In the early sixties a group of fans got together and formed the Rangers Disabled Supporters Club.The main objective was to gain access to away grounds. The club continued in its original form until Rangers redeveloped the stadium, at which point Rangers F.C. approached the RDSA with a view to forming a new organisation recognised officially by the club. As a result Club was re-launched in 1980 and at that time there was 42 members however the number of wheelchair spaces at Ibrox was limited to 26 wheelchairs.
This situation continued until the West Enclosure was redeveloped and there are now 65 wheelchair spaces and the membership grew to about the same number. After the recent financial problems at the club the group has risen up again and is now aiming to be a pan-disability group.
If you are interested in joining or find out more information please contact Peter Dunbar Secretary (on 07588633076 or email@example.com) or Billy Paterson Chairperson on 07952685773 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Accessible Tickets For Away Fans
How To Apply For Tickets & Accessible Car Parking Information
The away club will be sent all available wheelchair disabled and personal assistance tickets for all games at Ibrox Stadium. Please contact your own club in the first instance regarding ticket availability.
Comments – Ambulant Disabled,with or without a Personal Assistant pay the full price applicable to the fixture they are going to.
Accessible Facilities Assessment