The Foundation has two main service delivery spaces, as well as offices within Argyle House at the Stadium – the Ibrox Community Hub based in the Stadium within Broomloan House, and the Ibrox Community Complex, opposite the Stadium on Edmiston Drive.

The Ibrox Community Complex (ICC) was recently transferred to the Foundation from Glasgow City Council via a long-term lease with the aim of revitalising the facility to create an improved and more sustainable community asset.

Staff help a young person at a computer in the Ibrox Community Hub

The Foundation, backed by Rangers FC, has ambitious plans to upgrade the facility in the long term for the benefit of participants of our community programmes and the local community.

The facility includes an outdoor football pitch, indoor halls and a variety of meeting spaces.

The Ibrox Community Hub hosts a range of employability, health and education projects for both young people and adults. Equipped with a computer suite, break out and social areas, various delivery spaces and a private counselling room, the Hub has been a place of help and support – as well as inspiration – to thousands of children and adults since its inception in 2001.

Programme participants play table tennis in the Ibrox Community Hub

The Hub is staffed by a team dedicated to improving the lives of everyone who come through its doors. The team includes a full-time trauma counsellor, a Youth Work coach from Job Centre Plus and a number of programme delivery specialists.

To find out more about the kind of projects the Foundation delivers in the Hub, visit our community programmes page HERE.

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