History of Hull City Online

Last updated : 14 February 2002 By
Hull City Online is an independant web site which has no relationship with Hull City AFC other than the fact that we write about the team.

Our aim is to bring you regular Hull City AFC news during the season, as well as providing Club information and other related resources, plus documenting well-researched historical information / features.

This site was created through the merger of the following sites:
The Amber site - edited by Andy Medcalf and founded in 1995. This was the first web site on Hull City AFC and actually briefly the official Tigers'web site during 1996, but independant since then.

The Hull City Supporters Online site - edited by Paul Jarvis - was launched in early 1999 and initially linked to the Hull City Supporters Club. The lack of support or contribution from the Hull City Supporters Club led to all links being severed in February 2000.

HCAFC.com - edited by Andy Beill - was launched in 1998 and has built up to a great reputation based on fast and accurate news reporting, excellent interactive services and comprehensive statistics.

This site aims to provide a main portal site for all Hull City fans and act as a central resource to help supporters (young or old) to easily find information, views, comment and take part in interactive services related to supporting our never-great team.

We wish to express our thanks to our partner sites, Tigerland and Tigers Nostalgia, for their support and contribution to this Tiger "Internet Emporium".
Profiles of the editorial team can be found here...

The site would not be possible without the contributions and support of:
Paul Jarvis, Andy Medcalf, Andy Beill, Paul Bryant, Mike Peterson, Mike Scott, Stephen Weatherill, Ian Thomson, Mark Gretton, Keith Dean, Paul Hoy, Rob Finch, Jamie Rhodes, Alan Riby, Frank Anholm, Hull City AFC, Rob Smith, Dave Rodmell, Steve Richardson, Tracy Medcalf and Elaine Grainger-Jarvis.