Whether you are going to Ibrox Stadium for a match or for one of the many other events hosted by the stadium, a little forward planning will make sure your visit goes as smoothly as possible.
Ibrox stadium is south of the city centre and although parking is limited on match days, you should have no issue parking in the surrounding streets at other times. There is also a subway station at Ibrox, providing quick connections into the city centre or West End.
Taking a stadium tour offers an access all areas experience at Ibrox and visitors can see the changing rooms, manager's office and trophy room. Tours run three times a day, with only 9am visits available on matchdays. Book in advance to guarantee your spot at peak times.
Some of the high profile matches involving Rangers sell out quickly, especially the famous Old Firm matches. Book tickets online, or visit the ticket centre at Ibrox Stadium to check availability and prices.
Ibrox is close to Glasgow city centre and the many historic buildings and parks which the city has in abundance. If you are thinking about taking in a few of Glasgow's top attractions while you are in the city, here are our top tips.
Just a short distance south of Ibrox stadium is the 146 hectare Pollok Park, named the best park in Europe in 2008. The park is a mix of paved paths and trails suitable for mountain biking or horse riding. At the centre of the park is Pollok House, a National Trust property which is the former home of the estate owner.
Also on the south side of the river Clyde, Scotland Street School allows you to step back in time and experience life at school through the decades from the Victorian era to the 1960s. Special events and workshops run throughout the holiday periods and there is no charge to enter the museum.
One of the newer additions to the list of Glasgow museums is the Riverside Museum, in the Partick area of the town. This museum is dedicated to Glasgow's transport history, with emphasis on the industry which made the Clyde one of the world's biggest shipbuilding cities in the 19th and early 20th centuries.