THE Founders Trail and Ibrox Stadium Tour Extra Date Added Sunday 31st July.

Since 2009, over 5,000 people have made the trip around Glasgow on the Trail of our Founders and through the doors of Ibrox Stadium, many for the first time.

Through the education process of the Founders Trail the objective is to safeguard our unique and wonderful Rangers story for future generations .

So let us Follow Follow in the Footsteps of our Founders.

Join fans from across the world on a journey of discovery back to 1872 when The Rangers were just the dream of a group of young kids who gathered on Fleshers Haugh.

They had no ball, no football kit and used a bush on the Glasgow Green as a changing room.

Their Club, which they nurtured, was to become the world’s most successful and it all happened on the streets of Glasgow.

Our day begins at the Founders Trail welcome desk which is located within Bar 72 East at Ibrox Stadium from 11.15am on the day of the Tour prior to our 12pm departure from outside of the Ibrox Megastore

Our journey takes us to the area of Fleshers Haugh where The Rangers played their first ever match, we also visit Glassford Street, Union Street, Berkeley Street, Burnbank, Kinning Park, Craigton Cemetery and many other places of interest before finishing off our day with a tour of our magnificent Ibrox Stadium.

Once again due to an overwhelming level of bookings for The Founders Trail and Ibrox Stadium Tour we’re delighted to announce an additional date to cope with demand.

The Founders Trail will now also operate on Sunday 31st July.

Booking details are as follows.

Adults : £22
Children (under 16) and Senior Citizens £16.
Group discounts are available upon request.

Please book early to avoid disappointment. To reserve your seat just send an email to: [email protected] For further information phone : 0790 2855536. An insight into our research can be found here on our website.

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