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Ibrox Stadium Glasgow : Rangers Football Club

Rangers Football Club Building – Ibrox Redevelopment, Scotland, UK

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Ibrox Options – News 10 Oct 2008

Glasgow City Council approve plan by Rangers FC to develop the land around Ibrox Stadium.

The estimated £350m Rangers development plan will see flats in the Hinshelwood area transformed into hotel and retail outlets.

The plan to redevelop the Rangers stadium is still ongoing, to be developed in consultation with the Rangers supporters, but plans to increase the capacity of the Ibrox ground appear shelved due to the credit crunch.

Ibrox Stadium Proposals – News Jan 2008

Rangers assessing various development proposals incl. new 70,000-seat Ibrox stadium

Ibrox News – Update Feb 06:

Rangers expansion proposals at Ibrox include a supercasino – as per the Glasgow Harbour and the SECC schemes – with Glasgow competing against cities such as Blackpool, London and Manchester for the single UK supercasino permit currently agreed. The Ibrox Casino would be a joint venture between Rangers Football Club and Las Vegas Sands.

Recent building proposals by Rangers FC for the Ibrox ground are by Huchison Architects

Rangers Stadium
Ibrox Stadium
Ibrox stadium – photo © Adrian Welch

The Rangers Football Club plc – Ibrox Park: 0141 580 8500

Ibrox Stadium Address: Edmiston Drive, Glasgow G51 2XD




Govan Buildings

Glasgow Science Centre
Glasgow Science Centre
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Glasgow Transport Museum
Glasgow Transport Museum
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Pacific Quay
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British Football Stadium Buildings

Manchester United Stadium, both major Sports Stadiums with stands / buildings by Glasgow-based architects

Armadillo Glasgow
Clyde Auditorium
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Another Glasgow football ground:

Celtic Park
Celtic Park
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