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Hull FC League Jersey

Hull FC who are also known as the Airlie Birds and Black and Whites, play their home games in strip of black and white shirts, with white shorts and black socks. The away strip is all dark blue. A couple of well known Welshmen from the past have donned the shirt, in: Tommy Harris and Clive Sullivan.

Hull Fc Rugby League Shirt 2012 Size Large Excellent Condition.

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Rare 1998 Olympic Sports Hull Fc Sharks Home Rugby League Shirt Jersey Large

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Hull Fc Rugby League Shirt Large Airlie Birds

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Hull Fc Signed By 8 Players Rugby League Shirt Kids 4-6 Years Good Cond

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Hull Fc Rugby League 1991 Shirt Mens Xl Shopacheck Premiership Final Repro

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Hull Fc Signed By 20 Odd Players Rugby League Shirt Age 14 Years Good Cond

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Hull Fc Rugby League Shirt

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Hull Fc Rugby League Shirt 2 Xl Horne 6 Testimonial Shirt Ltd Edition 940

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Hull Fc Rugby League Shirt Size Xs Challenge Cup Winners 2005 Airline Birds

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Hull Fc Rugby League Shirt 1980s Umbro Good Condition

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Hull Fc Rugby League Training Shirt/jersey/top Size Large 42-44" Super League

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Hull Fc Rugby League Shirt Size Xl

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Hull FC is a professional rugby league football club formed in 1865 and based in Hull, England. They were one of the founder members of the Northern Union which was formed in 1895 and eventually became the present day Rugby League. Hull FC play their home games in the 25,400 capacity KC Stadium, The Circle, Walton Street, Anlaby Road, Hull,

The club has had periods of reaching the top honours and to-date they are: Championship in 1919-20, 1920-21, 1935-36, 1955-56, 1957-58 and 1982-83 Challenge Cup in 1913-14, 1981-82 and 2005, Premiership 1990-91, Yorkshire Cup in 1922-23, 1968-69, 1981-82, 1982-83 and 1983-84, Yorkshire League in 1918-19, 1922-23, 1926-27 and 1935-36, plus the John Player Trophy in 1981-82 and the last BBC2 Floodlit Trophy in 1979-80.

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