Hull have announced that they have sold more than 2,500 season tickets so far for the 2010 season.
More than 20% of fans who held passes last season have renewed, while the club’s new shirts have also been warmly received by fans, with 1,000 shirts already being sold despite only going on sale on Monday.
Chief Executive James Rule commented, “In tough times and after a season in which results didn’t go as we hoped, to be in this position of sales is a credit to the fans,” he said.
“We urge all fans to join us in witnessing O’Meley, Fitzgibbon and Long take to the field alongside our other talented players and would encourage them all to make the most of the value and benefits of a season pass by becoming a pass holder today.”
The newly designed home shirt, that sees a return to a white ‘V’ this season is proving to be one of the most popular shirts of all time.
Head of Retail Lee Jenkinson said: “I think just about everyone is happy with the shirt we have produced this year, I can’t think of anyone who has really said they dislike it.
“The response from fans, as it always is to be fair, has been superb, to smash 1,000 shirts already before we even have the away shirt in stock is very pleasing.
“The new away strips are just around the corner and we will get them on sale as soon as possible, while a host of new ranges are also on display in the shop now.”