Saints travel to Hull FC this evening in Round 21 of the Betfred Super League with kick off at 7:45pm and we have the low-down ahead of the game.
Team News and Match Preview:
It is 3rd vs 1st in the Betfred Super League and both sides have named their 19-man squad for the match.
Head Coach Justin Holbrook believes tonight’s clash will be another “massive challenge” and he has previewed the clash here.
We also caught up with James Bentley who is expected to feature in at hooker tonight given the injury to Aaron Smith and ‘Bentos’ is enjoying life in the Saints first team.
The Man in the middle:
The referee for our clash with Hull FC will be Chris Kendall.
Travelling to the KCOM Stadium:
Address: Kingston Communications Stadium, West Park, Hull, HU3 6JU. For more information on how to get to the KCOM Stadium, click here. If you’re the designated driver, supporter parking is available on Walton Street car park adjacent to the stadium for £5 per vehicle.
For a cheaper alternative, fans can also park at St. Stephen’s Shopping Centre on match nights for just £1, which is just a short 10-minute walk from the stadium via Londesbrough Street and the stadium footpaths.
The turnstiles open an hour before kick off so you can get into the ground early and find your seats. Toilets are also available on the concourses. Your tickets will include the relevant turnstile number that you can enter through and stewards will be on hand to guide you to your seats.
Tickets can also be bought on the gate at the KCOM Stadium Ticket Office, which is open until kick-off tonight and tickets are priced at £26 for adults, £23 for concessions and £12 for juniors.
In the ground:
There is plenty to look forward to at the ground, as well as 80-minutes of Super League action. The KCOM Stadium big screen will include fan pictures and tweets, as well as recent highlights and videos. Hull FC’s cheerleaders will be in action, as well as special pre-match build up before the teams come out!
At half-time one fan will get the chance to take on the Black and Whites’ popular half-time challenge, ‘Boot It’, plus plenty more.
Hot and cold food, snacks, drinks and alcoholic beverages are also available from the stadium concourses.
How to follow the action:
Supporters not making the trip to Hull can follow live score updates and behind-the-scenes coverage on our social media channels and minute by minute updates from 7:45pm here on Saintsrlfc.com. Just head to the homepage and click on the match centre image.