Heart of Midlothian Football Club play in the Scottish Premier League where they are nicknamed 'The Maroons' and they wear maroon shirts with white trim which are supplied by German brand adidas. The club were formed in 1874 and they have won four Scottish League Championships and they play their home games at the Tynecastle Stadium in Gorgie, Edinburgh.
Playing at the Tynecastle Stadium in Edinburgh, Scotland, that has a capacity of 18,008. Hearts wear home shirts of maroon with, white socks and maroon shorts. When playing away from home, they wear white shirts and socks with light blue shorts.
Historic club colours of yellow and pink are used to create Hearts' latest away shirt for use in 2016/17 [...]
Third placed finishers within the Scottish Premiership Hearts prepare for 2016/17 by unveiling their latest home shirt. Heart of Midlothian's iconic maroon club colour will once again pose proudly within 2016/17 Scottish football after kit suppliers Puma compose a minimalistic yet aesthetically p [...]
Puma and Heart of Midlothian have revealed their new home and away shirts for next season [...]
Hearts whose full name is Heart of Midlothian, have won five Scottish League Championships, four Scottish League Cups and six Scottish FA Cups. Nicknamed the Jambos or the Jam Tarts, Hearts were founded in 1874 and moved to their current ground in 1886.
Famous players to have pulled on the club's shirt include, Jimmy Wardhaugh, John Robertson and Alfie Conn. With the foreign money of Vladimir Romanov and new manager George Burley, Hearts are looking to have a big impact on the SPL and the Glasgow domination of Scottish football.