That could be one of the reasons clubs have come and gone , no facilities , no juniors , just surviving week to week , season to season .
Hull and district area had the biggest Saturday football league in the 80s outside of London , they played in some rubbish weather in the winter time .
Doesn't exist now , few teams play at a higher level and travel out of town for games .
Times have changed , maybe at some point a few more clubs will be able to secure grounds on long leases and secure funds / put down roots / expand even .
East Hull seem to have a decent piece of land would imagine its rented from local council (open age ) youth run out from St Richards School . Been down and nearly out but building again .
Holderness Vikings have a long lease , two good pitches , lots of junior teams but no open age . Two clubs that seem to be building for the future .
Few other teams who play NCL have good set ups .
The rest are on park pitches , local council facilities ,nothing wrong with that but its hard to grow a club without a few assets .