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Edinburgh Arts support the Tynecastle Redevelopment Fund

7th April 2017

Commemorative strip on sale now with special framing offer available

Special offer for fans wishing to frame main stand commemorative shirts

Heart of Midlothian FC is delighted that its gallery partner, Edinburgh Arts is making a special offer to fans for framing the special Main Stand commemorative shirt.  The shirt, which features a motif designed by local artist and Hearts fan, Donald Mitchell, will be worn by the team in this season’s final home game.

The cost for framing the shirt is as follows:

Shirt Size        

Price

Small / Medium

£70.00

Large / XL

£80.00

XXL

£90.00

 

Edinburgh will donate £10 to the Tynecastle Redevelopment Fund for every shirt framed.

Edinburgh Arts Managing Director, Steven Smith said “We are really excited about Hearts' plans for their redevelopment of Tynecastle, but we know the main stand holds many memories for fans. This shirt will hopefully become a collector's piece and we would like show our support by making a donation towards the development of the new stand for every strip that we frame”.

With these tops, the club remembers a stunning example of stadium architecture designed by esteemed stadium architect, Archibald Keir Leitch. Along with the main stand at Craven Cottage and the façade of the main stand at Ibrox, the main stand at Tynecastle remains one of just a few remaining projects built by Leitch.

We know this stand holds so many memories for generations of Hearts fans and we look forward to celebrating these memories with some key events later in the season. Please keep an eye on our website for additional detail.

The first team will wear the maroon version of this strip in the final home game of the season and the club has made a selected amount available for fans to purchase alongside a limited number of Rosebery tops.

Framing can be commissioned in the clubstore with framed shirts being available for collection in the week following order.

The jersey is boxed and presented with a certificate telling the story of the main stand and  available now for £40.

All profits from the sale of the commemorative shirt go towards the Tynecastle Redevelopment Fund.