Rangers fan zone to mark club's 150th anniversary
August 31 2020
Rangers Football Club has brought forward plans to erect a purpose-built fan zone, incorporating a club museum, cafe, venue and retail over two floors.
Replacing the current Edmiston House the facility is intended to provide a pre and post-match experience for fans while providing an all-year events space for up to 1,300 people.
Managing director, Stewart Robertson, said: "The demolition of the existing Edmiston House this autumn permits the re-orientation of the new building towards the axis of the stadium, and closer to Edmiston Drive.
"We ensured the building was designed to complement, but not compete with, our iconic stadium. The internals on the ground floor can be easily adapted, and the spaces can accommodate many types of functions and events."
Rangers are working to ensure that the venue will be up and running by the first half of 2022, in time for the club's 150th anniversary.
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