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Heart of Midlothian Football Club Stadium Information

Tynecastle Stadium

Tynecastle was opened April 1886 and holds 17,420. The architecture was by Archibald Leitch who created the main stand and Jim Clydesdale who created the Wheatfield, Roseburn and Gorgie stands. Tynecastle is the eight largest stadium in Scotland and 2007-08 season and the 2008-09 season was voted the best stadium in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League Fans' Survey.

Match day Ticket Prices

The club operate a three tier category system for matches with admission prices dependant on which club is being played with the highest ticket prices for the local derby against Hibernian starting from £27 for adults and £17 for consessions with slightly cheaper tickets for the games against Rangers and Celtic. Tickets against all other SPL teams start from £17 for adults and £7 for U18s.

General Directions

Tynecastle Stadium is located close to the West End of Edinburgh and can be located from there by taking the Dalry Road fork at Haymarket and continuing until Dalry Road joins Gorgie Road.

From the Edinburgh City Bypass (A720), take the A71 Edinburgh West slip road and follow signs for City Centre.

Away Supporters

Away supporters are allocated all or part of the Roseburn Stand which is located at the north end of the stadium. Access is by the McLeod Street turnstiles 23 - 32. Coach parking is in Russell Road, which is accessed from McLeod Street as shown on the plan linked above.

Written by Ray Pearce

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