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23/24 Sky Sports Cup Final – Match Centre

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Match Details

Rangers v Partick Thistle
Sunday 24th March
1.30pm KO (12pm gates open for public)
Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh
Live and exclusively on Sky Sports and NOW.

Match Programme

Click here for the 2023/24 Sky Sports Cup Final programme.


£8 Adults | £1 Concessions (under 18’s, over 65’s, and supporters with a disability) | £15 family (2 adults & 2 concessions)

Tickets can be purchased online by clicking here or from the ticket office at Tynecastle Park. The ticket office will be open from 10am on matchday and will close at kick-off (1.30pm).

Supporters with a disability who wish to attend should contact and provide a contact number. Heart of Midlothian’s ticket office we’ll then call to assist with their purchase.

The Disability Access Officer at Heart of Midlothian is Keith Ferguson. Any supporters who have any match day queries relating to disabled access or any general information that they may wish to obtain about the stadium and its facilities ahead of attending should contact Keith.

There will be no formal segregation at the match and the SWPL is encouraging fans of women’s football and all clubs to attend one of the most important and iconic matches of the season. Supporters of both clubs can also choose to sit with fellow fans of their favourite club by purchasing tickets in the following areas:

  • Rangers – Sections N, P & Q
  • Partick Thistle – Sections R, S & T

The Main Stand will be in operation. Watch the following video (via YouTube) to find out more about accessing the stand using your ticket.

For any ticket enquiries or issues, please find more information by clicking here.

Donate a Ticket

The Scottish Women’s Premier League (SWPL) has launched a ‘Donate a Ticket’ campaign ahead of the 2023/24 Sky Sports Cup Final. This will allow people to support the women’s game while also giving children and families in need the opportunity to attend an amazing day out within their community.

Supported by the Big Hearts Community Trust, tickets will be donated to families and children in need within the local area.

Donations are available at £10, £15, and £20 which will provide the following:

  • A £10 donation will provide one adult and two concession tickets to a family in need.
  • A £15 donation will provide two adult and two concession tickets to a family in need.
  • A £20 donation will provide two adult and two concession tickets to a family in need and £5 will go directly to the Big Hearts Community Trust.

Donations can be made online via Heart of Midlothian’s ticketing website.

Hospitality (Sold Out)

Hospitality tickets are now sold out.

Based within the suites of Tynecastle Park’s Main Stand, hospitality is priced at £38pp and includes the following:

  • Exclusive seating within the Main Stand.
  • Pre-match hot fork buffet.
  • Half-time tea/coffee, cake, and pies.
  • One hour post-match suite access.
  • 1 welcome drink on arrival followed by a pay bar.

Please note that under 18’s are welcome within hospitality.


We are delighted for the return of our Fanzone ahead of the final. This will open from 12:00 (on Foundation Plaza and within the Main Stand concourse) and feature:

  • Meet & Greet with Kirsty Maclean (Rangers) & Carla Boyce (Rangers) from 12:05 to 12:30 within the Heart of Midlothian club shop
  • Face painters from 12:00 to 13:15
  • Live music from Clann An Drumma from 12:00 to 13:15
  • 360 video experience from 12:00 to 13:15
  • Digital graffiti wall from 12:00 to 13:15
  • Player trading card experience from 12:00 to 13:15
  • Club Mascots, Broxi and Kingsley
  • Refreshments (please note the kiosks in the concourse are card payments only)

Tickets provide access to the Fanzone and there are no additional costs for any of the acitivites. There is a no readmittance policy at Tynecastle Park, so please enjoy Clann An Drumma and the 360 video experience event before entering the stadium.

We expect a high demand for the Fanzone activities. We ask spectators to arrive early, be patient, and follow all security/stewarding instructions.

If you require assistance, don’t hesitate to speak to any security/stewards within the stadium.


Click here to view the current weather forecast (provided by the Met Office)

Spectator Information

When entering and leaving the stadium, please pay attention to all traffic around Tynecastle Park and be respectful of the residential neighbours.


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.

Please note that Scottish Water works are ongoing on Gorgie Road, this will have an impact on traffic for Supporters approaching from the West. It is advised to factor this into travel plans.

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.

Please check your journey before travel by using the Journey Planner or the ScotRail app.

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.

Supporters are encouraged to keep up to date with any relevant travel information via the link below:

Traffic information | Accessible text version | Traffic Scotland