What is the capacity of Tynecastle?
Why is Hearts ground called Tynecastle?
Hearts first moved to the Gorgie area, in the west of Edinburgh, in 1881. This pitch, known as “Tynecastle Park” or “Old Tynecastle”, stood on the site of the present-day Wardlaw Street and Wardlaw Terrace. Hearts won the Scottish Cup in 1891, which provided the club with sufficient finances for a new clubhouse.
When was Tynecastle built?
April 10, 1886
When was the Wheatfield Stand built?
The building of Wheatfield and Roseburn stands were completed in 1994 before the Gorgie Stand was erected in 1997. That left just the Main Stand, designed by Archibald Leitch. That was eventually replaced in 2017 with the new £15m structure that now dominates the top of McLeod Street.
What league is Tynecastle?
East of Scotland Football League
Who plays at Tynecastle?
Heart of Midlothian F.C.
Who is Hearts manager?
manager Robbie Neilson
Hearts manager Robbie Neilson hit with three-game SFA ban after Rangers red card.
What size is Hampden pitch?
105m x 70m
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What league are Linlithgow Rose in?
Linlithgow Rose F.C./Leagues
Linlithgow Rose Football Club are a Scottish football club based in Linlithgow, West Lothian. The team plays in the East of Scotland Football League Premier Division, the sixth tier of Scottish football, having moved from the junior leagues in 2018.
What is the capacity of Easter Road?
Easter Road (Hibernian FC)/Capacity
Is the main stand at Tynecastle being rebuilt?
Hearts Football Club has secured consent from the City of Edinburgh Council to rebuild the main stand at Tynecastle Stadium. Heart of Midlothian Football Club has submitted a planning application for a new Main Stand at the Tynecastle stadium.
What are the names of the stadium at Tynecastle?
Tynecastle is an all-seated stadium, split into four sections known as the Gorgie Stand, Main Stand, Wheatfield Stand and Roseburn Stand. The Main Stand was rebuilt in 2017, replacing an older facility designed by noted football stadium architect Archibald Leitch.
What was the capacity of Tynecastle in 1954?
The terraces were concreted in 1951 and Tynecastle became Scotland’s first all-concrete stadium in 1954. Following the modernisation of the stadium, the club architects said that the capacity stood at 54,359, but for safety reasons only 49,000 tickets were printed and sold for big matches.
How tall is the Roseburn Stand at Tynecastle?
The rest of the stadium comprising the Roseburn, Gorgie and Wheatfield Stands, are all good sized single tiered stands, that are similar in design and height. They are slightly taller than the Main Stand. The corners of the stadium are open meaning that the stands are separate.