Club History

About Us

Hull United were formed in the summer of 2014 with three main objectives

  • A successful and affordable youth setup inclusive to all.
  • Successful senior team’s playing as high as possible in the football pyramid while staying true to the values of been affordable and inclusive to all.
  • Provide facilities and services to benefit the local community.

Our Vision

Our Mission

Core Values

Senior Teams
Youth Teams
20,20 Club Members
Junior Members
2014 Non-league side Hull United AFC will PAY FANS £2 to watch first home game.
The owner of non-league club Hull United AFC has introduced a new scheme to get fans through the turnstiles – by PAYING for them.

Jamie Waltham, 33, who is also the manager of the newly-formed side, believes so many people have been priced out of watching top-flight football with Hull City.

And as a result, he says he will give £2 to every supporter that comes to watch his team play their first home game in the Humber Premier League – the eleventh tier of the football pyramid.

2020 Hull United Launch there first website.

About Us

In 2020 Hull United launch there first website, Following our incorporation of becoming a community benefit society you can now become an owner of Hull United AFC.
2022 The Ladies win the league and cup double.

About Us

The ladies make it a league and cup double gaining promotion to the North East Reginal Premier League.

They also made history this year as they made it to the final of the Women’s Senior Cup final which was played for the first time at the MKM Stadium. The ladies came away 4-1 winners after defeating AFC Preston Ladies.