Midfielder Harry Wood joined Hull City as a 16 year old and made rapid progress, signing a one year contract in October 2020 then making his City debut on the final day of the 2020/21 season, allowing him to enjoy the League One trophy lift and subsequent celebrations. The day after his debut he signed a new two year deal for the Tigers – quite a weekend!
Harry came on as substitute in an August 2021 League Cup tie against Wigan and stayed around the fringes of the first team for the opening weeks of the season, then in late August 2021 he moved to Scunthorpe United on a season long loan. After 13 appearances for the Iron Harry’s loan was terminated early on the last day of January 2022 and he returned to the Tigers’ under-23 side.
In July 2023 the Tigers activated a one year extension in Wood’s contract and immediately loaned him Shelbourne, the League of Ireland side owned by Hull City owner Acun Ilicali. He made his Shels’ debut when coming on as a late sub in a 4-1 thumping of University College Dublin in July 2023.
Date/Place of Birth: 2 August 2002, Leeds
Hull City First Game: 9 May 2021, Charlton Athletic A (League One), 18 years, 280 days old
Hull City Final Game: [current player]
Hull City (2019-current), Scunthorpe United (2021-2022, loan), Shelbourne (2023-2024, loan)
Hull City Record
Career: 3 apps, 0 goalsHarry Wood