Hearts have inked a new kit sponsorship deal with Puma that will see the German sportswear giant replace Adidas at Tynecastle beginning the 2015/16 season. Adidas have been with Hearts for the last three seasons and their 14/15 home kit was one of the best selling in the club’s history.
Hearts are currently in the Scottish Championship, but look set for an immediate return to the Premiership next season.
In an innovative idea, fans who have donated £120 (180 maroon points) to the Foundation of Hearts’ Loyalty scheme will have their names on the new third kit for 15/16.
The same will also be done for fans who have made 12 consecutive payments through the monthly Foundation membership fee. A total of around 8,000 names are expected to appear on this fan-tribute jersey.