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Away Day Guide - Rangers (19th August)


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Away Day Guide – Rangers (19th August) 

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Photo - Flickr 

Tickets 

Tickets are available to purchase at Smiths of Greenock (36 West Blackhall St, Greenock PA15 1UU). Prices are Adult - £21; Concession (OAPs and U18s) - £15; U16s - £9. Please note that tickets will only be sold until close of play on Thursday afternoon.

Disabled Fans Information  

The 7 spaces in the North West Corner are utilised by away fans. The Club has wheelchairs available, to give assistance to individuals who may by reason of frailty or mobility impairment require the use of one for the duration of their visit to the Club or to transfer from one location to anotherThese wheelchairs are located at the Ambulance Room, Main Stand Reception and AH Reception. 

Lifts are available at accessible points throughout the Club, and though access to venues is possible in all but a few hospitality areas, equal provision of service can be replicated. Customers are advised to inform us of any arrangements that we may require to have in place for them so that we can ensure suitability of venuesWhere access to hospitality dining areas is hampered by height differentials between viewing and dining areas portable ramps have been provided 

For all enquiries of this nature please contact disabilitymatters@rangers.co.uk. 

Supporters Buses  

The Gourock Morton Supporters bus will depart from The Old Wherry Tavern at 11am. The price will be decided on the day. Message their page on Facebook or contact Shaun on 07983 600945 to book a space.  

The Port Glasgow Morton Travel Club bus will leave The Caledonian Bar at 11am. The cost will be decided on the day. Message their page on Facebook or contact Mark on 07903065204 to book a space. 

By Train 

There are two services an hour to Glasgow Central on the low line, departing Gourock :08 and :38 every hour, as well as one train an hour on the high line, departing Wemyss Bay at :57 every hour. From there, transfer onto the Outer Circle of the Glasgow Subway. Alight at Ibrox. 

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All information taken from the ScotRail website.

By Car  

Use the postcode G51 2XD for the stadium. The journey from Cappielow to Ibrox (without matchday traffic) takes around 25 minutes (20.1 miles). Parking around the stadium is a potential issue, although the Govan Asda hosts a large carpark.  

Pre-Match 

Your best bet is staying within the city centre before heading for the Subway. The best place for a reasonably priced pint in the surrounds of Glasgow Central is around Hope Street, which has several pubs on the doorstep of the station. 

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Photo – Alamy

 

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