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Representing over 145 Rangers Supporters Clubs and equating to over 8,000 supporters, the Rangers FC Supporters Association will confidently and professionally provide a coherent, strong, and united voice. ensuring that our member clubs voices are not only heard on the stands of Ibrox park, but also in the board room of our beloved Rangers Football Club.
The Rangers FC Supporters Association was founded in 1946 in Glasgow to promote, support and advocate for Rangers Supporters Clubs across the United Kingdom and further afield
THE RANGERS FC SUPPORTERS ASSOCIATION - FOR THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, WE ARE THE PEOPLE.
We are the oldest and largest democratic and independent Rangers Supporters Group worldwide, run by unpaid volunteers whose focus is on operational issues associated with the running of a Rangers Supporters Club. The Rangers FC Supporters Association Regular meetings with directors of Rangers Football Club to convey the feedback from the member clubs. The Association’s goals include promoting closer and efficient interaction amongst Rangers Supporters Clubs including operational and social functions.
Long before Rangers Supporters Clubs existed in the form as we recognise them today, Rangers supporters still congregated and left together to travel to Ibrox Park from all over Glasgow on horse drawn carts. Flags and banners were proudly displayed as the Brake Clubs made their way through the streets of Glasgow. Travelling to football matches in large groups is Part of the Rangers culture and Rangers Supporters Clubs are ensuring this tradition continues. With social, financial and environmental benefits, Rangers Supporter Clubs continue to offer modern supporters this fantastic service, which gives everyone involved with The Rangers FC Supporters Association an immense source of pride.
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For over 75 years, the Rangers FC Supporters Club Executive Committee have met on a regular basis. Meetings originally took place in Glasgow City Centre before moving to premises in the Gorbals Area of Glasgow, then onto premises in Rutland Crescent, Glasgow before moving in 1972 to a purpose-built Office and Social Club at 250 Edmiston Drive, Glasgow which was officially opened by George Brown who was a Rangers Director at that time.
Rangers Supporters Clubs have been a constant throughout our illustrious history, they continue to provide a means for supporters across the country to travel home and away to support our team. Not only in our largest cities, but also in our towns and villages, RSCs play an important part in the social and community life of these places, and at a time when football in general is becoming more and more corporate, protecting this most vital and active part of our club is vital.