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Big Hearts to feature on 150th anniversary Hearts’ kit!

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At our 8th Big Hearts Day at Tynecastle Park this weekend, Heart of Midlothian FC has given our charity the privilege of displaying our maroon logo on the front of this year’s 150th anniversary third kit!

As the First Team squad take to the pitch at Tynecastle Park on Saturday, they will show their continued support to Big Hearts by wearing a one-off 23/24 third kit with the Club’s charity logo taking pride of place on the front alongside the Club’s crest.

The special strips worn by each player will be auctioned from 3pm on Saturday, with all funds going to Big Hearts. [Big Hearts auction].

To add to the value of these shirts, each one will be individually signed by the respective player (post-match), and be offered unwashed to supporters, including mud and sweat! Supporters can place bids online to own these unique pieces of memorabilia, with the auction closing on 6th April. All funds raised via the MatchWornShirt auction, will enable Big Hearts to continue changing lives through football.

“It’s an honour to see the Club and first team players support our charity on the pitch for the 4th consecutive year. Big Hearts Day is a reminder of the amazing power of the Heart of Midlothian FC badge in changing lives and we are proud to play our role as the registered charity operating from Tynecastle Park.”Craig Wilson, CEO at Big Hearts.

The Club has been a great advocate of our work, since Big Hearts took a new direction in 2015 to support local families in need. In 2021, we opened our own community space within the stadium – The Shed, which sees thousands of adults and children visiting each month to access free support services from Big Hearts

Everyone at Big Hearts would like to extend our gratitude to Heart of Midlothian FC for giving us this special opportunity to raise awareness of our charity at this Cinch Premiership game.

* Place your bid to bring home a piece of Big Hearts’ history *


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