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The Journey Continues- Hearts Women 24/25 Season Tickets

04 July 2024

The Journey Continues. Hearts Women season tickets are on sale now.


With the 24/25 Scottish Power Women’s Premier League fixtures now released, we can announce a season ticket option for our supporters for the upcoming campaign.


Last season was full of history for Eva Olid’s side. As well as ensuring a second consecutive fourth place finish, the team reached a first ever Scottish Cup Final at the national stadium.


It’s been another busy summer window for Olid’s side with numerous arrivals from both near and far. Last season’s SWPL top scorer Bayley Hutchison became the club’s first summer signing and she was joined by her former Aberdeen teammates Eilidh Shore and Jess Broadrick.


Naomi Powell crossed the city from Hibs, whereas Lisa Robertson and Kayla Jardine joined from Celtic and Rangers respectively. One of the more unknown signings saw Jackie Richards cross the pond to join the Jambos from Villanova Wildcats University.


As well as new signings, the club continues to promote from within with Jess and Erin Husband now established members of the first team, while Brodie Greenwood recently signed her first professional contract, after a productive loan spell at Dundee United last season.


Now the team want to take the next step and break into the established top three in the Scottish women’s game, but to do that, we need your support!


Join us at Oriam for what promises to be another memorable season.


Pricing is as follows:


Adults: £100

Concessions: £30 (U18s & O65s)

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A season ticket will grant you access to all of Hearts’ Scottish Power Women’s Premier League home matches, including post-split games. This will be posted out to you in due course. 


Speaking to the Official Hearts Website, manager Eva Olid said:


“It’s going to be a special season. This is a new era, after three years of transition. We have a young team with a lot of talent and a professional mindset, but also a few experienced players, which will give the team the leadership we need.


“We want to compete in every game for the three points. It doesn't matter who we’re up against, that will always be our aim and we’ll see where it takes us.”