Rangers boosted as lockdown rule change allows hungry fans to get back inside Ibrox
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Rangers boosted as lockdown change allows hungry fans to get back inside Ibrox

Rangers are delighted to reopen a range of retail units and the restaurant at Ibrox Stadium as the club welcomes a change in coronavirus lockdown rules.

Scottish people are delighted to be back out on the streets attending shops, restaurants, cafes, beer gardens and gyms as Scotland relaxes rules which have been in place since the turn of 2021.

Pubs and restaurants are welcoming customers back after months of a national lockdown in Scotland and Rangers are also benfitting. (Photo by ANDY BUCHANAN/AFP via Getty Images)

As part of this, the Rangers Store at Ibrox Stadium and in Buchanan Galleries are now free to welcome back supporters from today.


The Ibrox side’s retail deal with Castore has been a revelation – if not without quality control problems amongst other issues – after years of retail complications.

For the first time in a long time Rangers fans can buy merchandise with the explicit consent and encouragement of the club, knowing full well the club stands to benefit.

The deal was lauded in a recent MyGers webinar with director of commercial and marketing James Bisgrove and sporting director Ross Wilson.

In that webinar the pair also excitedly talked up the new Belfast store and the unit at Glasgow Airport which are both due to open this year.

Argyle House is a unique location for a spot of lunch or a nice meal with the restaurant looking out over the pitch at Ibrox Stadium.

For supporters who’ve been stared of a visit to Ibrox Stadium all season this is as close as you can get without going on a tour or taking in a match and may well help scratch your Gers itch.

Booking is competitive and naturally there are plenty hoping to get close to the Ibrox action but you can book a table HERE.

Argyle House allows fans to get inside Ibrox Stadium this season. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Unfortunately under these new rules you won’t be able to drink alcohol inside the stadium with alcoholic drinks only being served in outdoor locations.

Meanwhile, three Rangers first teamers appear to have played their last games for the club after the Ibrox side crashed out of the Scottish Cup.

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