Defender Alf Jordan joned the Tigers in 1924 and played a supporting role to the first team for two seasons.
Born in Belfast, Jordan began his football career with local side Willowfield before signing for Stoke City in 1923. He only stayed a season in the Potteries before heading for Hull.
On leaving City, Jordan had a brief spell at Bristol Rovers before returning to Ireland and playing for Dundalk. Later he returned to Hull and assisted his younger brother David, who also played for City during the 1930s.
Alf Jordan passed away in 1969.
Nationality: Northern Ireland
Date/Place of Birth: 1 December 1900, Belfast
Hull City First Game: 13 September 1924, Crystal Palace A (Division Two), 23 years, 287 days old
Hull City Final Game: 1 May 1926, Wolverhampton Wanderers A (Division Two), 25 years, 151 days old
Willowfield, Stoke City (1923-1924), Hull City (1924-1926), Bristol Rovers (1926), Dundalk
Hull City Record
Career: 9 apps, 0 goalsAlf Jordan