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Hearts 2003/04 Away kit Small

Hearts 2003/04 Away kit Small

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Condition: ★★★★★

This kit is in fantastic condition. It was manufactured by Reebok and a size Small. Hearts was founded in 1874.

In recent years, Hearts have embraced fan ownership. The Foundation of Hearts, a supporters' group, played a key role in helping the club recover from financial troubles and gaining ownership stakes.

Scottish Premier League (SPL):

  • Hearts finished in 3rd place in the league table for the 2003/04 season, qualifying them for European competition.

Scottish Cup:

  • In the Scottish Cup, Hearts were knocked out in the 4th Round.

Scottish League Cup:

  • They reached the Quarter Finals.


  • Hearts made it to the second round.

Tynecastle Stadium:

  • Tynecastle Stadium has been the home of Hearts since the club's formation. The stadium has a rich history and is known for its passionate atmosphere.

Maroon Colors:

  • The team is known for playing in maroon colors, and they are nicknamed "The Jambos" or simply "Hearts."

Scottish Championship Titles:

  • Hearts have won the Scottish top-flight league championship four times in their history. Their league successes include titles in the 1894/95, 1896/97, 1957/58, and 1959/60 seasons.

Heart of Midlothian FC, being a club with a rich history, has seen many great players throughout the years. Here are a few historic players who have left a lasting impact on the club:

  1. Dave Mackay:

    • A legendary Scottish midfielder who played for Hearts in the 1950s before moving on to have a successful career in England with Tottenham Hotspur.
  2. John Robertson:

    • One of Hearts' greatest-ever forwards, Robertson played for the club in the 1970s and 1980s. He is the club's all-time leading goalscorer.
  3. Gordon Smith:

    • An iconic Hearts player from the 1950s, Smith was a forward who played a crucial role in the team during that era.
  4. Alex Young:

    • A Scottish forward who played for Hearts in the 1950s and is remembered for his goal-scoring prowess.
  5. Gary Mackay:

    • A Hearts legend and midfielder who spent the majority of his career at Tynecastle. Mackay was known for his loyalty and commitment to the club.
  6. Craig Gordon:

    • A goalkeeper who came through the youth ranks at Hearts and later became the most expensive goalkeeper in British football when he moved to Sunderland. He returned to Hearts later in his career.
  7. Henry Smith:

    • A highly regarded goalkeeper who played over 400 games for Hearts during the 1980s and early 1990s.
  8. Paul Hartley:

    • A midfielder who had successful spells with Hearts in the early 2000s, contributing to the team's successes during that period.
  9. Rudi Skácel:

    • The Czech midfielder played for Hearts in the mid-2000s and became a fan favorite for his performances.
  10. Christophe Berra:

    • A defender who played for Hearts in different spells, known for his leadership and defensive abilities.
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