Hibernian

Scores & Fixtures

Scores & Fixtures

  • Premiership
    Full time
    Hibernian
    1
    Hearts
    1
  • Premiership
    Livingston
    plays
    Hibernian
  • Premiership
    Hibernian
    plays
    Rangers
  • Premiership
    St. Mirren
    plays
    Hibernian
  • Premiership
    Hibernian
    plays
    Kilmarnock
  • Premiership
    Dundee Utd
    plays
    Hibernian
  • Premiership
    Hibernian
    plays
    Aberdeen
  • Premiership
    Ross County
    plays
    Hibernian
  • Premiership
    Hibernian
    plays
    Motherwell
  • Premiership
    Celtic
    plays
    Hibernian

Latest updates

  1. Hibs 'set to sign' teenage strikerpublished at 21:19 10 August

    Hibernian are reportedly set to add to their summer spending with the signing of Slovakian teenager Adam Griger.

    A report from SunSport, external states the LASK youngster, 18, is poised to make the move to Easter Road in a £200,000 deal.

    The teenage striker has youth caps within the Slovakia national team set-up and also had an unsuccessful trial at Rangers three years ago.

  2. Where's your team on matchday three?published at 21:08 10 August

    Premiership matchday three fixturesImage source, BBC/SNS
  3. Catch up on the weekend's Premiership actionpublished at 14:49 8 August

    Sportscene round-up

    Got a spare 15 minutes?

    Well... sit down, relax and enjoy the best of the weekend's Scottish Premiership action in our new round-up show, including all 17 goals across the six top-flight games.

    Click here to watch.

  4. Youan to be brought up to speed as central figure published at 13:08 8 August

    Hibernian's Elie Youan and Heart of Midlothian's Kye RowlesImage source, SNS
    Image caption,

    Elie Youan (left) helped Hibs equalise against Hearts in stoppage-time

    Hibernian manager Lee Johnson is determined to develop summer signing Elie Youan into a central striker rather than follow others' example by using the Frenchman's pace on the wing.

    The 23-year-old, who moved to Easter Road this summer on a season-long loan from Swiss club St Gallen, set up Martin Boyle's stoppage-time equaliser in Sunday's 1-1 draw at home to city rivals Heart of Midlothian.

    "I think he has more in him, I really do," Johnson said of Youan, who started his career ith Nantes and was on loan to Mechelen earlier this year. "The lads need to understand how quick he is. He has proper pace, pure speed and agility.

    "I think managers have always moved him wide, but I'm going to persist in him playing in that number nine and develop him and teach him what he needs."

    Johnson hopes the pace of Youan and fellow forwards Elias Melkersen, Jair Tavares and latest arrival Boyle can give his side a greater goal threat this season.

    The English manager revealed that an injury to Josh Campbell had forced him to introduce Boyle, who has just returned to Hibs after only seven months with Al-Faisaly in Saudi Arabia, earlier than planned as a second-half substitute and reckoned it would be another two weeks before the Australia winger is fit enough to start.

  5. Boyle reveals 'panic mode' before derby returnpublished at 09:04 8 August

    Australia winger Martin Boyle, who scored a late equaliser against Heart of Midlothian on Sunday after his transfer from Al-Faisaly, has revealed that he had been asked to make his surprise Hibernian return the night before the derby, shortly after he had downed homemade macaroni and chips and he had gone into "panic mode and headed to Asda for a few bottles of water and a strawberry Yazoo". (The Scotsman), external

    Read Monday's Scottish Gossip in full here.

    Gossip logoImage source, BBC Sport
  6. Boyle: Goal was 'icing on the cake' on Hibs returnpublished at 16:13 7 August

    Speaking to BBC Radio Scotland after his late goal, Hibernian winger Martin Boyle said he was delighted to be back at Easter Road.

    "It's up there with one of the best feelings. The reception before the game, warming up, coming on, but that was the icing on the cake. I'm really delighted to help the squad to a well deserved point.

    "28th June was my last game. I haven't done a pre-season or anything. Sports science is out the window!

    "I got the call last night to say I was eligible to play and asked if I fancied it. It was a no brainer.

    "He [Lee Johnson] gave me the nod, asked how I felt. I knew the adrenaline, the buzz of the fans, and the magnitude of the game. I knew I was more than ready and I showed that.

    "I want to be somewhere I'm really adored and it's a special feeling to me. Thankfully, I managed to give something back today."

  7. Dramatic derby draw 'feels like a victory' for Johnsonpublished at 15:13 7 August

    Lee Johnson spoke to BBC Radio Scotland after his side's dramatic 1-1 draw with rivals Hearts in his first Edinburgh derby as Hibernian head coach.

    "A great match in terms of understanding more and more about the division. Despite the scoreline, I felt the first half was better for us, Hearts managed and controlled the second half more than I would've liked.

    "We were really brave as a team with tactics and substitutions. Putting Martin Boyle on for that long was a bit of a risk but we know what he can do and he's popped up at the right time with a Roy of the Rovers type return.

    "We will get better, more cohesive and people will understand each other's runs a bit more. It was important we didn't lose the game and with five minutes injury time to go, 1-0 down, that feels a like a victory."

  8. Hearts fail to make chances count as Hibs hang onpublished at 15:07 7 August

    Hearts and Hibs fans will normally agree that Edinburgh derbies, while high in spirit, blood and thunder, can frequently be low on quality.

    Sometimes it needs a bit of magic to win it. Shankland's outside-of-the-foot finish looked like the bit of wizardry that would decide game.

    Hibs have lacked that magic in recent times. Since January, to be precise. So when whispers of Boyle's return were heard around Easter Road, excitement grew. He's delivered much sooner than anyone thought.

    Only registered at 11pm the night before, even head coach Lee Johnson admitted he didn't think Boyle would be involved in this game. Instead, the Australian international's homecoming ended in almost perfect circumstances.

    When Hearts fans look for something or someone to blame, they might bemoan their manager's substitutions - somewhat defensive when only one goal ahead.

  9. Line-ups from Easter Roadpublished at 11:50 7 August

    Hibernian: Marshall; Cadden, Bushiri, Porteous, Cabraja; Kenneh, Newell, Campbell; Henderson, Melkersen, Youan.

    Substitutes: Dabrowski, Boyle, Hanlon, Doidge, Doyle-Hayes, Miller, Bojang, McGregor, MacIntyre.

    Hearts: Gordon; Smith, Halkett, Rowles, Cochrane; McKay, Grant, Haring, Forrest; Boyce, Shankland.

    Substitutes: Stewart, Atkinson, Devlin, Halliday, Boyce, Mackay-Steven, Neilson, Sibbick, Henderson, Ginnelly.

  10. Hibs boss Johnson calls for clampdown on time-wastingpublished at 09:42 7 August

    Nohan Kenneh reveals receiving advice from former Easter Road favourite John McGinn, via Leeds United team-mate Liam Cooper, before his summer switch to Hibs. (Daily Record), external

    Hibs boss Lee Johnson calls for time-wasting to be tackled, saying the ball was only in play for 41 minutes in the opening weekend win at St Johnstone. (Scotsman), external

    Read all of Sunday's Scottish gossip.

    Scottish gossipImage source, BBC Sport
  11. Hibs send Delferriere & Balde out on loanpublished at 09:40 6 August

    Allan Delferriere is the latest Hibernian player to join FC Edinburgh on loan for this season.

    The 20-year-old Belgian, who can play in defence and in midfield, will link up with Easter Road colleagues Emmanuel Johnson and Jack Brydon at the nearby League 1 club.

    Delferriere, formerly at Standard Liege, made his Hibs debut as a substitute in the final league outing of last term.

    Meanwhile, fellow 20-year-old Joao Balde is joining League 2 side East Fife for the 2022-23 campaign.

    "He can play in a number of positions which gives us more options," said Fifers manager Stevie Crawford. "He is very comfortable on the ball and has good energy."

    Allan Delferriere in action for HibsImage source, SNS
    Image caption,

    Allan Delferriere featured for Hibs in a recent friendly against Norwich City

  12. Hibernian v Heart of Midlothian - team newspublished at 19:28 5 August

    Hibernian captain Paul Hanlon played in a development match during the week and the defender could return in Sunday's Edinburgh derby but Kyle Magennis, Aiden McGeady, Demi Mitchell, Kevin Nisbet, Lewis Stevenson and Jair Tavares are all missing.

    Heart of Midlothian will assess defender Stephen Kingsley after he trained with the squad on Friday. Nathaniel Atkinson is available following a bout of illness.

    Did you know? Hearts are unbeaten in six Edinburgh derbies, winning four of them, since Hibs won 2-0 at Tynecastle in December 2019 and have not lost on their latest five visits to Easter Road.

    Hibernian v Heart of MidlothianImage source, BBC Sport
  13. New Hibs contract for Caddenpublished at 15:09 5 August

    Hibernian full-back and midfielder Chris Cadden, 25, has signed a new contract tying him to the club until the summer of 2025.

    The former Motherwell player moved to Easter Road from Columbus Crew last year and has been capped twice by Scotland.

    "You can see how the football club is progressing both on and off the pitch and there's an overriding feeling that there's a real vision here; that's something that excites me," Cadden told the Hibs website.

    Skip twitter post
    End of twitter post
    The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.
  14. 'Owed money holds up Boyle return'published at 08:52 5 August

    Injured new Hibernian signing Aidan McGeady believes that the Edinburgh club's attempt to re-sign fellow winger Martin Boyle from Al Faisaly is being held up over "an issue with something he's owed from the Saudi club". (Scottish Daily Express), external

    Read Friday's Scottish Gossip in full here.

    Gossip logoImage source, BBC Sport