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Scotland will play the home leg of their crunch UEFA Women's Championship play-off at Tynecastle Stadium in Edinburgh.
The home of Heart of Midlothian Football Club will host the clash between Scotland and Russia at 3pm on Sunday 26th October. Scotland then travel to Moscow for the second leg on Thursday 30th October as they bid to secure their place at the finals of Euro 2009 in Finland.
Scotland Head Coach, Anna Signeul, told www.scottishfa.co.uk: "We are very excited to be playing this crucial game in the capital, and we want to thank Hearts for welcoming us to use their excellent facilities.
"This is a hugely important game for Scottish women's football and I hope that Scotland fans in and around Edinburgh will turn out in force to support our bid to reach the finals of a major Championship for the first time."
Hearts managing director, Campbell Ogilvie, commented: "We are absolutely delighted to be welcoming the Scotland Women's national squad for this vital UEFA Euro 2009 play-off against Russia.
"It is a hugely important fixture, and Hearts is exceptionally proud to be working proactively with the Scottish FA to promote, market and host the game at Tynecastle Stadium. We hope and believe that football supporters in Edinburgh and across the East Coast will come out in big numbers to support the team."
Advance tickets are £4 for adults and £2 for children, and prices on the day will be £5 and £3.
Tickets are available now from the following outlets:
* Online via www.scottishfa.co.uk
* By calling (0871) 663 1874 (Monday to Friday, 9am until 5pm)
* By visiting the Heart of Midlothian Ticket Centre (Tynecastle Stadium, McLeod Street, Edinburgh, EH11 2NL) or
* By visiting Heart of Midlothian CityStore (St James' Shopping Centre, Edinburgh City Centre)
The Ticket Centre is open Monday to Friday, 9am until 5pm, Saturdays 10am until 2pm, except on matchdays when it is 9.30am until kick-off.
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