How many fans do Ibrox?

February 5, 2021 Off By idswater

How many fans do Ibrox?

50,817
The home of Rangers Football Club, Ibrox is the third largest football stadium in Scotland, with an all-seated capacity of 50,817. Opened as Ibrox Park in 1899, it suffered a disaster in 1902 when a wooden terrace collapsed.

How many Rangers fans are there in the world?

Worldwide, I’d say easily more than 1 million. Although a lot may be just casual fans. If you count everybody who has supported Rangers since the Pioneers probably quite a lot. With the various recent threads about big clubs or not big clubs and the global appeal of Rangers, how many fans do you reckon we actually have?

What’s the average attendance for Rangers Football Club?

Rangers, along with Old Firm rivals Celtic, have the largest support base of all the clubs in Scotland. The club’s average attendance is consistently one of the highest in Europe, the figure of 45,750 for the domestic league Season 2012–13 being the 18th highest across the continent.

Who are the traditional supporters of Rangers Football Club?

Rangers’ traditional support is largely drawn from the Protestant Unionist community, whilst Celtic’s traditional support is largely drawn from the Catholic Irish community. The first Old Firm match was won by Celtic and there have been over four hundred matches played to date.

Why do so many Rangers fans support Hibernian?

With clubs like Rangers, Celtic, Hearts and Hibernian, and even N. Ireland’s Linfield, support of their team is also a big part of their culture. Chances are if you support Hibernian or Celtic, you voted yes for Independence, and/or wave a Irish Tricolour, even if you don’t have Irish blood in you.

Worldwide, I’d say easily more than 1 million. Although a lot may be just casual fans. If you count everybody who has supported Rangers since the Pioneers probably quite a lot. With the various recent threads about big clubs or not big clubs and the global appeal of Rangers, how many fans do you reckon we actually have?

Who is the owner of Rangers Football Club?

Former Rangers chairman Dave King has agreed to sell all his shares in the club to fans group Club 1872. The sale, when complete, will make Club 1872 the largest single shareholder in Rangers International Football Club (RIFC) Plc.

Rangers, along with Old Firm rivals Celtic, have the largest support base of all the clubs in Scotland. The club’s average attendance is consistently one of the highest in Europe, the figure of 45,750 for the domestic league Season 2012–13 being the 18th highest across the continent.

With clubs like Rangers, Celtic, Hearts and Hibernian, and even N. Ireland’s Linfield, support of their team is also a big part of their culture. Chances are if you support Hibernian or Celtic, you voted yes for Independence, and/or wave a Irish Tricolour, even if you don’t have Irish blood in you.