Key facts

Address Craven Park Stadium, Preston Road, Hull, HU9 5HE
Capacity 9,471 seats
Build Date 1989
Record Attendance 8,500


New Craven Park, also known as Craven Park, is a stadium located in Hull, the UK. It has been the home of Hull Kingston Rovers R.F.C. since 1989.

The first football match held at the ground was visited by 8,500 people. Over the next years, lots of improvements were made to the stadium, including adding bars. Now it also has a club shop, ticket office, and a temporary stand at the North side of the ground that can fit 1,271 away fans. Craven Park total capacity is 9471. The largest stand is East Stand that has the capacity of – 4,000. South Stand can host 1,600 people; West Stand is opened for 2,000 people, and finally, Well Area is suitable for 600 fans.

Away fans

There is the North side of the ground dedicated to 1,271 away fans. Also, the Hedon Road End can be used. It allows 1600 people to attend games.


Sunday Carvery is a great place for celebrations, hanging out, and watching games. It allows enjoying a great view of games from inside/out.

Program and fanzine prices

Prices start from £3, and fanzine costs £1 per month.

Admission prices

Admission costs for 2017:

  • Roger Millward Stand – £18 for adults;
  • North Stand – £10;
  • East, South or West Stands, standing, adults – £10.

How to get to Craven Park

By bus. You can get a No.43 bus to Craven Park. It is available on Sunday and runs every 30 minutes.


There are various bars located near the Roger Millward Stand. There is also the Harry Poole Bar that features rooms with windows facing the ground. The East Stand Bar serves drinks before the match begins or at halftime.