Get Involved in the Community at Your Favorite Team’s Home Ground


There are many ways to get involved in the local community at your favorite team’s home ground. You can help the fans and players and have some fun while doing it. From donating a small amount of money to an excellent cause to volunteering at the stadium, you can help make a difference in the players’ lives.

Club crest

The club crest of Rangers FC has undergone a redesign. This new version incorporates the best of the old and the new.

The old crest was based on a scroll believed to have been used since the club’s formation in 1872. In the modern day, the scroll crest has been updated and refined to improve clarity and increase balance.

The new crest also incorporates the ‘Rampant Lion,’ a symbol of Scottish history. It is accompanied by a ‘Ready’ motto which is the club’s mantra.

The rampant lion crest has become the topic of discussion amongst fans of all ages. Some believe that the lion flush is a good symbol, while others claim it is a gimmick.

The new crest is accompanied by a brand-new website and has added a fresh look to the club. The range is designed to highlight the club’s resilience and its many successes.

The logo is the club’s first rebranding in twenty-two years. Its design has been enlarged to include the full name of the club and the initials ‘RFC,’ along with a ‘Ready’ motto.

A bespoke typeface has also been developed, inspired by the heritage of the Ibrox stadium. This will be used across all branding and marketing material, including the player numbers on the back of the football strips.

Home shirt

The Rangers FC home shirt is available in royal blue. It features a checkerboard design and is made of lightweight polyester. The sleeve is a two-color ribbed design. It also has a v-cut inset.

It is a replica of the team’s official home shirt. It is designed for comfort and durability. You can purchase it online or in stores.

Rangers were one of the first clubs to adopt V-neck tops for domestic games in 1957-58. They have since dominated Scottish football. Their players have won 54 League Championships and 60 domestic cups.

The club is a part of the Old Firm rivalry with Celtic. Since 2000, they have shared the honors.

Rangers have competed in more European competitions than any other British club. In 1961, they made their first appearance in the European Cup Winners’ Cup final.

Since the late 1950s, the club has dominated Scottish football. The first post-war championship was awarded to the club. This was followed by six Scottish Cups and four League Cups.

The Rangers FC home shirt is available in both junior and women’s sizes. In addition, both kits are priced at PS65.

Castore manufactures the Rangers FC home shirt. The club crest is embroidered on the left chest, and a white raised rubber monogram is affixed to the left upper sleeve. There is also a SportemonGo logo on the back.

UEFA Champions League

Rangers have made it back to the UEFA Champions League group stage for the first time in four years. The Glasgow-based club won the Scottish Cup in extra-time last season and finished as runners-up to Celtic in the Scottish Premiership.

Van Bronckhorst has taken charge at Ibrox for nine months and has a history of working miracles in Europe. He has already won the Scottish Cup and a Dutch title and has been able to win games against both Celtic and Liverpool.

In the Champions League, Rangers have scored twice in the group stage. They also drew Feyenoord and Porto away. However, they lost to Ajax and Napoli at home.

In the group stage, Rangers finished second, meaning they advanced to the round of 16 without losing a game. Their 3-2 victory on aggregate gave them their best finish in the competition.

In the next round, Rangers faced Leeds United and lost 2-0. Rangers then drew with Eintracht Frankfurt and lost on penalties.

The team finished with a goal difference of minus 20 in the group stage and will now be in the qualifying rounds. PSV Eindhoven is the team they will face in the playoffs.

PSV’s coach Ruud van Nistelrooij is a fan of Van Bronckhorst and expects a good match. But he’s aware of the team’s lows in recent years.