Rangers have provided an update regarding New Edmiston House as the club pledges a special reward for those who purchased Supporter Packages.
Fans who invested in Supporters Packages were sent an update regarding the construction as the club revealed they will be rewarded with a special “welcome gift” by the end of October.
This will include a special Ibrox Stadium model featuring New Edmiston House presented in a specially branded gift box.
The Gers have also confirmed that much of the construction machinery is now on-site and visible progress of the works should be more prominent in the coming months.
On top of this, Rangers also confirmed that the new two-storey Rangers Store in the building is being developed in conjunction with £25m retail partners Castore.
As part of the space, there will also be a tangible venue that can hold over 1000 people opening and the club claim work is going on behind the scenes hire this out as a major Glasgow events space.
The work is being overseen by new general manager David Pyatt – who has over 20 years experience in events and venue management – in what is an exciting time for the club ahead of the Gers’ 150th anniversary.
Rangers statement on New Edmiston House:
“We are pleased to provide an exclusive update to all supporters who have purchased the New Edmiston House Supporter Packages.
“Work is now well underway on Rangers Football Club’s incredible New Edmiston House, with supporters set to enjoy the phenomenal benefits of this world-class facility. It will be a cornerstone of the club’s 150th anniversary celebrations and a fitting landmark to remember what is set to be a memorable year for everyone associated with Rangers.
“As a supporter of Edmiston House, you can look forward to delivery of your exclusive welcome gift by the end of October. The welcome pack contains a personalised certificate of authenticity plus a limited-edition Ibrox Stadium model featuring New Edmiston House, all presented in a premium New Edmiston House branded gift box.
“Supporters who have visited Ibrox recently will have noticed the development is moving forward, with enabling works now been completed, and much of the construction machinery delivered onside meaning more substantial, tangible progress will be visible in the coming months, with foundation work beginning imminently.
“Everyone at Rangers is incredibly excited by the project, not least down to the new club museum which will be found in New Edmiston House. The passion being put into this particular aspect of the building will delivery an experience that is second to none and celebrates the legacy and history of the club and carries it on into the future.
“The new two-storey Rangers Store, developed in collaboration with Castore, will offer an even better experience for both supporters and visitors, while the specially designed events space will be used for a wide array of concerts and events through the week, as well as be a terrific space for supporters on matchday.
“Work is already underway behind the scenes to ensure a number of truly great acts, both established and up and coming, make New Edmiston House a stop on their tours.
“That work, and the management of the New Edmiston House project, is being overseen by recently appointed General Manager, David Pyatt.”
Meanwhile, Rangers have announced details regarding vaccine passports and how they will be implemented, beginning with the weekend’s clash with Hibs.