Scotland Premier League Women 05/19 13:10 10 [3] Glasgow City Women v Hearts Women [4] L 2-0
Scotland Premier League Women 05/15 17:00 9 [4] Hearts Women v Celtic Women [1] L 1-3
Scotland Premier League Women 05/10 18:30 8 [5] Hibernian Women v Hearts Women [4] L 2-0
Scotland Premier League Women 05/05 12:00 7 [4] Hearts Women v Partick Thistle Women [6] W 3-2
Scotland Premier League Women 05/01 19:10 6 [2] Rangers Women v Hearts Women [4] L 3-0
Scotland Women FA Cup 04/28 11:15 - Spartans Women v Hearts Women W 0-3
Scotland Premier League Women 04/21 15:10 5 [1] Celtic Women v Hearts Women [4] L 5-0
Scotland Premier League Women 04/17 18:45 4 [4] Hearts Women v Rangers Women [1] W 1-0
Scotland Premier League Women 04/12 18:30 3 [4] Hearts Women v Hibernian Women [5] W 2-0
Scotland Premier League Women 03/31 11:10 2 [6] Partick Thistle Women v Hearts Women [4] W 0-3
Scotland Premier League Women 03/17 15:00 1 [4] Hearts Women v Glasgow City Women [3] L 0-2
Scotland Women FA Cup 03/10 13:00 - Partick Thistle Women v Hearts Women W 0-1


Matches played 35 17 18
Wins 19 10 9
Draws 3 2 1
Losses 13 5 8
Goals for 73 40 33
Goals against 45 18 27
Clean sheets 14 7 7
Failed to score 9 3 6

Heart of Midlothian Women Football Club, commonly known as Hearts Women, is a Scottish women's association football club affiliated with the Edinburgh-based professional men's club, Heart of Midlothian. They are members of the Scottish Women's Premier League (SWPL), the highest level women's football league in Scotland, and currently compete in its top tier, SWPL 1.


In 2009 Hearts took over Musselburgh Windsor Ladies Football Club, changing their name to Hearts Ladies F.C. The name was changed once again in 2018, when the club became known as Hearts Women F.C.

At the December 2018 AGM, Hearts owner Ann Budge announced a "six-figure investment year on year" into Hearts Women, alongside an expansion to their academy in order to integrate the women's team further into the club. Hearts intended to "invest significantly in women and girls' football in 2019 and beyond". This included the recruitment of Kevin Murphy as First Team Manager, who previously oversaw all football operations within Manchester City Women's Academy Department. Hearts Women hosted two games at Tynecastle in 2019 and clinched the SWPL 2 title with a 3–0 win against Partick Thistle on the final day of the season, gaining promotion to SWPL 1.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the SWPL 2020 season was declared null and void. The league reverted to winter football in the 2020–21 season. On 14 July 2020, Kevin Murphy stepped down as First Team Manager to join Rangers as First Team Assistant Coach and Girls Academy Manager, being replaced by previous Hearts Men's first team coach Andy Kirk in August 2020.

In June 2021, Kirk left the club to join Highland League side Brechin City as first team manager. In July, Eva Olid was announced as the new first team manager.

Hearts Women is the women's soccer team representing Heart of Midlothian Football Club, based in Edinburgh, Scotland. The team competes in the Scottish Women's Premier League, the top tier of women's football in Scotland.

Known for their passionate and dedicated players, Hearts Women have a strong fan base and a rich history in women's football. The team is known for their attacking style of play, with skilled players who are capable of scoring goals and creating opportunities on the field.

Hearts Women have a reputation for their competitive spirit and determination, always striving to achieve success and compete at the highest level. With a talented squad and experienced coaching staff, the team continues to make a mark in Scottish women's football and is a force to be reckoned with on the pitch.