What is the capacity of Tynecastle?

20,099Tynecastle Park / Capacity

What is the capacity of Tannadice?

14,223Tannadice Park / Capacity

Who sponsors Hibs?

Scottish Premiership football club Hibernian has signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with gaming operator Marsbet. The Edinburgh-based club said the three-year contract is worth a six-figure sum, with the company’s logo appearing on the men’s first team shorts only.

Who founded Hibs?

In a meeting on 6 August 1875, Hibernian F.C. was founded, with Canon Hannon as its first manager and Whelahan as its first captain. This was done as part of the celebrations to mark the centenary of the birth of Daniel O’Connell.

Why are Hibs called the cabbage?

The name of the club is regularly shortened to Hibs, with the team also being known as The Hibees (pronounced /ˈhaɪbiːz/) and supporters known as Hibbies. Another nickname is The Cabbage, derived from the shortened rhyming slang for Hibs (“Cabbage and Ribs”).

Are Hibs better than hearts?

Hearts have the better record in derbies, with 143 to 86 wins by Hibs in 326 matches played in the three main Scottish competitions.

How much is the famous five stand at Hibs?

To give the club their due they weren’t quite as predictable with the one behind the other goal and they named that The Famous Five Stand, after some past players. Adults can watch Hibs play for £20-£23 if they book in advance, whilst concessions will pay around £12 for the pleasure.

Who are Hibs’Famous Five?

The forward line of Gordon Smith, Bobby Johnstone, Lawrie Reilly, Eddie Turnbull and Willie Ormond, collectively known as the Famous Five, was “regarded as the finest ever seen in Scottish football”. Each of the Famous Five scored more than 100 goals for Hibs.

Who is the best Hibs player of all time?

For a list of all Hibernian players with a Wikipedia article, see Category:Hibernian F.C. players. Arthur Duncan holds the record for most league appearances for Hibs, with 446. All of the Famous Five – Gordon Smith, Eddie Turnbull, Lawrie Reilly, Bobby Johnstone and Willie Ormond – scored more than 100 league goals for Hibs.

When did Hibs debut the five players in the same team?

In a friendly match against Nithsdale Wanderers on 21 April 1949, Hibs included all of the famous five players in the same team for the first time. They then made their collective competitive debut on 15 October 1949, in a 2–0 win against Queen of the South.