MisterBlueSky

Females at Ibrox

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I was at a football game in Spain two weeks ago, and was also in Italy late last year to see another match. What I noticed was the amount of women at the matches either on their own, with kids or a partner. I would take a stab and say at least 1 in every 6 was female.

With us wanting to continue our trend and be the most supported club, could we tap into this market and encourage females to attend games? It doesn't mean you have to bring your wife along but, is there potential to fill out more season tickets and matches? It would generate extra income.

Some ideas...

- Upgrading the toilets so women feel comfortable. Maybe include a hairdryer and some perfumes on sale. 

- Bring a female friend to the game and get in half price. Women love going to events in groups. Like a group train ticket discount, this is something we could offer in one of the stands 

- Make one or half of the stand for all females and allow them to drink e.g. 3 drinks per half. Women love to socialise with a glass of rose. Again it would make them feel comfortable with the atmosphere, surrounded by fellow girls.

- A half time event to pass the time e.g. bingo. We do the half time raffle but perhaps a bingo game where we could have an ex player call out numbers could work? £1000 prize. Some special guests could be nominated in advance e.g.Amo as the ladies loved him

- A choice of food e.g. salads or baked potatoes to encourage them to spend money at the game. Not many women at Ibrox eat curry pies etc so this could go down well with a change of menu for the ladies stand.

The extra income would help us invest in the stadium and transfer kitty.

 

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Yes because attendances are the issue at Rangers...

 

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Fuck off ya Pervy beast its bad enough gusset sniffers like you pretend to support us

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Piss take i assume? 

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Plenty of women at the games :headscratch:

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Crap windup or muppet? Sometimes hard to tell these days.

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This thread is going to go just as you expected. 

 

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Free tampons for when they are moaning cows

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5 minutes ago, MisterBlueSky said:

I was at a football game in Spain two weeks ago, and was also in Italy late last year to see another match. What I noticed was the amount of women at the matches either on their own, with kids or a partner. I would take a stab and say at least 1 in every 6 was female.

With us wanting to continue our trend and be the most supported club, could we tap into this market and encourage females to attend games? It doesn't mean you have to bring your wife along but, is there potential to fill out more season tickets and matches? It would generate extra income.

Some ideas...

- Upgrading the toilets so women feel comfortable. Maybe include a hairdryer and some perfumes on sale. 

- Bring a female friend to the game and get in half price. Women love going to events in groups. Like a group train ticket discount, this is something we could offer in one of the stands 

- Make one or half of the stand for all females and allow them to drink e.g. 3 drinks per half. Women love to socialise with a glass of rose. Again it would make them feel comfortable with the atmosphere, surrounded by fellow girls.

- A half time event to pass the time e.g. bingo. We do the half time raffle but perhaps a bingo game where we could have an ex player call out numbers could work? £1000 prize. Some special guests could be nominated in advance e.g.Amo as the ladies loved him

- A choice of food e.g. salads or baked potatoes to encourage them to spend money at the game. Not many women at Ibrox eat curry pies etc so this could go down well with a change of menu for the ladies stand.

The extra income would help us invest in the stadium and transfer kitty.

 

Are you foreign and charge people in the toilets to dry there hands? 

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Wouldny mind the occasional baked potato at the fitbaw, mind. They'd be good for the mhanky games whenever they celebrate in font of us like that as well.

Can we get red wine for the gentlemen as well as rose for the ladies?

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a don't know if your blind or not mate but there is quite a lot of women who go to the games

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14 minutes ago, MisterBlueSky said:

I was at a football game in Spain two weeks ago, and wits also in Italy late last year to see another match. What I noticed was the amount of women at the matches either on their own, with kids or a partner. I would take a stab and say at least 1 in every 6 was female.

With us wanting to continue our trend and be the most supported club, could we tap into this market and encourage females to attend games? It doesn't mean you have to bring your wife along but, is there potential to fill out more season tickets and matches? It would generate extra income.

Some ideas...

- Upgrading the toilets so women feel comfortable. Maybe include a hairdryer and some perfumes on sale. 

- Bring a female friend to the game and get in half price. Women love going to events in groups. Like a group train ticket discount, this is something we could offer in one of the stands 

- Make one or half of the stand for all females and allow them to drink e.g. 3 drinks per half. Women love to socialise with a glass of rose. Again it would make them feel comfortable with the atmosphere, surrounded by fellow girls.

- A half time event to pass the time e.g. bingo. We do the half time raffle but perhaps a bingo game where we could have an ex player call out numbers could work? £1000 prize. Some special guests could be nominated in advance e.g.Amo as the ladies loved him

- A choice of food e.g. salads or baked potatoes to encourage them to spend money at the game. Not many women at Ibrox eat curry pies etc so this could go down well with a change of menu for the ladies stand.

The extra income would help us invest in the stadium and transfer kitty.

 

So are you going to be the one who will tell the guys that they cant go to a game as Where theybused to sit IS to be used for ladies only ? 

Bingo ffs mate why not get Eastenders played on the big tvs during the game while your at IT. To raise cash just put £50 on each season ticket.

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6 minutes ago, Perth_Campsie_Ger said:

Free tampons for when they are moaning cows

That would be too expensiveover a season, maybe just for the Christmas period? 

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1 minute ago, born a blue nose said:

We should get they wee fish tank things too so they could get there feet done too and maybe open up some sort of hairdressers inside the stadium so they can do the things they should be doing rather than following there men to to fitbaw.

Those fish tank jobs are fucking brutal.

Sitting there letting a fish suck your toes. 

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7 minutes ago, watpnosurrender said:

a don't know if your blind or not mate but there is quite a lot of women who go to the games

There are 5 travel IN my motor to every home game and 3 are split arses.

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Aye let's sell Clint Hill's baw-sweat in bottle and pass it off as perfume

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Plenty woman in the govan rear and we're okay with Lentil soup and a roll from McGhee's.

A better DJ is the only thing needed at half time.

 

 

 

 

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Some of the replies on this thread show exactly why woman don't go to football in Scotland as much as other countries. :mutley:

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2 minutes ago, surfsup2 said:

Plenty woman in the govan rear and we're okay with Lentil soup and a roll from McGhee's.

A better DJ is the only thing needed at half time.

 

 

 

 

You sure? I couldn't tempt you with some other patronising suggestions? 

Maybe a free packet of hankies in case we lose a goal?

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