every single day of the working week I pass the famous Bill Struth main stand. and every time I see the red brick façade I get goose bumps. I first visited this stadium in 1988 to attend my first Rangers game, I was 8 years old and I was instantly hooked. over the years Rangers have achieved many highs and suffered many lows but the old Archibald Leitch designed stadium has stood as a signing beacon. inside the main stand is a wealth of history, the Trophy room alone boasts an unrivalled collection of silverware amassed over the years (Rangers are the most successful football club in world football after all!!). Of course I speak with a large helping of bias. the stadium is a wonderful place to visit, tours happen most days which you would have to book. any true football fan would revel in the history of such a spectacular stadium. not only is the stadium home to Rangers fc it also serves as a fitting memorial to the 66 lives that were lost on that fateful day in 1971 when stairway 13 gave way. a statue of John Grieg with a plaque baring the names of the departed stands at the Copland Road end of the stand.
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