Hull United AFC – Hull's only community owned football club

Hull United are delighted to have agreed a deal to move to Haworth Park ahead of the 2023/2024 season.

Following an owners vote at the weekend, Hull United have agreed a long term lease at Haworth Park, adding to the clubs facilities along side the Steve Prescott Centre and Eastmount. This move will allow the club to apply for the funding and backing needed to redevelop and regenerate the site.

Chairman John Duffill said ”Its no secret we have been looking as a club for a home, to allow the club to progress and fulfil its potential. We have looked at many options over the years, many meetings with various grounds and people without any success for various reasons. I have been having discussions around Haworth Park for a while now and when we discovered the facility had become vacant and available this seemed the best solution to allow us to progress. We have been at a stumbling block on many projects with out a home ground, promotion for the two senior teams, an ETC for girls, junior premier league football, disabled football and this ticks all the boxes. A lot of people have put time and effort into finding us a home over the years, Ian Ashbee, Mark Wilson, Kenny Sayers and Ciaran Phipps who deserve a thank you from all at the club, the unseen work and meetings that people don’t see.

This is an exciting time once again at Hull United, we have a lot of work to do, but we now have the foundations in place to allow us to build and move forward.” .