16 reviews of Ibrox stadium in English
Home of Rangers FC. Ibrox is a fantastic stadium full of history although it has been redeveloped over the past 20 years.
Great atmosphere on match days Old Firm and European nights especially.
Good transport links to the Stadium. 5 Stars.
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Wondeful club with a great history.
Big games here are simply magnificent. Tough, working class area of the shipyards of Govan provides the back drop to Glasgow’s oldest club.
Proud supporters from a tough city. Good Rangers fans far outweigh the few arseholes that sour some of our past. Like any club we have had our bad points but pride, determination and loyality see us through.
The memories of great players from the past keep the clubs legacy flying high. Unfortunately rotten players, terrible money management and bad staffing decisions have kept Glasgow Rangers from reaching their full potential.
A European league or an invite to play in England is the only clear future for the club. The money generated and players bought with this could enable Glasgow Rangers FC to become one of Europes biggest clubs. Alas the invites need to come as Rangers dredge away in the pits of despair, the Scottish League. Hopefull the day will come and the invite will arrive through the Ibrox doors.
The european nights are an amazing experience as well as meetings with our friends from across the city. Both old firm need each other to survive and in the end its only a sport. Keep that in mind both blue and green.
Depends what the score is can be a good atmosphere depends who you go with and where you are sitting. View of the pitch in some areas is bit difficult for short sighted folk.
Prices can vary for adults 25-45 can be the normal. Juniors less and can be some bad language used at games again depends where you are seated and who the oppostion is.
Tours are by booking only but there are many trophies and old memorabilia to gaze at.
This is a great stadium to go and watch a European game. The atmosphere in the ground can be fantastic even if the football isn’t always at its best. Food is pretty basic around the ground, although club deck has more choice. Decent transport with the underground and buses nearby.
Located in Glasgow and home to the famous Gers ie Rangers the stadium has had many a change over the year and it looks quite old from the front as they have not touched this much but inside it is quite modern. Made up of 4 stands all with a good view of the pitch. To me it does not matter who they play the atmosphere is always good but there is one team that gets the most exciting and that is when they play in old firm matches ie against celtic. It can get extrememly exciting and sometimes heated!
There are various other aspects to the stadium including function rooms, restaurant and a tour which I still have not participated in but maybe one day.
The stadium is used not only for Scottish football but also international games and for concerts as the facilities including the toilets are a good standard.
This is on the must do list to anyone who visits Glasgow and is interested in football even those who are not particularly football fans seem to enjoy the experience.
I took my uncle visiting from Canada on the Ibrox Tour. A great day out which he really enjoyed, especially getting his picture taken with Broxi Bear at the pitch side. A brilliant stadium which has the best atmosphere.
I must admit that i wouldn’t say i was a great follower of Scottish football, but when visiting a friend i had the chance to go along to a game i couldn’t turn it down.
WOW! The game was against celtic and i was totally blown away by the experience. I regularly support a smaller local team so have not come accross the passion and electric atmosphere like that too many times. The noise was liek the ground had taken a life of its own and brought a brilliant air of expectancy to the game.
I am glad i have had the chance to see one of these tremendous games and would hope to be able to do the same again in the future.
Ibrox home of the 'Gers. A EUFA cat 5 rate stadium that can host European finals and international, Ibrox is a great stadium which is fully seated.
As well as football events, Ibrox can also host concerts. It has a good function suite and a very good restaurant.
I recommend joining one of the stadium tours, these are very informative and you may even see the odd footballing superstar!!
Ibrox is one of the oldest stadiums in the UK and the front face of the building is Listed, as such any change to the stadium must take this into consideration. There are four stands at Ibrox, The Copland Road stand to the east, this traditionally the Rangers end, The Govan Stand to the north, The Broomloan Stand to the west and finally the Bill Struth Stand or the Main Stand to the south. This main stand is part of the original 1929 stadium. It is this front face that is Listed.
There have been two major disasters at Ibrox in its history. The first one in 1902 when twentyfive people died and the second one in 1971 when sixtysix poeple lost their lives.
As football stadiums go Ibrox is one of the best - and I’m not even a particularly big rangers fan!
One of my best visits to Ibrox involved having a meal in the restaurant. It was amazing!
The restaurant itself is very well fitted out, the service was excellent and the food was second to none. Finally - the bill wasn’t too huge either! Great :)
Good modern stadium. access around the stadium is pretty good as well which cannot always be said for glasgow grounds.
Nice to come away from having won and silenced the locals. not a frequent occurence though
The home of the mighty Glasgow Rangers and much more than just a simple football stadium. Ibrox has changed a lot over the years but it has always kept the same look from the outside whilst the massive changes have apeared inside.
Obviously Rangers fans like me love the stadium but many travelling fans also look forward to coming to Ibrox just because of the atmosphere the grand stadium generates.
They do tours of the stadium on weekdays and the internals of the stadium that people rarely see such as the trophy room and hall of fame are very interesting to rangers fans and football fans alike and the chance to run down the tunnel onto the famos Ibrox turf is a must for every fan!
Rangers Football club’s stadium, situated in the heart of Glasgow. The grounds are well kept and always clean. The food is really nice, They also have a function suite and a lovely restaurant, the food is slightly expensive but tastes great, the service is extremely good and the up-keep is well looked after. The lay out of the ground has been well thought out, only downfall it can be cold so wrap up warm.
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