Rangers fans will be signing up to the club’s new Everyone, Anyone charter when they purchase season tickets next season.

Everyone, Anyone is a ground-breaking diversity and inclusivity initiative launched by Rangers as it looks to celebrate the wealth of diversity in race, religion and creed amongst the support of the great Glasgow club.

In what Stewart Robertson describes as a natural progression, the club wants to celebrate the success of the initiative by getting Rangers fans to sign up to this new charter.

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Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson has been praising the initiative. (photo by Vagelis Georgariou/Action Plus via Getty Images)

“We have demonstrated beyond any doubt that Rangers is a football club for all and the Everyone Anyone campaign has been a huge success so far,” said Robertson [Rangers].

“All Rangers fans are united by their love for the club and we will continue to champion diversity and promote tolerance, understanding and positive behaviour.

“I thank all the supporters who took part in the campaign creative last summer – the visuals produced were stunning and really highlights what a broad supporter base we have.


“It is 2020, there is no place in football or indeed society for racism, homophobia or anti-social behaviour. Ibrox is a place where we can all come together, celebrate our diversity and enjoy the football.

“I thank all supporters who have backed our campaign and taken on board the importance of Everyone Anyone’s core messages.

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“We have achieved much since our launch, but we cannot become complacent and the campaign will evolve in the weeks and months ahead.


“The launch of the Fans Charter is the latest strand of this initiative and going forward any supporter buying a season ticket or match tickets will be expected to sign up for this new code of conduct.”

The Everyone, Anyone campaign – the name a play on the lyrics of Follow, Follow – has been a considered success at Ibrox.

As the club emerges as a leader in diversity in Scotland and as a modern football club with modern values, the fans are being encouraged to support the campaign for the betterment of Rangers and society.

It has been supported by leading politicians [Rangers] and continues to be reiterated by the club in the wake of sanctions by UEFA [Rangers].

By signing up to the charter supporters are pledging their support of the Rangers’ initiative and committing to adhering to the club’s codes of conduct.

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