A GROUP of Rangers supporters in need of a boost enjoyed a once in a lifetime experience yesterday thanks to the Rangers Charity Foundation.
Through the Rangers Charity Dream Fund, the Foundation invited the fans to the Hummel Training Centre for a meet and greet with the Manager and entire First Team squad, before welcoming them to watch training and enjoy a behind the scenes tour.
All 12 guests were nominated by a friend or family member and live with life-limiting conditions, illnesses, disabilities or have been through a recent difficult experience.
The group spent time speaking to each of the players and the Manager, before taking photographs and receiving autographs from their heroes, as part of their Dream Day experience.
The fans were then invited by the Manager to watch training on the outdoor pitch, where the squad was being put through its paces ahead of the weekend’s game against Aberdeen.
The Rangers Charity Foundation arranges Dream Days at the Hummel Training Centre twice a year, as well as a number of special matchday experiences at Ibrox. Support is also given to fans in need via Dream Letters from Rangers First Team players, which include a signed photograph or souvenir.
To be considered for a Rangers Charity Dream Fund experience children and adults must be nominated using a nomination form, which can be found online at www.rangerscharity.org.uk.
To find out more about the Rangers Charity Foundation, visit: www.rangerscharity.org.uk