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Ibrox at Night Framed Panoramic
A fantastic framed panoramic photograph of Ibrox at night, in celebration of 140 years of glorious history.
Ibrox Stadium is a football stadium located on the south side of the River Clyde in the Ibrox district of Glasgow. Ibrox is the third largest football stadium in Scotland, having an all-seated capacity of 50, 987.
Ibrox is best known for being the home ground of Rangers FC. It was opened as Ibrox Park in 1899. Vast earthen terraces were built in its place, while a main stand, which is now a listed building, was built in 1928. A British record crowd of 118, 567 gathered in January 1939 for a league match with Celtic. After 1971 the stadium was largely rebuilt. The vast bowl-shaped terracing was removed and replaced by three rectangular, all-seated stands by 1981. After renovations were completed in 1997, the ground was renamed Ibrox Stadium.
The Ibrox pitch is surrounded by four covered all-seater stands, officially known as the Bill Struth Main (south), Broomloan (west), Govan (north) and Copland Road (east) Stands. Each stand has two tiers, with the exception of the Bill Struth Main Stand, which has had three tiers since the Club Deck was added in 1991. The two corner areas, known as the West and East areas of the Govan Stand, have one tier of seating below a JumboTron screen.
Ibrox has also hosted the Scotland national football team, particularly when the national stadium Hampden Park was redeveloped in the 1990s. Ibrox also hosted three Scottish domestic cup finals in the same period. It has also been the venue for concerts by major performers, including Frank Sinatra.
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Rangers First Team Picture - The Hummel Training Centre
Rangers first team picture 2018/19.
(Back Row L-R) Graham Dorrans, Borna Barisic, Kyle Lafferty, Nikola Katic, Joe Worrall, Wes Foderingham, Allan McGregor, Andy Firth, Connor Goldson, Gareth McAuley, Lee Wallace, Ross McCrorie, Jamie Murphy
(Middle Row L-R) Jon Flanagan, Jermain Defoe, Glen Kamara, Andy Halliday, Daniel Candeias, Ryan Jack, captain James Tavernier, Alfredo Morelos, Lassana Coulibaly, Glenn Middleton, Eros Grezda, Scott Arfield, Steven Davis, Matt Polster, Ryan Kent
(Front Row L-R) Kit Controller Jimmy Bell, Masseur David Lavery, Analyst Bradley Wall, Coach Michael Beale, Assistant Manager Gary McAllister, Manager Steven Gerrard, Technical Coach Tom Culshaw, Goalkeeping Coach Colin Stewart, Head of Performance Jordan Milsom, Doctor Mark Waller and Physiotherapist Steve Walker
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140 years celebration framed panoramic print
Rangers fans card display to celebrate 140 years of glorious history.
In domestic football, Rangers has won more league titles and trebles than any other club in the world, winning the league title 54 times, the Scottish Cup 33 times and the Scottish League Cup 27 times, and achieving the treble of all three in the same season seven times. In European football, Rangers was the first British club to reach a UEFA tournament final. It won the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1972 after being runner-up twice in 1961 and 1967. A third runners-up finish in Europe came in the 2008 UEFA Cup.
The way the scroll crest has appeared on the club shirt has varied slightly through the years. Between 1990 and 1994 'Rangers Football Club' and the 'Ready' motto appeared above and below the Crest respectively. Between 1997 and 1999 the scroll crest featured within a shield. After a successful end to the season in 2003, which delivered Rangers a Domestic Treble and their 50th league title; five stars were added to the top of the scroll crest, one for every ten titles won by the club. The team wore a special crest on 8 December 2012 in a home league match against Stirling Albion, to commemorate the 140th anniversary of their formation. '1872?2012' appeared above the scroll crest with the words '140 years' featuring below.
The four founders of Rangers ? brothers Moses and Peter McNeil, Peter Campbell and William McBeath ? met in March 1872 at West End Park, (now known as Kelvingrove Park). Rangers' first match, in May that year, was a goalless friendly draw with Callander on Glasgow Green under the name Glasgow Argyle F.C. In 1873, the club held its first annual meeting and staff were elected. By 1876 Rangers had its first international player, with Moses McNeil representing Scotland in a match against Wales. In 1877 Rangers reached a Scottish Cup final; after drawing the first game, Rangers refused to turn up for the replay and the cup was awarded to Vale of Leven. Rangers won the Glasgow Merchants' Charity Cup the following year against Vale of Leven 2?1, their first major cup. The first-ever Old Firm match took place in 1888, the year of Celtic's establishment. Rangers lost 5?2 in a friendly to a team composed largely of guest players from Hibernian.
The 1890?91 season saw the inception of the Scottish Football League, and Rangers, by then playing at the first Ibrox Stadium, were one of ten original members. The club's first-ever league match, on 16 August 1890, resulted in a 5?2 victory over Heart of Midlothian. After finishing joint-top with Dumbarton, a play-off held at Cathkin Park finished 2?2 and the title was shared for the only time in its history. Rangers' first-ever Scottish Cup win came in 1894 after a 3?1 final victory over rivals Celtic. By the start of the 20th century, Rangers had won two league titles and three Scottish Cups.
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