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Supporter Information: Hearts vs Rangers

17 May 2024

Supporters attending Hearts’ final cinch Premiership match of the season against Rangers at Tynecastle Park on Saturday should read the following information.


Key Info

Tickets: On sale to supporters with 15+ loyalty points.


Kick-off: 12:30pm


Turnstiles open: 11:30am


Ticket Office hours: 9am until kick-off- then reopening for 30 minutes at FT. Please get here early to avoid collection queues.   


Clubstore hours: Open from 9am-5pm.


Eighteen74 Bar (Main Stand): Open from 10:30am to match ticket holders.


TV: Live on Hearts TV International, audio commentary inside UK & Ireland.


Full-time celebrations

Supporters will have the chance to pay tribute to the departing players following Saturday’s cinch Premiership match with Rangers, as well as celebrate the end to a fantastic season which has seen the club clinch third place in the table, European football for the third season in a row for the first time ever, and guaranteed group stage European football. 

At full time the first team and coaching staff will head into the dressing room before returning shortly after to form a guard of honour for the departing players. The squad and coaching staff will then partake in a lap of honour, heading left in the direction of the Main Stand/Gorgie Stand and then making their way around the pitch.

This is an opportunity for fans and players to show their appreciation of each other and we encourage supporters to remain inside the stadium at full time to take part.



Tickets are available to supporters with 15+ loyalty points.


Turnstiles will open at 11:30am. 


Supporters are encouraged to arrive early so as to avoid queuing and help ease the flow of people into the stadium.


Home supporters are reminded that they can enter via the Wheatfield and Gorgie Stand turnstiles regardless of which of these two stands they are seated in.


All turnstiles have been upgraded. The unmanned turnstiles now feature a front-facing reader that is compatible with season ticket cards, match tickets, and scanning digital tickets via your smartphone/electronic device. Simply hold your season card/ticket in front of the reader to scan the QR code/barcode, wait for the go-ahead and push your way through the turnstile. 


Searching is a condition of entry and refusal to cooperate will result in refused entry.


Anyone deemed to have consumed excessive amounts of alcohol will be refused entry, and supporters are reminded not to attempt to bring any prohibited items into the stadium, including pyrotechnics.


Unacceptable conduct will result in ejection from the stadium and any supporter who has been ejected will face sanctions in accordance with our unacceptable conduct policy.


A mobile barrier will be in place on McLeod Street before and after the match to ensure the safety of supporters, this will be removed as soon as possible. 


Supporters should be aware of a music event taking place at Murrayfield Ice Rink with a crowd of circa 5,000 attending and plan their journeys to Tynecastle accordingly.


Eighteen74 Bar

The Eighteen74 Bar will be open from 10:30am for match ticket holders.


Stadium Kiosks

Kiosks will be open throughout the stadium, please note kiosks only accept card payments. 


Match Programme


This weekend’s programme features an interview with head coach Steven Naismith and is available to purchase at various locations outside the stadium.


The Matchday programme is also available online from our friends at Curtis Sport.



Hearts TV International Fans subscribers can watch the match live from 12pm UK time by tuning in to join Robert Borthwick and Gary Wales from the studio, with commentary coming from Laurie Dunsire and Jimmy Sandison.

UK & Ireland-based subscribers can listen to live audio commentary of the match.