Rangers have helped set a number of attendance records across Scotland over the years – and the B team helped set one of their own yesterday as Caledonian Braves recorded the highest attendance in the club’s history when the young Gers were the visitors to Alliance Park.
Two goals from Alex Lowry saw the Colts come back from behind twice to snatch a draw in front of 500 fans at the stadium within Strathclyde Park.
The result leaves Rangers B third in the Lowland League table, two points off Spartans in second having played two games fewer than the Edinburgh side.
With a number of regular faces missing for Davie McCallum’s side, it was a difficult afternoon as they fought back twice to claim a share of the spoils and maintain their excellent record in the league this season.
While Bonnyrigg Rose look certain to run away with the title, securing second place will be a huge achievement for the Colts and – hopefully – lead to the continuation of the programme that has allowed them to take their place in the fifth tier.
As well as Alliance Park, Rangers also played in the record attendance at: Ibrox, Celtic Park, Tynecastle, Shawfield, Firhill, Dens Park, Rugby Park, Fir Park, Cliftonhill, Central Park, Somerset Park, Gayfield, Station Park, Almondvale, Victoria Park, Caledonian Stadium, Stair Park, Galabank, and Shielfield.