Ibrox Stadium has been the home of Rangers F.C. since it opened in 1899. With a capacity of just over 50,000 the venue is the third largest football stadium in Scotland.
Rangers played their first match at the new Ibrox on the 30th December 1899, defeating Hearts 3-1. Known as Ibrox Park until 1997, the venue hosted numerous Scottish Cup Finals and Scotland international matches in the early half of the 20th century. Capacity reached its peak in 1939 when a British record crowd of 118,567 attended a league match with Celtic.
The 1971 Ibrox disaster, in which 66 people unfortunately died led to a huge redevelopment of Ibrox.
Ibrox also hosted the Rugby Sevens event at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, with South Africa defeating New Zealand in the Final to win Gold.
Tickets at Ibrox Stadium
Rangers F.C. Tickets
Tickets for Rangers matches can be purchased online, at the Ticket Centre at the stadium or by telephone (0871 702 1972).
Ibrox Stadium Tour
90 minute behind the scenes tours of Ibrox take place at 10:30am, 12:30pm and 2:30pm ever Friday, Saturday and Sunday (with the exception of matchdays). The tour costs £15 for Adults, £5 for Children/OAPs (Children 5 and under are free) and a family ticket for 2 Adults & 2 Kids is £35.
Further information and booking is available on the official website.
Location & Travel to Ibrox Stadium
The stadium is located in the Ibrox area of Glasgow, south of the River Clyde and 3 miles from the city centre.
Airport – Glasgow Airport is less than 30 minutes from the city centre and Edinburgh and Prestwick airports are around 60 minutes away. Glasgow and Edinburgh are the busiest airports in Scotland, with connections to many European and International destinations.
Both Glasgow and Edinburgh Airport’s have a bus service to Glasgow city centre, whilst Prestwick Airport has a rail service with trains to Glasgow. From the city you can reach the stadium as directed below.
Bus – There are several bus services which operate close to the stadium from the city centre, including the 9, 9A, 10, 38, 38A and 153.
Coach: Buchanan Bus Station is the main terminus station of Glasgow, located just a 10 minute walk from Glasgow Central railway station. Megabus offers cheap travel to Glasgow and offers over 10 routes from Aberdeen, Barnsley, Birmingham, Dundee, Edinburgh, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester and Sheffield. You can search and book your tickets here.
Driving & Parking – The stadium is located just off junction 23 or 24 of the M8 motorway, or Junction 1 of the M77. Parking is available at the Albion Car Park, located opposite the stadium and costs £10. Payment can be done upon arrival or paid in advance online.
Subway – The Glasgow Subway is the most convenient way of reaching the stadium from the city centre, with Ibrox subway station just a few minutes walk away. The journey from the centre takes around 10 minutes and runs every 5 minutes.
Train – Ibrox Stadium is around 2 miles from Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queen Street stations. From Glasgow Central you can reach much of Scotland and England, including London, Birmingham, Leeds, Bristol and Manchester.