Exclusive to I Just Love It, delve into our immense collection of the best Gifts for Glasgow Rangers Fans. Discover an unrivalled variety of Personalised Glasgow Rangers Memorabilia, made especially for a Rangers fanatic. Diehard supporters can relive Glasgow Rangers greatest moments in our Glasgow Rangers History Book. Or, to bring a bit of team pride into their home, give a Gers fan our Personalised Rangers Calendar, to get ahead of the game.
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I Just Love It has a fabulous range of personalised Rangers merchandise, including unique memorabilia and many great gift ideas. Below you will find a selection of our most popular Rangers gifts, in addition to a few interesting facts about the Gers.
Rangers FC was formed in 1873 and the club became one of ten founder members of the Scottish Football League in 1890. The Gers won the inaugural title in 1891, which they were forced to share with Dumbarton, as the two teams finished the season with the same number of points. Rangers have since won over fifty Scottish Championships and over fifty domestic cups, becoming the most successful club in the history of Scottish football. Together with local rivals Celtic, the Glaswegian clubs – known collectively as the Old Firm – have dominated Scottish competition. In 1961, Rangers extended their success into Europe. The Gers reached the final of the European Cup Winners’ Cup and thus became the first British team to contest a European final. After finishing as runners-up in the competition twice, the club finally won the European Cup in 1972. Rangers became the first Scottish team to qualify for the last thirty-two of the UEFA Cup in 2006 and the club reached the final two years later.
Rangers FC was named after an English rugby team that the club’s founders had read about in a book. The team is also known as “The Gers", “The Teddy Bears", “The Light Blues" and fans are often referred to as “The Bluenoses".
Rangers play at the Ibrox Stadium, originally named Ibrox Park, which was built in 1899. Ibrox is one of the oldest grounds in the United Kingdom and it was famously developed in 1929 by the highly rated architect, Archibald Leitch. Many have rated the Ibrox Stadium as the ‘most majestic’ work Leitch ever completed. The ground recorded the highest ever British attendance during the 1939 Old Firm derby. Over 118,500 supporters turned up for the game. In 1971, a stairway barrier collapsed as the crowd was leaving the ground. Sixty-six supporters died in the subsequent crush of people. This was the second tragedy to occur at the Ibrox stadium and it led the club to convert the ground into an all-seated arena. Capacity now stands at approximately 51,000.
We offer an exciting range of personalised Rangers gifts, which include various items of club memorabilia. These presents can be kept for years to come and they are a terrific idea for any fan of the Gers.
The Rangers Football Book incorporates a variety of match reports from some of the best games in the club’s history. It begins with the 3-0 victory against rivals Celtic in 1919 and it contains many other successful Old Firm derbies, such as the 2-1 win in the 1964 League Cup final, the 3-2 victory in the 1973 Scottish Cup final and the dramatic injury-time 3-2 win in the 2002 Scottish Cup final. The Rangers Book also includes the 0-3 thrashing of Celtic that clinched the Scottish Premier League in 1999, in addition to many other famous league title and domestic cup triumphs. Another highlight of this gift is a report on Rangers’ first ever European Cup match in 1956, which finished in a 2-1 victory against Nice. Other featured European ties include the European Cup Winners’ Cup win of 1972 and the UEFA Cup final of 2008. In addition to match reports, the Football Book features articles on the take-over by David Murray in 1988 and the appointment of Walter Smith as manager in 1991.
Twelve of the best match-reports are also featured in our Personalised Rangers Diary and Personalised Rangers Calendar, which are smartly presented and can start from the month of your choice.
Our Rangers Season Books feature a more in-depth record of a particular season. These high-quality A4 books will take you through all the key events of your chosen campaign. They include reproduced reports on European and domestic cup competitions, in addition to the twists and turns of the fight for the Scottish Premier League title. Newspaper coverage also incorporates any significant moments off the field and interviews with the Rangers players.
If you would like to commemorate the current season, why not sign up to My Rangers Football Year? This service allows you to create a customised season book at any time, with the option of editing match reports, statistics and photographs from every Rangers game. At the end of the season you will receive your professionally printed and bound book, with up to two hundred pictures included.
Another great gift idea is our Rangers Legends Calendar. Starting from the month of your choice, these Personalised Calendars come in a choice of formats - A3, A4, A5 and Desktop - and feature twelve glossy photographs of Rangers legends, including Ally McCoist, Paul Gascoigne and Mark Hateley. Each picture will cleverly incorporate your recipient’s name and you can include a personalised message on the front cover of your gift.
Our Personalised Rangers Commentaries make unusual and entertaining presents for fans of the Gers. A professional radio commentator will record an original commentary, based upon your choice of match highlights. Your recipient could become the hero of the Ibrox Stadium by saving a crucial penalty, providing a great assist or scoring a stunning last-minute goal. In doing so, they could also be nominated as Man of the Match.
Another fun gift idea is a Spoof Newspaper Headline. Recipients can become Player of the Year, a famous Rangers Old-Timer or the Star Performer in a convincing win against Celtic.