Hull City under-23s will play their home games at the Roy West Centre, the home of the East Riding FA.

The young Tigers called North Ferriby United’s Chadwick Stadium their home ground last season, but this time around the club have opted to relocate and will now all their home games inside the Hull boundary.

With exception of a select few which must be played at the KCOM Stadium, all City’s Professional Development League and Premier League Cup fixtures will now be played at East Riding FA headquarters down Inglemire Lane, close to the University of Hull.

The under-23s will open the season at the KCOM against Colchester United on Sunday August 12, but their first outing at the Roy West Centre will come two weeks later when they face Millwall on August 27.

With the new season looming for Jon Beale’s new look under-23 side, the academy manager can’t wait to get underway at their new home.

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