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The FA Cup or the English Cup (The Football Association Challenge Cup) is an FA Cup football enterprise (the loser comes out, or "knockout"). The English Cup, worn since 1872, is the oldest football enterprise in the world and the most prestigious of the two largest English football trophy competitions. The current trophy holder is Manchester City. From 2015–2018 sponsor Emirates is attached to the trophy.
Hull City Association Football Club is an English football club that plays in the Championship. The football team, which represents the city of Kingston on the Hall, plays at Kingston Communications Stadium which has 25,400 seats. The team uniform includes a black-and-orange striped shirt, black trousers and orange socks, hence nicknames: The Tigers.
In the 2007/2008 season, the club recorded history and qualified for the first time in the senior football league in England. Until then, it was the largest city in Europe that had never represented a senior national football league. Her peak position by then – third in the Premier League – reached Hall City in 1910, and missed the promotion to the first English league at that time. From then until her rise to the Premier League in 2008, Hall has not been able to restore that feat and finish so high in the table, with most of her history passing in the third and fourth leagues. Her only titles include three wins in the third English League Championship, in the 1932/1933, 1947/1948 and 1965/1966 seasons. Her most significant achievement in the FA Cup was qualifying for the 2014 finals.