Hull City Ladies featured club at Bonus Arena

event this Saturday

Hull City Ladies FC are proud to be a contributing club at the upcoming Sport, Health and Fitness Show at the Bonus Arena this Saturday, 25 May 10am to 4pm.

Our club will be a featured guest at the event along with Hull KR, Hull FC, Tommy Coyle and many more local sport providers to be announced.
The event will showcase a wide variety of sports and fitness clubs in a bid to build on the passion of sport across the region. It will allow visitors the chance to learn about and try their hand at new sports, learn about nutrition, pick up new sportswear and equipment and meet and hear from some great sporting personalities and influences.

At the event, Hull City Ladies will be providing presentations and interactive sessions including our Penalty Shootout competition, the ‘Keepy-Uppy Challenge’ and the chance to meet and take photos with players. Hull City Ladies will also be providing a club stall with all sorts of goodies and merchandise available to purchase including clothing and sportswear, posters, mugs, face-painting, official club calendars and much more.

there will also be the opportunity to purchase the new Hull City Ladies 2019/2020 Home and Away kits and training-wear first at the event before they go on general sale!

For one day only we will also be offering a discount of up to 20% off the RRP for the official HCLFC 2019/2020 season passes.
And fans would be hard-pressed to find a better value season pass for the upcoming season!

Club Head Coach Danny Johnson said on our involvement at the event: “Hull City Ladies FC are passionate about sport, health and fitness. We know that we play an integral part in this area especially for women and girls. Our players and staff are represented as role models for both male and females across the region and we look forward to giving people more opportunities.”

Boxer Tommy Coyle, who will feature alongside Hull City Ladies at the event said: “Hull has special place in my heart – the people who live here have been good to me, not only have they supported me in victory but they have continued to support in defeat also. I like to give back in numerous ways to the city as a thank you and one of those ways is ensuring that all kids under 17 have free access to my academies. Our health and wellbeing is so important but a lot of people don’t quite understand how important it is. Health is wealth.”

The show is completely free to attendees and will run between 10am and 4pm with activities planned throughout the day.