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Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow

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  • Today we went on the Stadium Tour at Ibrox. 4 adults and 2 children under 3 were met with 2 friendly, cheery and helpful men outside the main entrance! Straight away they began making a big deal of th...  more »
  • Here for the old firm game on the 11th March.food was great,score not so great! Lol service was prob better than in most bars/restaurants.good to hear managers on the floor directing staff to look aft...  more »
  • The Ibrox is a must for football fans. Even from the outside an impressive building and just typical Scottish in the Interior. One sits almost directly on the field of play and thus the sparks quickly on the audience.
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  • As a fan of the leather belts, and a builder by trade. I have to be honest here. I remember Ibrox being re-built. It was the best of materials they used. Finished in nice facing brick. Compared to the shambles we've got in the east end. It's a ongoing concern, I mean that brickwork is weathering terrible. And I for one am not fooled nor convinced by the great plastic sheets attempting to cover a multitude of sins!!!!
  • Best stadium in Scotland. I would say that of course. It holds just over 50000. The main part of the stadium is a listed building made from stunning red brick. Parking is never a problem if you get there early enough. Alternatively you can take the subway directly to Ibrox. Great club. Tourist friendly.
  • Had a great time on the Ibrox tour. Definitely value for money. My 2 kids (age 7 and 12) really enjoyed it, they didn't get bored which I expected they might. Best part for them was getting to high five Broxi 😂😂
  • Lovely place to go as an away supporter. You're usually given free food and drink by the friendly locals when they lob it down from above you. Police and Stewards are always so nice, especially to the home supporters, allowing them to sing and say what they want, even if it is against the law in a football stadium.
  • A real football club! Seen games all over the world but the passion, friendliness and quality of Rangers fans are the best I've experienced. That's including being better then an FA Cup and Ajax.

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