Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow Rangers, Scottish Football Team, Ground Location, News, Photos
Ibrox Stadium Glasgow
Rangers Football Club Building, Scotland – Scottish Football Ground
New Blue Sky Lounge at Ibrox Stadium
Stunning glass feature attractions in the new state-of-the-art Blue Sky Lounge at Ibrox Stadium:
Blue Sky Lounge at Ibrox Stadium
post updated 25 January 2022
Photos of the football ground from 11 Feb 2011
Rangers Football Club – Background
This is the stadium in Govan, southwest Glasgow in the old dock area, of one of Britain’s most famous football teams, Rangers FC. The team’s biggest rivals are Celtic. Rangers play in blue and Celtic in green and white.
Glasgow Rangers FC Stadium Description
The Ibrox building is domineering and massive, using red brick and generous amounts of glass blocks. Ibrox Stadium was originally built in 1899; the football ground now has a capacity of around 50,000 seats. The images showing a curved glass form are of a new section added to the ground over a decade ago.
Ibrox Regeneration News Jan 2012
Plans to regenerate the area around Ibrox Stadium could be revived. The area around the home of Rangers Football Club – known as G51 – has long been waiting for investment. A report in the Rangers Monthly magazine suggests that regeneration of the local community could be an option again due to the positive impact of the forthcoming Commonwealth Games.
Ibrox Options News Jan 2008
Rangers assessing various proposals incl. new 70,000-seat stadium
The Rangers Football Club plc – Ibrox Park: 0141 580 8500
Glasgow Rangers – Brief History
The record attendance was 118,567 – Rangers FC v Celtic – in 1939. Rangers FC started out in 1873. Glasgow Rangers Football Club are a founder member of the Scottish League and currently play in the Scottish Premiership.
This team have won the Scottish League Championship more times than any other football club. In 1972 they won the European Cup Winners Cup at the Nou Camp Stadium.
Ibrox News Update – Feb 2006:
Expansion proposals 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 for Ibrox are by Huchison Architects
Ibrox Stadium Address: Edmiston Drive, Glasgow G51 2XD
Major Strathclyde Building Designs – selection:
photo © Isabelle Lomholt
Celtic Stadium Glasgow
photo © Adrian Welch
Science Centre Glasgow
photo : Keith Hunter
Manchester United Stadium – major football ground with stand / building by Glasgow-based architects
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Rangers Football Club Website: www.rangers.co.uk