Hearts to rename stadium after £12m main stand revamp
The Gorgie club's ground will be called Tynecastle Park once again.
Hearts will rename their stadium Tynecastle Park when the redevelopment of the main stand is complete.
The renaming is part of the £12m revamp of the ground, which will increase the capacity of the stadium to more than 20,000.
The board announced they would be reverting back to the original name of their stadium in a statement on Friday morning, saying they hope fans approve of the decision.
The statement said: "It gives the club great pleasure to announce our plan to reinstate Tynecastle Park as the name of our new look stadium.
"The ground continued to be known as Tynecastle Park until the mid-90s when it was changed to Tynecastle Stadium.
"This change, it is fair to say, was not universally popular with Hearts fans at the time.
"Therefore, when the new Tynecastle Development Project was initiated, it came as no great surprise that the question of reversing this name-change was never far from the surface when talking to fans."
The redevelopment is excepted to be completed just after the start of next season, with the new main stand to be opened in September.