Easter Road Stadium [Hibernian F.C.] by shawminator

Easter Road Stadium [Hibernian F.C.] by shawminator

Easter Road [Hibernian F.C.] by shawminator

Easter Road [Hibernian F.C.] by shawminator

Easter Road [Hibernian F.C.] by shawminator

Replaces the STADE DE FRANCE

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Easter Road is the home ground of Scottish Premier League football club Hibernian. Located in the Leith area of Edinburgh, the stadium has a capacity of 17,500. This means that it is presently the seventh largest stadium in Scotland and the largest stadium used primarily for football in Edinburgh. It is affectionately known by Hibs fans as “The Leith San Siro”.

Hibs first played at the present site of Easter Road in 1893. The record attendance of 65,860, when the stadium had vast terracing sections, was set by an Edinburgh derby on 2 January 1950. The stadium was long noted for its pronounced slope, but this was removed at the end of the 1999–00 season.