Visit: Ibrox Stadium

Get off at Ibrox station, originally named Copland Road, and visit Glasgow Rangers’ Ibrox Stadium [13]. You can arrange a stadium tour, including a visit to the trophy room. And, for the full experience, try to catch a game at the weekend.

If you’re not a football fan you can still admire the beautiful, Grade B listed, red brick facade of the Bill Struth Main Stand on Edmiston Drive. Before settling at Ibrox in 1887 Rangers were based in Glasgow Green (from 1872-1875) then played at two other locations along the Subway route: Kelvinbridge (1875- 1876) and Kinning Park (1876-1887).

To arrange a stadium tour or to book tickets to a match, see the club website:

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  1. …or why not visit one of Glasgow’s hidden architectural and cultural gems – the House for an Art Lover in Bellahouston Park – only a short (12min) walk from Ibrox station where you can view this contemporary interpretation of CR Mackintosh’s competition design from 1901, enjoy a contemporary art exhibition along with a bite to eat in the Art Lovers cafe Gallery…or your kids can play in Glasgow’s funkiest architect/artist designed Grounds for Play…or learn more about the history of the Govan Parish in the soon to open Heritage Centre at the former stableblock…