The Objectives

  • We will spend all profits by Purchasing tickets and donations to the Rangers Fighting Fund.
  • All funds raised will be used to purchase tickets for home games any additional cash will go directly to the Rangers Fighting Fund.
  • We will donate all tickets to children's groups and charities

Payment & Delivery

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  • We aim to deliver the scarves BEFORE every home or away game
  • We deliver worldwide via Royal Mail

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Red & Black Scarf

Help Rangers by buying our custom made scarf. All profits (over £7.50) will go to the club – Buy it now!

 

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Buy a Scarf and Help

100% of the profits for this scarf will go to buying up tickets for Rangers’ home games giving our club much needed revenue!

100% of the profits will go directly to Rangers

We will be giving the tickets away to children’s charities, schools, football clubs, BBs, etc. Any additional funds will go directly to Rangers Fighting Fund. In NO way will the Red and Black Scarf Campaign profit from this!

Why buy our Scarf

Right now our great club needs to find some new revenue streams. Our aim to is sell our Red and Black scarf and divert all profits to buying tickets for future home games at Ibrox. All tickets purchased with will go to children’s charities, schools, football clubs, BBs, etc, to allow kids to visit Ibrox and enjoy a great day out. Any additional funds will go directly to Rangers Fighting Fund.

  • We aim to deliver BEFORE every home or away game!
  • We deliver worldwide via Royal Mail
  • The administrators have stated there is a shortfall in income to expenditure of £1m per month
  • The players’ have played their part in cutting expenditure by accepting a 75% wage cut
  • The best way to increase revenue between now and the end of the season is to sell out Ibrox Stadium every home game
  • All profits will go towards ensuring that Ibrox is full to capacity
  • Any additional funds will go directly to Rangers Fighting Fund
  • Goodwill to charities, schools, Boys Brigade, etc. And encourage the next generation of Rangers fans to follow their team
  • 100% of the profits will go directly to Rangers

Who will benefit from this Fund

100% of the funds generated through the purchasing of the Red and Black scarves will go towards buying tickets for future home games. The tickets will then be given to children’s charities, schools, football clubs, BBs, etc, throughout Glasgow.

  • 100% of the profits will go towards buying Rangers Tickets
  • Tickets will be given to school headmasters
  • ny surplus cash will be used to purchase Rising Star tickets at the last match of the season.
  • We will spend all funds raised on Purchasing tickets

“100% of the profits will go to help Save Rangers, your support is needed!”

Why Red & Black

The reasons for the colours Red and Black: It’s a deviation away from the traditional Rangers (Red, White & Blue) colours, however, we are still retaining a close link to the club: The Red and Black, as I’m sure you will already be aware of, is the traditional colours of our home socks. The colours are also represented in the ancient borough of Govan and will represent the unity and defiance amongst the fans that we have shown over the last few weeks.

The Rangers reserve (or ‘A’) team – originally known as the Swifts – are Scotland’s most successful reserve team. Their colours were red and black vertical strips (ala AC Milan) which represented Govan.

  • Colours of Govan Borough which inspired the world famous style of Rangers socks
  • We all have a Red, White and Blue scarf, so for the campaign to be successful, we thought something different was required
  • To sell red & black scarves and raise cash for Rangers
  • Spend all funds raised by Purchasing tickets
  • We aim to deliver BEFORE every home or away game
  • We delivery worldwide via Royal Mail
  • 100% of the profits will go directly to Rangers

“Nihil Sine Labor” sign – which is Govan’s motto and reads: “nothing without work” – which echo’s an early Rangers motto – Aye Work Awa’