Sky Sports Cup Final confirmed for Saturday 23 March

Sky Sports Cup Final coming to Tynecastle
The Sky Sports Cup Final is coming to Tynecastle Park in March. (Alex Todd/SPP)

The 2023/24 Sky Sports Cup Final has been confirmed as a 3pm kick off on Saturday 23 March, broadcast live from Tynecastle Park. 

Fiona McIntyre, SWPL Managing Director, said: “We are pleased to confirm the date and kick-off time for the Sky Sports Cup Final. In partnership with Sky Sports, we’ve secured a slot that we hope will encourage a strong attendance and is ideal for local or travelling fans at that time of year.” 

Gary Hughes, Director of Football, Sky Sports said: “As the culmination of the Sky Sports Cup Final approaches, we’re delighted to be bringing exclusive coverage of the game to Sky Sports viewers.”

Both semi-final matches will also be available to watch live on BBC ALBA following the announcement of broadcast matches last week. Celtic host Rangers on Friday 19 January (19:35 KO) and Partick Thistle are at home to Hibernian on Sunday 21 January (16:10 KO). 

“We’re delighted that both games will be available to watch for the first time in the history of the competition” said McIntyre. “Alongside increased coverage, we’ve also seen attendances continue to rise. We hope that trend continues and I would encourage fans to get along to the Excelsior Stadium, Petershill Park, and Tynecastle Park for the final stages of the Sky Sports Cup.” 

Tickets for the Sky Sports Cup Final will be available from Monday 22 January via Hearts FC, with pricing yet to be announced.

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