Hibs and Hearts to Open Stadiums For Dinner to Anyone Who is Alone on Christmas Day

Hibs and Hearts to Open Stadiums For Dinner to Anyone Who is Alone on Christmas Day

Hibs and Hearts are to open their stadiums so anyone who is alone can have Christmas dinner on the big day.

With just days until Christmas Day, everyone will be fine tuning their preparations for spending it with family.

But, for some, that’s not possible and they’re likely to spend it alone on a day that’s supposed to be for families coming together.

So Hibs and Hearts are doing their bit to help those who will be alone on Monday, confirming Easter Road and Tynecastle will be open to anyone who wants to come and have Christmas dinner in company.

It’s a great gesture from both Edinburgh clubs and something that should be celebrated at a time when football clubs, players and fans are too often criticised for their behaviour:

We’re sure there will be plenty heading to the stadiums in the capital on Monday and hopefully they can have a Christmas better spent with people than alone.


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