Club Profile


Rangers has a long storied history and loves to remind people it is the most successful football club in Scotland – mainly because there’s only one possible rival to that position. Rangers are a well loved club constantly battling their Glasgow neighbors Celtic for trophies.

LOCATION: Glasgow, Scotland

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Rangers were formed in March 1872 by four men in West End Park, which is now known as Kelvingrove Park. By 1878 they had already won their first major trophy, defeating Vale of Leven in the Glasgow Merchants Charity Cup. The next year the first match between Rangers and Celtic was played, creating the foundation for the one of the fiercest…


The Rangers v. Celtic rivalry, known as the ‘Old Firm derby’, is one of the fiercest rivalries in world football. It has been around since 1879 and combines football, religion, and politics to create an environment that is about much more than simply the game. As a game, though, it has happened more than 400 times, and it’s so competitive…

Women's Team

Rangers W.F.C. were established in 2008 and play in the Scottish Women’s Premier League, Scotland’s top division of women’s football. Since their inception they have one the league twice, most recently in 2022, and have won the Scottish Women’s Premier League Cup of SWPL Cup once. They play their home games at Broadwood Stadium in Cumbernauld,…


One of their most memorable songs is the Rangers rendition of Tina Turner’s “The Best”, which started as a tradition in 1989 and has stuck with them ever since. You will also hear, often during the pregame, “The Bouncy” where fans will loudly chant “Bouncy, bouncy, bouncy, bouncy, Na, na, na, na, na, na” and jump up and down in…


Ibrox Stadium, named after the area of Glasgow it is situated in, is truly a one of a kind classic football stadium. It was designed by famed football stadium architect Archibald Leitch and is the third largest stadium in Scotland with a capacity of 50,817.  It was first opened as Ibrox Park in 1899 and after a wooden terrace collapse in 1902 all…

Going to a Game at Rangers

GETTING THERE: It’s a short walk from the Ibrox Subway Station, so that’s the way to go. It’s about 15 minutes from the city center; note you’ll be taking the Outer line there and the Inner back, as the Glasgow Subway is just one big loop. The Ibrox Station is pretty small, so it will be a mess after the game. PUBS: Right…

Rangers Tickets

Your best bet for getting a ticket from the club is if you buy a membership (requires one per ticket at around £50 per season). With that in hand, you may get one for lesser games, but your best bet is probably the resale section of their website, SeatSub, where season ticket holders can put unused tickets on sale. In all cases, getting two together is hard.

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