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Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow

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  • Upon travelling to this world famous establishment I found myself in awe of such mesmerising beauty. Ibrox Stadium is sadly one of the last British Stadiums who have kept true to their original founda...  read more »
  • Loved it tour was amazing and meal was top class would do it again in a minute. Was for a birthday treat for a family member. And was great to see all of RFC trophies. 
  • First time in Glasgow and I wanted to see least one of the 2 stadiums and Ibrox was closest. plenty of free parking! we strolled just around the outside, didn't do a stadium tour as it was getting lat...  read more »
  • Visited recently and the smell of urine coming from some of the fans there was disgusting. Also heard alot of fans singing that they do not like Catholics or Fenians. What a strange, backwards place to go. Was like being back in the dark ages. Their former Director also sent an image on twitter regarding a certain prophet which he had to step down for. Google it, it is all there in the public domain PS They were formed in 2012 and their previous name was SEVCO SCOTLAND. Companies house website confirms this. Cheers HH
  • The Greatest Football Club On This Planet The Greatest Football Team Rangers FC 🔞72 WATP RTID
  • Good atmostphere when busy and decent facilities, but let down by poor seating and awkward transport. Subway waits after the match can be long, so I would walk back into to city centre instead! If you are above average height then the two stands behind the goals are decent, as are the lower tiers of the main stand. The upper tiers and 'Club Deck' areas are very cramped and should be avoided - I'm 6'4 so I'm not expecting a luxurious amount of space, but I couldn't even sit down there nor could the friends I went with who are also 6ft plus so we just left at half time. Personally, I think the club have a cheek to sell these without marking them as restricted access as you would need to be closer to 5ft tall to actually sit there!
  • Classical stadium. Built by the late great architect Archibald Leitch. The modern architecture marries the old, and the new parts. of this magnificant arena with ease. You can find Ibrox Stadium on the UEFA Elite stadiums list. Beside the only other Elite stadium in Scotland, Hampden park. home of the Scottish National side, and Queens Park fc (the spiders) The array of trophies, all on display, from the great silverware pieces, to the more exotic, Italian glassware. Down to the more modest, but no less important, stoneware pieces, such as "the loving cup". Take their pride of place. In the famous "Ibrox trophy room". Their sheer number, and volume. Has never been bested, and I doubt ever will be, in the world of football. Rangers being the most awarded club in the world. (As stated by UEFA) Whether you're a student, or simply a lover of the beautiful game. This is a place you must visit. Historical side apart. A vist to any Rangers home game, will astonish you. With its amazing atmosphere, and a hospitality second to none. The Bears (Rangers Supporters) know how to get behind their team. And they do it with some very loud and catchy chants. All are welcome at Ibrox. Come along, and see for yourself. Personally I can't get enough of the place! (Obsessed not inc)
  • The finest football arena in the UK, atmosphere is electric, the fans are superb and the team over the years have proved to be the most successful in the land
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