We would like to make your experience at Ibrox Stadium as memorable as possible and have compiled a guide below to assist your in your visit to the Stadium. If you have any further questions please contact Supporters Services on 0871 702 1972 (calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras).

Travelling to Ibrox
Ibrox Stadium is one of the most accessible grounds in European football, with first-class public transport, road and airport links.

By Car
Strathclyde Police, in consultation with Rangers Football Club, is advising football fans and supporters associations to take the following routes if travelling via the M8 and M74 (westbound) to home games at Ibrox Stadium for the 2019/2020 season.

As the M8, travelling west from the Kingston Bridge, no longer allows vehicular traffic to take the off-ramp at Junction 23 (Dumbreck Road), traffic must now exit at either Junction 24 (Helen Street), Junction 25 (Cardonald) or Junction 26 (Hillington). Drivers are encouraged to check local maps to plan an alternative route to Ibrox Stadium should Junction 24 be congested and tailing back onto the main carriageway.

The M74 westbound (new section of road) joins just prior to Junction 24 of the M8. Drivers of westbound vehicles travelling to Ibrox for home games are encouraged to exit at Tradeston where they can either travel onto the M77 and come off at Junction 1 (Dumbreck Road) or turn right onto Carnoustie Street and left onto Paisley Road and head to Ibrox Stadium from there.

By Subway
The most convenient way to reach Ibrox Stadium is by Subway. From Ibrox subway station, the Stadium is just a short walk away. From Glasgow’s city centre the Subway takes 10 to 15 minutes travelling on the Outer Circle, and just a few minutes more in the other direction on the Inner Circle. With trains arriving and departing approximately every five minutes – it is a popular choice of transport for visitors.

By Bus
Bus links from Glasgow are frequent, with bus stops to all points within 300 yards of the Stadium. Visit travelinescotland.com for a detailed list of bus times from any point in Scotland.

Alternatively, click here to plan your route.

Car Parking
Car parking spaces are available in the Albion Car Park, directly opposite the Stadium. Spaces are priced at £10 and can be paid upon entry. Alternatively, if you wish to pre-book a car park space please HERE, visit Rangers Ticket Centre or call 0871 702 1972 (calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras).

Families with a juvenile in their party can call 0871 702 1972 (calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras) or visit Rangers Ticket Centre to purchase a space in the Family Car Park (previously the Away Car Park) priced at £5. Spaces will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

The Stadium grounds become pedestrian-only for 90 minutes before a match and so vehicle movement is prohibited except for emergency services until 45mins after final whistle or crowds cleared from the grounds.

Stadium Entry 
The Stadium opens 90 minutes prior to kick-off.

Stadium Food
A variety of catering kiosks are available once you are inside the stadium on a matchday. The kiosks sell a range of snacks from pies to sausage rolls and crisps to confectionery. A special kids’ meal is also available in the Family Section which costs £3.50 and contains a fresh fruit bag, mini pie, hot dog or sandwich wrap, soft drink and collectable player pic card.

Blue Coat Volunteers
Look out for our friendly team of Blue Coat Volunteers who are happy to help guide new visitors to key points around the stadium footprint.

Rangers Merchandise
The Rangers Megastore is situated in the between the Govan and Copland stands in the Stadium and is only open on matchdays.

Matchday Programmes
Matchday programmes can be purchased from sellers located around the external concourses of the Stadium on a matchday. Programmes are priced at £3.50 although prices may vary for commemorative or special edition programmes.

Follow with Pride
Rangers Football Club will not tolerate any form of unacceptable behaviour and will continue to take action including bans where necessary. If you witness someone who ignores this advice, please advise a steward or police officer, call the incident hotline on 0871 702 1972 (calls cost 10 per minute plus network extras) or text the details to 66099.

Cash Machines
There are no cash machines inside Ibrox Stadium. The closest cash points are situated on Copland Road, a short distance from the underground, and Asda Superstore on Helen Street which is approximately 10 minutes walk from the stadium.

Lost Property
If you lose any personal items at Ibrox Stadium on a matchday please contact Supporters Services on 0871 702 1972 (calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras).

If you decide to bring a baby or young child to a match they will need a ticket. Whilst we appreciate they could sit on a lap there needs to be a physical seat allocation space for them in the Stadium. They must also be able to sit unaided in a tip-up seat.

Food and Drink
Food, within reason, is allowed into the Stadium. Soft drinks in small plastic bottles or flasks, aluminium cans and alcohol are NOT allowed into the Stadium. If you are required to carry containers into the Stadium for medical purposes please contact the Safety Department ahead of your visit.

Tap water is available from the concessions. Please queue in the normal way and on request you will be given a plastic cup of water.

Buggies are allowed into the Stadium. On arrival at the turnstile please contact the nearest steward and they will arrange to store the buggy in one of the kiosks. Please attach an identifying tag to your buggy to avoid any mix-ups with other visitors’ property.

Stadium Lifts
There are 6 customer lifts in Ibrox Stadium.

1 & 2 – East and West Tower of the Main Stand for access to corporate hospitality guests, Club Deck seating and those with mobility problems.
3 – Centre lift for corporate access
4 – Ibrox Suite for corporate access
5 & 6 – Argyle House for corporate guests and access to Bar 72 East and West.

Crutches are allowed into the Stadium, they should be placed safely underneath your seat. However, if your leg is in a plaster cast and you are unable to bend it, unfortunately, you will not be able to sit in your allocated seat as you may cause an obstruction. Please contact us to see if we can assist you in the short term. Those with a long term or permanent requirement for extra legroom should discuss their requirements with Ticket Centre.

Cameras/Video cameras
Cameras and video cameras are allowed to be brought into the Stadium but due to copyright laws, they cannot be used when players are on the pitch. This also includes the players’ warm-up session.

Suitcases/ Luggage storage
Small suitcases and holdalls are allowed into Stadium as long as they can fit underneath your seat without causing an obstruction to the walkway. Unfortunately, there is nowhere within the Stadium to store large suitcases, this is due to security reasons. All bags are searched upon entry to the Stadium.

Perfume/ Aerosols
Aerosol sprays are NOT allowed into the Stadium, they will be confiscated upon entry. Air horns attached to aerosol cans are also NOT allowed. Perfumes can be brought into the Stadium however they will be temporarily confiscated by the steward who can store it for you and return it at the end of the match.

Road Closures
On a matchday, Edmiston Drive at the front of the Stadium is closed 90 minutes before kick-off. The road remains closed throughout the match and does not reopen until approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour after the final whistle, depending on activities outside the Stadium. If you require any advice with regards to drop off and pick up points please contact the Stadium Management department on 0871 702 1972 (calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras), Monday to Friday between 9am to 5pm.

Customer Priority Access Toilets
Baby changing facilities are available in Broomloan Rear Family Section, the Ibrox Suite, Argyle House ground level and the Main Stand first floor.

Wheelchair accessible toilets are available within the Main Stand East and West Enclosures, Main Stand first floor, Broomloan Front, Govan West Corner, Argyle House 4th floor and the Ibrox Suite.

Ambulant disabled facilities are available Argyle House Restaurant, Bar 72 East and West.

Induction Loops
Induction loops are available at Argyle House Reception, the Main Stand Reception, the Ticket Centre and Rangers Lotteries in Broomloan House.

Where signs indicate: Govan Upper and Lower Fast food units, Copland Stand fast food units, Broomloan Stand fast food units, Main Stand Ambulance Room.

Special seating/access requirements
Please discuss any specific access requirements you may have with our Customer Service team on 0871 702 1972 (calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras).

Rangers have partnered with the UK’s most trusted accessibility checker DisabledGo to produce detailed accessibility information to Ibrox. Click HERE to find out more information about access to the stadium.