ORSA Convention takes place in New Zealand
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ORSA Convention takes place in New Zealand

The Oceania Rangers Supporters Association (ORSA) Annual Convention has taken place in Auckland, New Zealand as fans from across the region meet up to discuss all things Rangers.
These events are all about harnessing and improving bonds of Rangers supporters from across the region, and the world.
This year’s ORSA convention was hosted by the Kiwi True Blues.

This year’s event started on Thursday 28th February and ends Sunday 3rd of March. Each year the convention attracts supporters from all over the world. The group also invite ex-players and key club figures to join the convention.
Rangers legends Ian Ferguson and Craig Moore attended this year’s event. It’s not just ex-players in attendance either. Rangers’ Managing Director Stewart Robertson also spoke at the event. As did David Edgar of the Heart & Hand podcast.
Along with meet and greets, live Q&As and an AGM, the group also hosted a football match between the attendees as well as a special dinner.
The Oceania Rangers Supporters Association (ORSA) are a collection of Rangers Supporters Clubs throughout the Oceania Region and beyond.

Rangers legend Craig Moore attended the ORSA event. Mandatory Credit: Ben Radford /Allsport

Originally the member clubs came from Australia & New Zealand, but in recent times the group has expanded into Asia and the Middle East.

Each season one of the member clubs is chosen the host the annual ORSA convention. Ex-Rangers players and key club figures are also invited as special guests.
Rangers Managing Director Stewart Robertson spoke at the event about how much Rangers value Alfredo Morelos.