Hull FC 2023 squad numbers: Tony Smith’s side set for new-look spine

Hull FC 2023 squad numbers
(L-R) Jake Trueman, Tex Hoy and Brad Dwyer have joined Hull ahead of 2023

Hull FC have confirmed their squad numbers for 2023, with Tony Smith’s side to have a new-look spine next season. 

Australian full-back Tex Hoy will wear the number one jersey after arriving from NRL side Newcastle Knights on a two-year contract.

There will be a new half-back pairing at the MKM Stadium, with new recruits Jake Trueman and Jake Clifford taking the numbers six and seven.

Utility back Liam Sutcliffe and hooker Brad Dwyer, who have both joined the club from Leeds, will wear shirt numbers four and 33 respectively.

Brad Fash was crowned Hull’s Player of the Season in 2022, and his impressive performances have resulted in him getting his first-ever starting squad number – 13.

Otherplayers who have new squad numbers include Cameron Scott (17), Connor Wynne (21), Mitieli Vulikijapani (22), Josh Griffin (23) and Matty Laidlaw (24).

Hull-born duo Jamie Shaul (29) and Scott Taylor (30) retain the squad numbers they selected personally in recent seasons.

Hull FC 2023 squad numbers:

1. Tex Hoy

2. Adam Swift

3. Carlos Tuimavave

4. Liam Sutcliffe

5. Darnell McIntosh

6. Jake Trueman

7. Jake Clifford

8. Ligi Sao

9. Danny Houghton

10. Chris Satae

11. Andre Savelio

12. Jordan Lane

13. Brad Fash

14. Joe Lovodua

15. Joe Cator

16. Kane Evans

17. Cameron Scott

19. Ben McNamara

20. Jack Brown

21. Connor Wynne

22. Mitieli Vulikijapani

23. Josh Griffin

24. Matty Laidlaw

25. Davy Litten

26. Harvey Barron

27. Will Gardiner

28. Denive Balmforth

29. Jamie Shaul

30. Scott Taylor

31. Nick Staveley

32. Charlie Severs

33. Brad Dwyer

34. Kye Armstrong

35. Lewis Martin

36. Manoa Wacokecoke

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