Matchday Information
Tynecastle Park

Matchday Information

Tynecastle Park is one of the oldest and most revered stadiums in Scottish football.

Famed for its award-winning atmosphere, there is no finer sight than watching the Jambos run out to a sea of maroon packed inside the recently-redeveloped stadium.

Match tickets can be purchased via the club's three sales channels: online at Hearts eTickets, over the phone by calling 0333 043 1874, options 1 or in person at the Hearts Ticket Office, situated in the new Clubstore inside the Main Stand, just off the Foundation Plaza.

If you have any Hearts-related queries then please don't hesitate to contact the club directly; call 0333 043 1874, option 1 then 8 or email tickets@homplc.co.uk

Half-time stadium announcements

Do you have a message for a friend or a loved one that you would like our stadium announcer to read out at half-time? Please click here and fill out the contact form, selecting "Half-time announcements" from the drop down menu.

Matchday Overview
  • Clubstore & Ticket Office: Both are located to the left of the Main Stand Reception on The Foundation Plaza.
  • Eighteen 74 Fans' Bar & Cafe: Located between the Clubstore and the Gorgie Suite: The ideal place to enjoy a refreshment and soak up the pre and post-match atmosphere! Open on matchdays to Hearts Season Ticket Holders and those with a valid home end match ticket. (Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult).
  • Turnstiles: Open one hour before kick-off, but don't worry, there is plenty to keep you occupied in and around The Foundation Plaza before that time. 
  • Refreshments: Fans can purchase food and drink from a variety of kiosks on the concourses throughout the stadium. Find yourself on The Foundation Plaza? Pop by the La Favorita truck for a delicious, freshly baked pizza!
  • Hospitality: The Club's award-winning matchday hospitality makes for an unforgettable experience at Tynecastle! Enjoy exquisite cuisine and top entertainment in one of our lounges and take in the match in one of the stadium's prime seating areas. To find out more about our matchday hospitality packages, click here.

 

Matchday at Tynecastle! 

Getting to Tynecastle

General Directions - Tynecastle Park 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 (Roseburn Stand) - 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.

Please note: Russell Road is unsuitable for double decker coaches.

Coach travel from the North - Join the A8 Corstorphine Road and travel along it until you reach the Haymarket junction. Take the right-hand lane in the one-way system (West Maitland Street, Torphichen Place and Morrison Street) before bearing left along Dalry Road until you join Gorgie Road. Travel along Gorgie Road until you pass under the railway bridge. McLeod Street is immediately on your right with the Tynecastle Arms on the corner. Proceed along McLeod Street until you join Russell Road. Coaches are parked here or on the overflow areas in Roseburn Street.

Please note: Russell Road is unsuitable for double decker coaches.

Coach travel from the West - At the Hermiston Gate roundabout at the end of the M8 Edinburgh Link take the Edinburgh West (A71) slip road. Travel straight along the Calder Road (A71) through three roundabouts and keep on this road until it merges with Gorgie Road. Pass under the railway bridge and the fourth road on the left is McLeod Street. Proceed along McLeod Street until you join Russell Road. Coaches are parked here or on the overflow areas in Roseburn Street.

Please note: Russell Road is unsuitable for double decker coaches.

Train -  If travelling from the West and North, disembark at Haymarket Station (the last stop before Waverley Station) and proceed along Dalry Road and Gorgie Road.

If travelling from the South, continue your journey through Waverley Station to Haymarket Station.

Bus - Buses from Haymarket/Dalry to Tynecastle are Lothian numbers 1, 2, 3, 21, 25, 33 and First numbers 25, 27, 28 & 427.

Car - There are no special parking arrangements and traffic wardens strictly control street parking in the immediate vicinity of the stadium.

To the north of the stadium, there is some on-street parking available north of Murrayfield Stadium and Corstorphine Road. To the south of the stadium, there is some on-street parking available south of Gorgie Road and in the Shandon area.