A selection of Hearts and Hibs legends are set to take the field to raise money for the Destiny Project, a Prestonpans-based mental health charity.

The Destiny Project is a children’s mental health project that provides support and advocacy with the aim of promoting the health and wellbeing of children and young people from all backgrounds.

Former Hibs star Garry O’Connor, who is originally from Port Seton, is behind the match-up, having recently taken up the role of sports ambassador with the charity.

Edinburgh derby greats such as Derek Riordan, Jose Quitongo, Ian Black and Ian Murray will all line up at the match at Saughton Sports Complex in Edinburgh later this month. It takes place on Sunday, November 27, with gates opening at 1pm and kick-off at 1.45pm.

To book tickets, call 07395 544953 or message Garry O’Connor Football Academy on Facebook.

Tickets are £5, with under-16s able to attend free.