On the final game before the January break, Rangers fans all over the world were celebrating a famous 2-1 victory over rivals Celtic at Celtic Park – including those in Antarctica.
Legions of Ibrox fans around the world tuned in to see Steven Gerrard’s side dominate their rivals for the second match in a row and set up a tantalising second half of the season.
But tuning in from way, way down under, is the Antarctica Loyal the most remote Rangers Supporters Club in the world?
Cheers to everyone whose followed so far, keep spreading the word! No Surrender! pic.twitter.com/G5KPSJfegi
— ANTARCTICA LOYAL (@AntarcticaLoyal) January 4, 2020
Supporters of the Antarctica Loyal look to Twitter to share photographs of the bluenoses on the ice-covered continent prior to the Old Firm victory.
Calling themselves the most Southern Rangers Supporters club on their Twitter, what a sight it is to see Rangers tops and flags stretch out to every corner of the globe.
Based in the Rothera Research Station, Rangers will be a welcome taste of home for the workers who populate the small corner of the desolate region.
Rothera is a British Antarctic Survey base on the Antarctic Peninsula and clearly there are a few bluenoses working on the base’s research.
There are Rangers Supporters Club across the club and this endearing Club in Antarctica further emphasises the global reach of the club’s support.
Here’s a list of the global Rangers Supporters Clubs which have been recognised by the Ibrox side’s official website.
Should the Antarctic Loyal be the latest to be added to the list?