Rangers vs Hearts on TV: Live stream and channel for Women's Scottish Cup Final

It's the last chance for silverware this season later today as Rangers Women face Hearts at Hampden.

If yesterday afternoon's men's Scottish Cup Final between Celtic and Rangers was somewhat devoid of real quality throughout the 90 minutes before Adam Idah's late winner, this afternoon's women's final should provide more entertainment.

Rangers take on Hearts at the national stadium having lost out to their rivals in their desire to win the SWPL with Elena Sadiku's Hoops lifting the trophy on a dramatic final day. Jo Potter's side have, however, won silverware already this term with the Sky Sports Cup in their trophy cabinet and they'll be looking to do the domestic cup double with a win over Eva Olid's charges at the national stadium.

But is the game on TV? If so, what channel? And who is the referee? Football Scotland has you covered.

When and where is Rangers vs Hearts?

Rangers take on their opponents at Hampden Park TODAY. Kick-off is at 2.30pm.

Is Rangers vs Hearts on TV?

It sure is. BBC One Scotland will broadcast the action live this afternoon with supporters also able to catch the game via iPlayer and on the BBC Scotland website.

Who is the referee?

Calum Scott is the man in charge and he'll be assisted by Vikki Robertson and Steven Wilson. The fourth official is Iain Snedden while Euan Anderson and David Dunne are on VAR.

Team news

Rangers XI: Esson, Docherty, McLauchlan, Hill, Middag, Hay, Howat, Arnot, Cornet, MacLean, McLoughlin.

Subs: Fife, Rowe, Hardy, Bance, Ross, McAuley, Austin, Ewens, McLeary.

Hearts XI: Parker-Smith, Brownlie, Grant, Forsyth, Lockwood, Waldie, Adamolekun, Girasoli, McGovern, E. Husband, J. Husband.

Subs: Johnstone, Penman, Rennie, Mooney, Michie, Chomczuk, Fraser.