Heart of Midlothian F.C.
Scotland Scotland
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Heart of Midlothian Football Club, commonly known as Hearts, is a professional soccer club based in Edinburgh, Scotland. Founded in 1874, Hearts is one of the oldest clubs in Scottish football. The club's home venue is Tynecastle Park, a historic stadium with a capacity of over 20,000 spectators. Hearts has a rich history and has enjoyed success throughout the years. They have won the Scottish league championship on four occasions, with their most recent triumph coming in the 1959-60 season. The club has also lifted the Scottish Cup on eight occasions, with their most recent victory in 2012. Hearts' nickname is "The Jambos," which is derived from the club's original name, Heart of Midlothian Juvenile F.C. The nickname has stuck with the club ever since. An interesting fact about Hearts is that they have a strong rivalry with fellow Edinburgh club Hibernian. The matches between the two teams, known as the Edinburgh Derby, are fiercely contested and have a long-standing history.

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Location
Scotland
Stadium
Tynecastle Park
Capacity
20,100
Leagues
Scottish Premiership
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Coach
Steven Naismith 
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