If you are looking to travel to watch your beloved club play Hearts you will love the atmosphere at Tynecastle Park.

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Hearts FC is a professional football club that play in the first tier of Scottish Football which is known as the Scottish Premier League. Managed by Robbie Neilson the side are having a great season and were close to finishing in the top three before a bad run of form towards the end of the season. 

In our Hearts Football Club guide, we showcase all of the important information from the squad, upcoming fixtures and results, and also the heritage of Hearts Football Club.

Hearts Registered Squad

Here is a list of the registered squad for Hearts 2024:

Goal Keepers

Craig Gordon
Zander Clark
Liam MacFarlane


Frankie Kent
Peter Haring
Nathaniel Atkinson
Kye Rowles
Ben Garuccio
Aaron McEneff
Stephen Kingsley
Toby Sibbick
Craig Halkett
Adam Forrester


Beni Baningime
Jorge Grant
Calem Nieuwenhof
Cameron Devlin
Alex Cochrane
Loic Damour
Scott Fraser
Marcel Langer
Luke Rathie
Callum Sandilands
Bobby McLuckie
Macauley Tait
Robert Snodgrass
Dexter Lembikisa


Lawrence Shankland
Yutaro Oda
Steven Naismith
Barrie McKay
Aidan Denholm
Liam Boyce
Kyosuke Tagawa
Finlay Pollock
Murray Thomas
James Wilson
Kenneth Vargas

Hearts Upcoming Fixtures

Upcoming GameCompetionOpponentVenue
Sat 13 15:00Leyton OrientHome
Wed 17 19:00TottenhamHome

Hearts Previous Results

Sat 18-05Scottish PremiershipSPLRangersHome3‑3D
Wed 15-05Scottish PremiershipSPLSt MirrenAway2‑2D
Sat 11-05Scottish PremiershipSPLDundeeHome3‑0W
Sat 04-05Scottish PremiershipSPLCelticAway0‑3L
Sat 27-04Scottish PremiershipSPLKilmarnockAway0‑0D
Sun 21-04Scottish CupSCRangersAway0‑2L
Sat 13-04Scottish PremiershipSPLLivingstonHome4‑2W
Sat 06-04Scottish PremiershipSPLSt MirrenAway2‑1W
Sat 30-03Scottish PremiershipSPLKilmarnockHome1‑1D
Sat 16-03Scottish PremiershipSPLRoss CountyAway1‑2L
Mon 11-03Scottish CupSCMortonAway1‑0W
Sun 03-03Scottish PremiershipSPLCelticHome2‑0W
Wed 28-02Scottish PremiershipSPLHibernianHome1‑1D
Sat 24-02Scottish PremiershipSPLRangersAway0‑5L
Sat 17-02Scottish PremiershipSPLMotherwellHome2‑0W

Popular Questions

When was Hearts FC founded?

Hearts Football Club was founded in 1874.

What is the home stadium of Hearts FC?

The home stadium of Hearts FC is Tynecastle Park, which has a capacity of just over 20,000 spectators.

What are some of Hearts FC’s greatest achievements?

Hearts FC has a number of great achievements to their name, including winning the Scottish Premier League four times, most recently in 1959. They have also won the Scottish Cup eight times, with their most recent victory coming in 2012. Hearts FC has a passionate fan base and a rich history in Scottish football, making them one of the most respected and iconic clubs in the country.

Hearts Manager History

06/09/2023 – 30/06/2024Steven NaismithScotland14/09/1986
07/06/2023 – 14/09/2023Frankie McAvoyScotland01/06/1974
10/04/2023 – 30/06/2023Steven NaismithScotland14/09/1986
22/06/2020 – 09/04/2023Robbie NeilsonScotland19/06/1980
10/12/2019 – 20/06/2020Daniel StendelGermany04/04/1974
31/10/2019 – 09/12/2019Austin MacPheeScotland11/10/1979
28/08/2017 – 30/10/2019Craig LeveinScotland22/10/1964
02/08/2017 – 31/12/2019Jon DalyIreland08/01/1983
05/12/2016 – 01/08/2017Ian CathroScotland11/07/1986
03/12/2016 – 04/12/2016Jon DalyIreland08/01/1983
01/07/2014 – 02/12/2016Robbie NeilsonScotland19/06/1980
01/03/2013 – 12/05/2014Gary LockeScotland16/06/1975
01/07/2012 – 28/02/2013John McGlynnScotland19/12/1961
02/08/2011 – 30/06/2012Paulo SérgioPortugal19/02/1968
29/01/2010 – 01/08/2011Jim JefferiesScotland22/11/1950
10/07/2008 – 29/01/2010Csaba LászlóHungary13/02/1964
01/01/2008 – 09/07/2008Stephen FrailScotland10/08/1969
02/03/2007 – 30/06/2008Anatoliy KorobochkaRussia05/01/1955
27/11/2006 – 28/02/2007Valdas IvanauskasLithuania31/07/1966
23/10/2006 – 13/11/2006Eduard MalofeevBelarus02/06/1942
23/10/2006 – 26/11/2006Evgenijus RiabovasLithuania03/02/1951
23/03/2006 – 22/10/2006Valdas IvanauskasLithuania31/07/1966
07/11/2005 – 22/03/2006Graham RixEngland23/10/1957
01/07/2005 – 21/10/2005George BurleyScotland03/06/1956
03/11/2004 – 30/06/2005John RobertsonScotland02/10/1964
01/12/2000 – 29/10/2004Craig LeveinScotland22/10/1964
08/11/2000 – 29/11/2000Peter HoustonScotland19/07/1958
01/07/1995 – 08/11/2000Jim JefferiesScotland22/11/1950
01/07/1994 – 30/06/1995Tommy McLeanScotland02/06/1947
01/07/1993 – 30/06/1994Sandy ClarkScotland28/10/1956
10/09/1990 – 03/05/1993Joe JordanScotland15/12/1951
01/07/1986 – 30/06/1988Sandy JardineScotland31/12/1948
01/07/1981 – 31/12/1990Alex MacDonaldScotland17/03/1948
01/07/1977 – 30/06/1980Willie OrmondScotland23/02/1927
12/10/1974 – 19/04/1977John HagartScotland19/11/1937
01/07/1970 – 30/06/1974Bobby SeithScotland09/03/1932
01/07/1966 – 30/06/1973Eddie ThomsonAustralia25/02/1947
15/02/1951 – 30/06/1966Tommy WalkerScotland26/05/1915
01/07/1935 – 05/02/1937David PrattScotland05/03/1896
01/07/1908 – 31/12/1909James McGheeScotland02/04/1862


Hearts Football Club is a professional football club based in the Scottish capital of Edinburgh. The club was founded in 1874 and has a rich and storied history in Scottish football. They play their home matches at Tynecastle Park, which has a capacity of just over 20,000 spectators.

In terms of their style of play, Hearts FC is known for playing a high-tempo and attacking brand of football. They have a strong emphasis on possession and building play from the back, with their midfielders and forwards encouraged to make runs and create scoring opportunities. The club has a reputation for developing young talent, and their academy has produced a number of successful players over the years.

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