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We will be open from 11am for tomorrow’s home league match and we would love to see a busy and noisy Ibrox to cheer the team on to victory.

Renowned for our quick service and great pints, our staff will ensure you never have to wait long to get a drink. We also provide free rolls, free pies, an atmosphere second to none, and for clarification – we don’t and never have had a cover charge or tickets for a Rangers Match.

All Rangers supporters are welcome.

Situated across from Ibrox Subway Station, there is easy access to and from all city destinations. Although not completely finished, the outside drinking and smoking area will be available to enjoy our wonderful climate. We also have a bottle bar there that will get those in the beer garden served in no time.

In addition to the premier pre-match atmosphere we will be showing live football games on our six 60” full HD televisions in the bar area and five big screen televisions in the lounge area for an ideal sports event viewing experience.

Sheffield Wednesday v Nottingham Forest

Championship

12:15

Sky Sports 1 / Sky Sports 1 HD

Burnley v Man Utd

Premier League

12:45

BT Sport 1 / BT Sport 1 HD

Everton v Chelsea

Premier League

17:30

Sky Sports 1 / Sky Sports 1 HD

Strictly 18s and Over

Come in for The Premier Rangers Supporters’ Matchday Experience in The Quintessential Rangers Supporters Pub.

Upcoming Events including Q&A with Mark Walters & Graham Roberts, and Ray Wilkins!

Check out www.thelouden.co.uk/events.html

One Rangers… No Factions – www.thelouden.co.uk @TheLoudenTavern

We Are The People

God Bless The Rangers

The Louden Tavern: Ibrox Stadium - More than a Pub

*We are responsible for The Louden Tavern: Ibrox Stadium, 111 Copland Road, Ibrox, G51 2SL solely and are not involved in the operation of any other premises

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Only place to be pre-match :cheers:

I understand the law now-a-days is fairly strict but the lads on the doors need to use a bit of common sense when ID'ing people. My big mate is 32, around 6ft and looks about 35 and one of the doormen clearly younger than him asked to see his ID. He didn't have any on him meaning we had to skip the boozer.

This was before the Hibs game

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Only place to be pre-match :cheers:

I understand the law now-a-days is fairly strict but the lads on the doors need to use a bit of common sense when ID'ing people. My big mate is 32, around 6ft and looks about 35 and one of the doormen clearly younger than him asked to see his ID. He didn't have any on him meaning we had to skip the boozer.

This was before the Hibs game

If you get a problem at the door lads ask for Robert - the lads on the door are just trying to do their job but sometimes it can be a bit ott (we always try and remind them that they aren't working on a nightclub door) but generally speaking the lads do a good job.

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