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Copland Stand Front Tier

Rangers Football Club - Ibrox Stadium, 150 Edmiston Drive, Glasgow, G51 2XD

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COVID-19 Information

  • The information in this section was taken in October 2020.
  • Currently the Main Stand reception is closed and there are no stadium tours running.
  • Opening times for the restaurant are subject to change based on government guidelines. Only bookings are accepted, no walk-ins.
  • There have been no changes to the parking or the Blue Badge parking bays.
  • An external queuing system is in place at the Megastore. Stewards are in place at weekends to limit the number of shoppers in store.
  • All entrances and exits remain the same, however the main reception on Edmiston Drive remains closed.
  • At Argyle House reception there is a sanitising station, in addition to a machine to read your temperature which must be used to gain access.
    Diners are also asked to sanitise their hands on entering Argyle House restaurant.
  • Various wall and floor signage has been added throughout.
  • Signage to ask people to keep to the left on stairs and walkways has also been introduced.
  • A protective screen has been added to the main reception desk in Argyle House.
  • People are asked to use stairs wherever possible.
  • The lifts are limited to one person or one family group only (plus carer where appropriate).
  • Toilet facilities within Argyle House restaurant are restricted to 3 users at any one time.
  • There is a one way system to enter the corridor leading to the toilets with a separate exit.
  • At weekends stewards are in place at the entrance to the Megastore to limit the number of shoppers permitted inside at any one time. The stewards ensure appropriate socially distant external queuing.
  • Face masks are required throughout.
  • When making bookings in the restaurant phone numbers are taken for test and trace and held for the required time set by the Scottish Government guidelines.
    All visitors must sign in at reception in order for the club to contact them should they be required by test and trace.
    In the restaurant diners are asked to scan a QR code to view the menu and payment via contactless is preferred.

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Getting Here

Getting Help and Assistance

  • There is a member of staff available for help and assistance.
  • There is not a/are not steward(s) trained in British Sign Language.
  • The alternative formats documents can be provided in include; audio on request.
  • There is not an assistance dog toilet or toileting area at the venue/nearby.
  • Water bowls for assistance dogs are available.
  • There are mobility aids available.
  • The mobility aids available include wheelchairs.
  • To obtain mobility aids please contact a matchday steward, or the disability matters team.
  • On match days there are 6 access stewards who are located at the designated seating areas.
    The access stewards wear a red high visibility jacket, with the words "Access Buddies" on the back.
  • Stewards receive National Autism Training.
    Stewards receive Dementia Awareness Training.
    Staff receive Visual Impairment Awareness Training.
  • An OrCam reader (shown in photograph 3) glasses attachments that recognises objects and reads information is available for visually impaired people via matchday stewards.
    A ramble arm tag (shown in photograph 4) for visually impaired people, elderly people and people with cognitive disability is available. This allows users to follow a steward or guide with more room available through busy areas.
  • There are different types of hearing assistance systems and headsets available (shown in photographs 1 and 2).
    There are blankets available and waterproof ponchos which cover users and their wheelchair (shown in photographs 5 and 6).
  • Comments View
    • There are various smart cards available to be shown to stewards who will recognise assistance may be required for specific issues including parking, level access and lift, medical and toilet requirements.
    • All of the listed items here are available via the Disability Matters office in Argyle House.

Parking (Non Matchday Parking)

  • Parking View
    • The car park is located around the stadium.
    • The car park type is open air/surface.
    • The car park does not have a height restriction barrier.
    • The car park does not have a barrier control system.
    • The car park surface is tarmac.
    • There is step-free access throughout the car park.
    • There is a/are Blue Badge parking bay(s) available.
    • The Blue Badge bay(s) markings are faded.
    • There is/are 7 designated Blue Badge parking bay(s) within the car park.
    • The dimensions of the designated Blue Badge parking bay(s) surveyed are 470cm x 510cm (15ft 5in x 16ft 9in).
    • There is not a 120cm hatched zone around the Blue Badge parking bay(s).
    • The dimensions of other designated Blue Badge parking bay(s) vary in size.
    • Clearly marked/signposted parent and child parking bays are not available.
    • Standard parking bays are clearly marked.
    • The route from the car park is accessible to a wheelchair user unaided.
    • The stadium is clearly visible from the car park.
  • Comments View
    • All parking spaces are provided on a first come first served basis.
    • The Blue Badge parking bays are located at the front of Argyle House and the Broomloan Stand.
    • There is a parking area for the Ticket Office located opposite the Ticket Office Centre.

Matchday Parking

Outer Concourse

  • There is step free access throughout the outer concourse. 
    The surface of the access roads around the stadium are tarmac. 
    There is a covered walkway along the front of the Broomloan Stand, Copland Stand and Sandy Jardine Stand. 
    The surface of the pavement at the front of these stands is concrete tiles. 
    There are dropped kerbs in places from the access roads to the covered walkway. 
    There are portable ramps available that can be used to overcome the kerbs if needs, please contact a steward for more information. 
    There are some slight and steeps slopes in places around the outer concourse. 
    There is a concrete path that runs along Edmiston Road outside the Bill Struth Main Stand.
  • On matchdays there are food kiosks located at the four corners of the stadium.
    There are programme stalls located around the outer concourse. 
    There is an activity area located to the right as you enter the outer concourse from Edmiston Drive - East Access Point. 
    The Ibrox Memorial is located on the east corner of the Bill Struth Main Stand.
  • There is a stadium plan/map on the concourse.
  • There is a steward/member of staff available for assistance on match days.

Access Point (Gate 4 - Alternative Entrance)

  • Access Point View
    • This information is for the access point located at the front of the Copland Stand.
    • The access point is clearly signed.
    • There is step-free access to the access point.
    • The access point door(s) does/do contrast visually with its immediate surroundings.
    • The door(s) open(s) towards you (pull).
    • The door(s) is/are double width.
    • The door(s) is/are permanently held open.
    • The width of the access point opening is 165cm.
    • There is a steward available for assistance.
  • Access to the Stand Concourse View
    • There is step-free access from the access point to the stand concourse.

Turnstile(s) (Copland Stand Front Tier)

  • Turnstile(s) View
    • This information is for the turnstile(s) located along the front of the Copland Stand.
    • The turnstile(s) used to access the stand is/are 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14.
    • The turnstile(s) is/are clearly signed.
    • The turnstiles are all similar.
    • The turnstile(s) surveyed was/were 5.
    • There is step free access to the turnstile(s) surveyed.
    • The turnstile(s) opening width is 45cm.
    • There is a steward available for assistance.
    • The turnstile(s) can be overcome by using Gate 4 - Alternative Entrance.
  • Access to the Stand Concourse View
    • There is step free access from the turnstile(s), to the stand concourse.


  • Stand View
    • This stand is for home supporters.
    • This stand does not have a dedicated access point for wheelchair users.
    • The stand can be accessed via an alternative access point.
    • The name of the alternative access point is Gate 4 - Alternative Entrance.
    • There are not designated spaces for wheelchair users within this stand.
    • There is step-free access throughout the concourse area(s).
    • The flooring in the concourse area(s) is vinyl/laminate.
    • Clear directional signage is provided in the concourse area(s).
    • The concourse area(s) is/are congested on match days during busy periods (before kick off, just before and during half time and at the end of matches).
    • The colour contrast between the walls and floor in the concourse area(s) is good.
    • Lighting levels in the concourse area(s) are good.
    • There are food and drink counters situated along the concourse area(s).
    • Headsets for audio commentary can be used in this stand.
    • Seating for ambulant supporters is allocated on a match by match basis. There is no specific seating area so please contact the club for more information. The audio commentary for visually impaired supporters is provided by the charity the Rex Blind Parties, for more information about obtaining a headset or information about the Rex Blind Parties please contact the club.
  • Access to the Stand Seating View
    • There is stepped access from the concourse to stand seating.
    • There is/are 9 step(s).
    • The step(s) is/are clearly marked.
    • The height of the step(s) is/are 18cm.
    • There is a/are handrail(s) at the step(s).
    • The handrail(s) is/are on both sides going up.
    • Handrails are at the recommended height (90cm-100cm).
    • Handrails do cover the flight of stairs throughout its length.
    • Handrails are not easy to grip.
    • Handrails do not extend horizontally beyond the first and last steps.
    • Lighting levels at the stairs are good.
    • There is/are 1-15+ clearly marked step(s) to access the rows of seating from here.
  • Stand Facilities View
    • There is not an/are not accessible toilet(s) available within the stand.
    • There are standard toilets available within the stand.
    • There are not ambulant cubicles available in the standard toilets.
    • There is not a separate parent and baby room within the stand.

Food and Drink (Copland Stand Front Tier)

  • The food and drink counter(s) is/are located along the concourse.
  • The food and drink counter(s) is/are clearly signed.
  • There is step free access to the food and drink counter(s).
  • The height of the food and drink counter(s) is/are medium height (77cm - 109cm).
  • There is a low section at some of the food and drink counters with a height of 76cm or below.
  • There is a clear knee recess beneath some of the lowered sections of the food and drink counters.
  • Some of the lowered food and drink counter(s) have a separate queue.
  • There is not a hearing assistance system at the food and drink counter(s).
  • Plastic / takeaway cups are available.
  • Plastic / takeaway cutlery is available.
  • Drinking straws are available.
  • There is a steward available to provide assistance with ordering food and drink.
  • Stewards can assist in taking food and drink to the designated seating area(s).
  • Food and drink can be pre ordered, contact the club before a matchday or speak to a steward on a matchday.