Heart of Midlothian FC Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing

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Edinburgh, UK
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Heart of Midlothian FC's estimated annual revenue is currently $24M per year.(?)
  • Heart of Midlothian FC's estimated revenue per employee is $160,000

Employee Data

  • Heart of Midlothian FC has 150 Employees.(?)
  • Heart of Midlothian FC grew their employee count by 6% last year.
  • Heart of Midlothian FC currently has 1 job openings.

One of Scotland's highest profile professional sports businesses, Heart of Midlothian Football Club (Hearts) is a forward thinking, innovative and dynamic organisation. With four league titles, eight Scottish Cups, and four league titles its not always about silverware, but there are some unique factors which inspire and make Hearts stand out from the rest. With the support of our fans and the Edinburgh business community we have come through one of the most trying times in the club's history and have recently opened a new main stand, resulting in a state of the art facility which the whole city can be proud of. We continue to work hard to re-build the reputation of the club and we must continue to work with brands that share our values and philosophies. The club remains deep in heritage with a reputation as family friendly club with a proud record of community involvement. We thrive on doing the right thing and this is a philosophy that runs throughout the club, internally, in communication with our fans and in relationships with our supply chain Hearts lead the way in achieving exemplary standards in running its business, treating employees fairly and engaging well with the community. Under the tutelage of owner Ann Budge, Hearts were the first club in Scotland to introduce the Living Wage and amongst the first businesses in the country to sign up for the Scottish Business Pledge. At its core, the pledge covers issues such as zero hours contracts, investing in young people, pursing innovation and internationalisation and progressing diversity. Our relationship with Save the Children is one the club is particularly proud of. The partnership enables the charity to deliver much-needed support to children and families through Edinburgh in a manner that is wholly complementary to the activities of the club's official charity, Big Hearts. By talking to us you'll find out much, much more.