Rangers Disabled-Friendly Hospitality


Offering exclusive and affordable hospitality, Rangers are pleased to introduce the Symon Lounge, which will be open solely to supporters with a disability for all Scottish League One home matches throughout the season.

Located in the Govan Stand, the Symon Lounge offers a relaxed environment where guests can enjoy refreshments and view the match through the spectacular glass windows with easy wheelchair access by entering via Argyle House reception ramp and taking the lift to the fourth floor.

Symon Lounge-2The glass fronted lounge allows match viewing directly from where guests are seated with a unique atmosphere in the lounge which is further enhanced by stadium volume control and tv screens for supporters with hearing or sight impairments.

With complimentary tea/coffee, soft drinks and biscuits available pre-match and alcohol available to purchase on a cash basis, it’s the perfect way to relax in style prior to kick-off. At half-time the blinds are lowered so pies and refreshments can be served before raising them again for the second half.  After the match guests can remain in the lounge and enjoy a cash bar for up to an hour before heading home. Parking is available in the Argyle car park up to 90 minutes prior to kick-off or the Albion car park thereafter.

Package summary:

  • Lounge access from 90mins prior to kick-off
  • Cash bar on arrival
  • Complimentary tea/ coffee and biscuits
  • Match viewing from comfort
  • Half-time refreshments
  • Post-match cash bar
  • Matchday programme
  • Car parking
  • Disabled access and toilets

Packages from £45 + vat per person with places allocated on a first come first served basis and are subject to availability.

For more information or to book, please contact our Sales Team via hospitality@rangers.co.uk or by calling 0871 702 1972* (option 2).

*Calls cost 10ppm plus network extras.

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