Jamie Shaul's late try saw Hull FC finally end their Wembley hoodoo, as they won 12-10 against Warrington to lift the Challenge Cup.Read the full story ›
It has been a tight contest in the first 40mins of the Challenge Cup final as Hull FC trail Warrington Wolves 6-0.Read the full story ›
Here is a look at some of the best pictures of Hull FC fans ahead of the Challenge Cup final.Read the full story ›
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Hull FC are hoping to end their Wembley hoodoo today in the Challenge Cup final against Warrington.Read the full story ›
The Airlie Birds head coach praised his players after the black and whites became the first team to secure their place in the top four.Read the full story ›
Hull FC will meet Warrington in the Wembley Challenge Cup final next month.
Warrington beat Wakefield 56-12. The game effectively over at half time after a ruthless 10-try demolition by the Wolves. Hull earned their place at Wembley on August 27th by beating Wigan by 16 points to 12 last night.
The Airlie Birds are off to Wembley after tries from Stevie Michaels and Fetuli Talanoa saw them beat the Warriors 16-12.Read the full story ›
It has been confirmed that Hull City manager Steve Bruce is leaving the club by mutual consent.
The 55-year-old led the Tigers to promotion back to the Premier League in May, but since then, there's been uncertainty over the future ownership of the club, with takeover talks apparently halted, As a consequence he hasn't made a single significant signing in the transfer market, and what's more, his squad has been decimated by a series of pre-season injuries.
Now it's reported that there's been a breakdown of his relationship with the club's owners Assem and Ehab Allam. Supporters say they're sad to see him go. l
The Board of Directors would like to thank Steve for all his efforts since his appointment in 2012 culminating in a glorious day at Wembley in May which saw the Club bounce back into the Premier League. Steve has excelled in his role - both on and off the field - and will be remembered for being the most successful manager in our history to date.
Hull FC have announced the signing of young centre, Nick Rawsthorne, from Halifax RFLC for the 2017 season.
The 20-year-old has signed an initial one-year deal with an option in the club's favour should they wish to extend his deal.
A convert from rugby union, where he represented England U18s and Leeds Carnegie, Rawsthorne also had a spell in the academy at Leeds Rhinos before joining Halifax.
I'm really pleased to add Nick to the squad next year, I think he has all the attributes to become a first-team regular for our club.
He has been very impressive in the reserves competition this year for Halifax, particularly when he played against us, whilst is accuracy with his goal kicking is also a real plus.
He is at a great age to progress his career to the next level and along with Jack Logan coming through the long term future of our outside backs looks very promising.