Tynecastle Park is set to stage Scotland Under-21s UEFA European Championship Qualifier against Greece next month.
Scot Gemmill’s side will go head-to-head with the unbeaten Greeks on Friday, 15 November in what is the final fixture of the calendar year for the youngsters.
The match will kick-off at 7pm, with tickets costing just £5 for adults and £2 for juniors. There is also a youth group offer: buy two adult and eight kids tickets and get the same again for free, meaning you can pick up 20 tickets for just £26.
You can buy tickets for the match now.
After the Under-21s drew 0-0 against Lithuania at the home of Heart of Midlothian in their Group 4 qualifier, head coach Scot Gemmill is eager for his players to experience playing in the capital again.
He said: "A venue like Tynecastle adds to our young players valuable experience at this level. Our recent performances have been strong and I’m sure the players will look forward to another international fixture at such an impressive stadium.
"Greece will be a very difficult opponent for us. Again, we have an opportunity to face a top side at this age group and we hope our players can take a number of learnings from matches like this."