December 13, 2013

Now that the club has officially written to the Football Association requesting to change our playing name to “Hull Tigers”, the time is right to focus our campaign on the FA. And there is no better time to be doing so than during our home game against Stoke City. 

The FA are celebrating 150 years of their history this year. As part of the celebrations, Saturday 14 December 犀利士
has been designated Ebenezer Morley Day, in honour of the Hull-born man who was the FA’s first secretary, and is considered one of the founding fathers of Association Football. FA dignitaries will be at the KC to watch the game, so let’s make our voices heard loud and clear!

In addition to the “City Till I Die” song we sing at 19.04 minutes into every game, we are encouraging City supporters to sing two extra songs. Join us in singing “We say no, FA, we say no” and “Everywhere we go, let the FA know, we are Hull City”, and keep the songs going at future games. 

And that’s not the only way you can help us make sure, over the coming weeks, that the custodians of the game understand the strength of feeling on this subject. As promised, we will producing and distributing “No To Hull Tigers” postcards to send to the FA. In the meantime, if you feel passionately about the name change proposal, you can contact the FA by the following means: 

Fans’ View phoneline: 0844 980 0699

Email: info@thefa.com

Post: The Football Association, Wembley Stadium, PO Box 1966, London, SW1P 9EQ

Twitter: @FA

Sign our petition: http://www.citytillwedie.com/petition

Let the FA know!