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The story behind our red-brick façade

Ibrox Stadium is an impressive, red-brick building that’s become synonymous with sporting success since it opened in 1899. Home to premier league Rangers F.C., our stadium continues to host over 50,000 fans on matchday as well as thousands of event goers under Ibrox Conference & Events.

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It began with a win

When our stadium first opened in 1899 under the name of ‘Ibrox Park’, Rangers played their first match in the same year and finished with a win of 3-1 against Heart of Midlothian F.C.

After a series of tragic events occurred relating to the original design of the stadium, major redevelopments were made to protect the safety of our visitors. In 1997, after undergoing a huge makeover, we remerged as ‘Ibrox Stadium’ and gained a UEFA five-star status. Now with a capacity of over 50,000, we’ve been home to the Scotland national football team 18 times.

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Glasgow’s trusted events venue

Since the opening of Ibrox Stadium, our rooms and enthusiastic team have put us on the map for all types of events in Glasgow. As well as hosting meetings, parties and more inside Ibrox, we recently opened a second events venue on-site called Edmiston House. This state-of-the-art space features sleek décor, atmospheric lighting and a layout that’s been designed with events in mind.

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With 34 event spaces, a passionate events team and a brilliant catering partner all on-site, it’s easy to plan the perfect event at our stadium.


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