From Edinburgh to Adelaide - Hearts fans share their pictures from Scottish Cup final day

Hearts fans backed their team in numbers at the 2018/19 Scottish Cup final - with the boys in maroon the talk of the toon from Edinburgh to Adelaide and beyond.

Monday, 27th May 2019, 3:19 pm
Hearts fans at Hampden for the 2018/19 Scottish Cup final

We've gathered 30 pictures of dedicated Jambos across the globe who backed their team on Saturday.

Rowan Eadie from South Queensferry attending her first Hearts Cup final with her dad and Auntie Claire
Richard Thackrey ready to back the Jambos from Dubai - looks like a couple of costume changes planned as well!

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Simon Hill's young daughter backing Hearts
Scott Fairgrieve and assorted hangers-on
Julie Gerstenberger's dog showing support for Hearts
Jamie Thomson and his dad celebrate Ryan Edwards' goal
Dean Cameron backing Hearts from Magaluf
Andrew Aitken with Hearts legend and Scottish Cup-winner Paul Hartley
Ronnie McLean, Ronald McLean, Martyn McLean and Lukas McLean from Fife prepare for the big day
Casey and Zak, cheering on Hearts from Adelaide in Australia
Gyle Hearts all present and correct before travelling through to Glasgow
All smiles from Linda Cramb and Kevin Brown
Linda Lennon's grandchildren at Tynecastle on the morning of the final
Linda Cramb and Kevin Brown show their support in the stands at Hampden
Pam Canning and her "Jambo family" on the way to the game
Kevin Mullen and friends at Hampden
Kevin Mullen and friends in Gorgie
The Barries from Blackpool... plus a random lad on the end
David Gray and his crew arrive at Hampden
Kevin Russell's dog showing support for the boys in maroon
Andrew Shortreed and his dad fuel up for the big day
Robert Robb, Rebecca Robb and Dianne Robb at Hampden Park
John Henderson and assorted others back the Jambos at Hampden
Andrew Aitken with Hearts cup-winner (and Tranent Juniors midfielder) Ian Black
Spero the dog, 'gutted that his humans have gone to Hampden without him'
Kieran Miller and Alan Ritchie (and some natty face paint) in the stands at Hampden
Archie Park (aged 6) shows his support for Craig Levein's side
Tranent Hearts Supporters Club about to set off for Hampden
Michael and Elliot Love up for the cup at Hampden
Greg Colhoun and Keith Carlyon have a drink or two to calm the nerves