Scottish Premiership is gathering more attention as the day pass by. This match is one of the testament to emphasis this. This fixture is set to see the largest away support for a domestic Hearts home game in modern times after the Light Blues support snaps up all their briefs for the capital clash.
Hearts have announced that over 30,000 tickets have already been sold for their upcoming clash with Rangers at Murrayfield. Jambos fans have snapped up over 16,000 briefs for the Premiership clash on October 28th with the Ibrox side having sold out their allocation of 14,100 tickets. The implications this sale out has on the league is that more attention will start turning in this direction which can bring more sponsors. This might not be close to the premier league in England but something better than what they currently have. This sale out also makes a record as the match with the highest away supporter present at match venue, with Ladbrokes free bet also getting the attention for gambling tip ahead of a Scottish Premiership match.
While Hearts Tynecastle £12m home ground is being constructed and will include training kits and the best ankle brace, the Jambos are playing at Murrayfield and are due to return to their Gorgie home on Sunday, November 5 for the official opening against Kilmarnock.
The 0-0 stalemate recently with Aberdeen witnessed a 7,000 strong Red Army head to Murrayfield – was the capital club’s biggest home league crowd in over 20 years. Now the club has warned that ticket sales for the Rangers match will favour fans that have watch the club’s match before as the demand is getting high by the day beyond what they could meet up with.
Jambos fans have also shown their support for their beloved club by purchasing briefs for the visit of St Johnstone, the week before Pedro Caixinha takes his side to the capital, with 15,500 home tickets already been purchased.