Former Fanzines

Last updated : 13 May 2009 By Andy Beill
The Three O'Clock At Kempton (March 1999 - April 2000)
Three paper issues were produced before becoming a webzine, last updated in January 2004. Returned as a blog in 2008 and now also on Twitter.

TOSS! (March 1998 - May 1999)
Standing for "Tigers On S*** Street!", eight issues were produced before amalgamating with the City Independent Phoneline to form new fanzine City Independent in the summer of 1999.

Amber Nectar issue 4 Nov/Dec 1998Amber Nectar (21st February 1998 - February 2003)
A website since 1998 still operating now, Amber Nectar was also a paper fanzine for its first five years. This coincided with David Lloyd's and Nick Buchanan's eras in charge of the club, Amber Nectar highly critical of both regimes. The back page of issue 3 memorably doubled up as a "No to the Boulevard" placard in reaction to Lloyd's plans to move the club to the rugby ground.

Editors Les Motherby and Andy Dalton are well-known amongst Hull City fans not only for their attendance at matches but for previous involvement with the Tigers Co-operative, numerous local and national media appearances, and now membership on the Fans' Liaison Committee.

Tiger Rag (1994-97)
Edited by Geoff Bradley, Andy Medcalf, Gary Hook

Look Back In Amber (1992-94)
Edited by Richard Lusmore and Gary Hook

Last Train To Boothferry Halt (1993)
Edited by Richard Lusmore and Gary Hook

On Cloud Seven (1990-92)
So-called after Colin Appleton announced he was "on cloud seven" having become Hull City manager again in 1989. Edited by Gary Clipson, Catherine Redgwell, Mike Scott, Steve Weatherill and Andy Wilson. Returned in 2003 in website form as a resource for quality match reports, statistics, and player profile archive.

From Hull To Eternity
Edited by Richard Lusmore and Gary Hook

Fearful Symmetry
Edited by Karl Vint and thought of as one of the bizarrest City zines you'll ever see, numbering just a few issues.

Hull, Hell and Happiness (1988-92)
The first City fanzine, edited by Andy Medcalf