Club News

Update for supporters in the Main Stand

25th November 2017

A number of changes have been made to improve supporters' matchday experience in the Main Stand.

Ahead of today's match against Ross County, the club is pleased to announce that a number of changes have been made to the Main Stand with a view to improving our supporters’ matchday experience.

Having reviewed the feedback received in the wake of last Sunday’s fixture against Partick Thistle, the club is pleased to announce that supporters in the Main Stand will now be able to move between the north and south sections using the concourse area. The only restrictions will be shortly before kick-off and around half-time and full-time when the doors will be closed for a short time period to allow hospitality guests to enter and exit the lounges.

Supporters in the Main Stand can also access an external smoking area via the South section exit.

With regards to toilet facilities, there are now three male toilet blocks and one female toilet block in both sides of the Main Stand. Disabled facilities have also improved with one disabled toilet now in operation in the North section.

Finally, supporters are reminded that Tynecastle Park is an all-seater stadium. With that in mind, fans are asked to please refrain from standing during the match as this could result in sanctions against the club.

For further information on stadium access, click here