Hearts have confirmed they will broadcast all their home games live from Tynecastle this season.

The club confirmed their streaming service will begin on Saturday, September 26, with a friendly against Partick Thistle. This game will be available free to all supporters as a 'thank you' for support throughout the summer amid their bitter SPFL legal battle.

The Jambos also say they have made 'substantial investment' into equipment which will ensure fans can see all the action from the Championship this term. 

Season ticket holders will get matchday access to Hearts TV included as part of the club’s 18-game season ticket guarantee.

The Jambos are set to play 14 home league games this season, therefore four fixtures will be credited to those who renew for 21/22 – in line with the 18 game guarantee.

A club spokesperson said: “When season tickets were launched earlier in the year it was against an extremely uncertain backdrop.

“This is why the club launched the 18-game season ticket guarantee pledge, to give supporters peace of mind that they would not miss any league games even if stadiums remained closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

“Today’s streaming announcement is the culmination of weeks of hard work behind the scenes, given the numerous challenges that await broadcasting live matches in the Championship.

“More importantly, it follows through on the club’s promise to ensure that season ticket holders are able to watch the Jambos every time they take to the Tynecastle pitch.

“Furthermore, the commitment remains whereby any outstanding matches from this season will be credited to those who renew their season tickets for season 21/22, with the relevant number of match tickets offered to those who do not renew.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming fans back to Tynecastle Park when it is safe to do so. In the meantime, we’re pleased deliver on our promise that no season ticket holder will miss out on any of the action.”

International subscribers will get the action for £12.99 while non season ticket holders are set to have the opportunity to watch games in the near future.

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