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Tynecastle Stadium seating?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

As the stadium is mostly single-tiered stands, there are few obstructed seats which is a bonus, as older grounds are usually full of them! With the category system (A&B) that Tynecastle employ, you could be looking at up to £30 for a ticket in the upper centre of the Wheatfield stand. However, this really isn’t too bad for watching a decent Scottish side like Celtic in action. The seats themselves are great, as they were recently upgraded (in the 90’s) with plenty of legroom and spacing between rows.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

There is an area for everyone at Tynecastle Stadium – so choosing an area to sit should be easy!

The Gorgie Family Stand has the greatest location and friendliest atmosphere for families, so if you are coming to a game for the first time with some younger fans – this is the place for you!

The rowdiest and most boisterous fans can be found in Section G of the Wheatfield Stand or Section N in the Main Stand. Here the chanting and singing goes on for the whole match, so be sure to grab a seat here if it’s atmosphere you are after.

However, if it’s the best view in the stadium then you have to choose the Wheatfield Stand – sections B to F are the most comfortable with legroom and have fantastic views of the pitch. Though be aware that prices will reflect that!

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