. As part of this arrangement, all HCST members will become affiliate members of the Gemmell, and the Trust will have a presence there on all Hull City home match days with membership applications and renewals as well as Trust merchandise available for purchase.
For this week’s offer, City / HCAFC scarves are £4. Buy yours from the store here.
Stop the front page!
HCST are looking for new contributors to our website.
These can be articles about football in general, all things Hull City or match reports. So if you’re a sports journalist in the making or just fancy giving it a go as a hobby please let us know – you don’t need to be a professional – all articles will be welcome. There’s no requirement to produce words every week or month, just as and when you are able to. If you are interested please email us here.