Hull City has announced an opportunity for 50 fans to win an all expenses paid trip to Türkiye during the upcoming March international break.

Fans of the Championship club that win the competition will stay at the Kremlin Palace, an all-inclusive accommodation, and fly on a private chartered plane from Humberside Airport on 18 March, which has been provided by Club Chairman Acun Ilıcalı and principal partners of the club Corendon Airlines and Anex Tour.

In addition, the 50 fans will accompany and travel with Liam Rosenior’s first-team squad, who are in Antalya for a period of warm weather training, and each winner will also be entitled to invite a guest of their choosing.

This competition will mark the second time the club has provided this opportunity, taking 320 fans on an all-inclusive trip to Türkiye in 2022. Fans who attended the trip that year are excluded from entering the draw. 

To enter the competition, fans must be members of the club, however, Hull has created three extra criteria points in order for fans to be granted up to 15 additional entries into the prize draw. The entry criteria is as follows:

  • A Valid Membership = one entry.
  • A Tigers+ subscription = one additional entry.
  • Attended five+ away Hull City fixtures during 2023/24 = three additional entries.
  • Attended every away Hull City league fixture during 2023/24 = 10 additional entries.

Ilıcalı took over Hull City in 2022, acquiring the club for £30m. Since the takeover, fans have sung the praises of the Turkish owner. 

The team is currently performing well on-the-pitch, sitting in a play-off position. The owner has also done his part off-the-pitch, providing memorable moments for fans and re-building a sense of community, which was lost towards the end of the previous owners reign.

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