Rangers has become first UK club to provide artificial intelligence solution for blind and visually impaired fans to help them get closer to the action.
A new artificial intelligence solution which can read text, as well as recognise faces and products, is now available to blind and visually impaired fans.
The club has purchased the OrCam MyEye 2 device to help anyone who has difficulty reading printed text, on match days and during stadium tours.
Rangers Health Safety & Access Manager Liz Kay said: “We have become the first club across all the professional leagues in the UK to purchase the OrCam device which is a ground-breaking move.
"The impact it will have on our fans is immeasurable and it makes areas of the club, like stadium tours, inclusive to all. We are excited to put it into use now.”