Hull Kingston Rovers plays in the elite Super League competition and the Carnegie Challenge Cup- the longest running rugby tournament in the world.

The club is based at MS3 Craven Park stadium in East Hull and traditionally plays in Red and White shirts, which is the reason behind their well known nickname of 'The Robins'. Under the astute leadership of a Board of Directors led by Chairman Neil Hudgell, Rovers have developed into one of the most successful and best recognised rugby league clubs in the world.

As well as a successful team on the field, the off-field operation boasts a pro-active and forward thinking set up. This was acknowledged having been awarded the prestigious ‘Club of the Year’ at the annual Man of Steel Awards event in 2008 on the back of a record breaking season. Now firmly established as one of Super League's best club's, Rovers have ambitious plans for both on and off the field to progress even further.


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