City Till We Die

City Till We Die is a community group campaigning to protect the historic identity of Hull City AFC.

UPDATE: Tuesday 4th February 2014. Read our submission to the FA and watch our video.

No to Hull Tigers

What our Chairman says

On 12 September 2013, in an interview with The Guardian, Hull City AFC owner Dr Assem Allam said, “By next year I will change the name to Hull Tigers." He added, "I cannot afford to run the club by fans' feeling." In a Hull Daily Mail interview on 9 August 2013, he stated, “Hull City is irrelevant. My dislike to the word City is because it is common... City is a lousy identity.”

What we believe

Changing our name will break with 109 years of history and tradition. Hull City AFC is the thread which connects Boothferry Park, the KC Stadium and Wembley; that links Raich Carter, Chris Chilton and Ken Wagstaff to Ian Ashbee, Dean Windass and the team of today. It represents our community.

Our aims

What you can do

Sign the Petition

This will be sent to both the FA and the Premier League.

Send a postcard

We will be giving out “City Till We Die” postcards to send to the FA and the Premier League.

Join in the chants

We will be singing “City Till I Die” and “Hull City AFC” as a way of opposing the name change and supporting the players.

Wear a badge

We will be handing out free No To Hull Tigers badges at City matches.

Join us online

Share your opinions with us on Twitter, Facebook, or sign up to our mailing list.

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