Matchday info: Hull KR v London Broncos
All the latest matchday information for supporters heading to KCOM Craven Park for Sunday's fixture against London Broncos, kick-off 3pm.
Tickets are still available for the Joinery Depot East Stand, floc Roger Millward Stand and MLS Group Colin Hutton Stand. Fans are reminded tickets are cheaper when purchased in advance at the Rovers Retail store or online at www.hullkr.co.uk/tickets
The matchday ticket office is located in the floc Roger Millward Stand and will handle ticketing queries for supporters from all areas of the stadium, including away supporters. Away supporters will need to purchase a ticket from the ticket office before entering the Colin Hutton North Stand as no cash turnstiles are available for this area of the ground.
The club will play a reserves fixture against St Helens as part of a double-header this Sunday, kicking-off at 12.30pm. Several first teamers including the likes of Graeme Horne and Ben Cockayne will be involved. All memberships and tickets for Sunday will be eligible for both matches.
Food and Drink
There's an offer on bottles of Carling or Magners Cider in all stands on Sunday. Bottles are £3 each or four for £10. Offer available only from the kiosks in the concourses and the trailer behind the Joinery Depot East Stand only, not from the main bars.
The club also offer a “Happy Hour” both before and after the game, with the price of a pint reduced to £3.
The Robins Nest, located next to the main reception in the Roger Millward Stand, is open to home and away supporters from all stands and a Happy Hour is in place from 12 noon until 1pm.
After the match, further discounts on drinks will be available in both the Robins Nest and the Harry Poole Bar.
This week's programme features a special edition cover of George Lawler in the new 135 shirt. There's interviews inside with Lawler and new signing Danny McGuire, who will join the Robins from Leeds Rhinos next season. There's also a pull-out poster of our official Qualifiers team photo, plus columns from head coach Tim Sheens and CEO Mike Smith, along with the latest news and stats, history, a guide to the Qualifiers and opinions from across the sport of Rugby League.
Make sure you check out our new Fan Hub in the north west corner of the ground. A new introduction to matchdays at KCOM Craven Park, the Fan Hubs will be the go-to point for information for supporters, as well as selling the likes of programmes, Half Lime Draw tickets and smaller pieces of merchandise.
Parking spaces in the stadium car park on a matchday are limited and are available on a first come, first served basis priced at £5.
Supporters who have paid for an annual car parking pass will have their spaces reserved and will be able to park as normal on arrival.
West Stand gate access
Please note, the gate at the far side of the floc Roger Millward Stand car park is now back open as normal.
Cash turnstiles will only be available in the Joinery Depot East Stand for this game.
Please note that supporters will require a ticket to enter the Colin Hutton North Stand, The Well and the floc Roger Millward Stand. Tickets for these stands are available in advance from the Rovers Retail store, online at www.hullkr.co.uk/tickets or from the Ticket Office in the floc Roger Millward Stand on matchday. Some early turnstiles in each stand will open at 12 noon in time for the reserves match with all remaining turnstiles opening at 1.30pm.
The club’s merchandise stand is located in the floc Roger Millward Stand alongside the ticketing office and sells a selection of Rovers Retail products.
Half Lime Draw
Half Lime Draw tickets are available within the ground priced at just £1, with prizes of up to £300 on offer. Ticket sellers will be in various positions and on the move within the ground. Look out for the bonus £20 prize which will be announced on the club’s website and social media accounts the Monday after a home fixture. Don’t throw your ticket away as it could still be worth £20!
From the M62
Follow the M62 (eastbound) to junction 38. Here the M62 turns into the A63. Continue on the A63, under the Humber Bridge and over the flyover, past the marina and continue over the roundabout staying on the A63. Join the A1033 (Hedon Road) and follow this straight over the roundabout and past Hull Prison. After about 1/4 mile is another roundabout, again head straight across and approximately 1,000 yards later, turn left at the roundabout into Marfleet Lane. At the next set of traffic lights turn right onto the dual carriageway (Preston Road). The KC Lightstream Stadium is about half way down on your right hand side just before the end of the dual carriageway.
Or just pop HU9 5HE into your sat-nav!
Paragon Interchange is the city’s public transport hub, with trains and buses regularly arriving and departing.