Playing in royal blue match jerseys, Glasgow Rangers Football Club is one of the biggest teams in Scotland and also a respected team in Europe. The club was founded in 1872 and divides the city of Glasgow into two different camps as they have historically attracted supporters with a Protestant faith and has thus become an intense rivalry with the city's other major team Glasgow Celtic which has a Catholic supporter background. This condition, together with the fact that the team always competes for the domestic titles every season, has contributed to a great prestige between the clubs and intense derby meetings on the football field.
The home games are played by Rangers at Ibrox Stadium, with room for about 51,000 spectators. The nicknames for the team were usually The Gers, The Light Blues or The Teddy Bears. In addition to a large number of domestic titles in the club's trophy cabinet, they also won an international title in 1972, when they won the Cup Winners' Cup.
The club has over the years attracted major players to represent the Rangers. The Dane Brian Laudrup and the Englishman Paul Gascoigne have both contributed to joy and success. But in 1999, supporters got to vote for their absolute favorite. The most popular choice was then John Greig who played as a defender in Rangers throughout his senior career and after that also became coach of the club. His commitment and achievements for the club have later been rewarded with a statue of him outside Ibrox Stadium.
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