Rangers Football Club are an association football team based in Glasgow, Scotland, who currently play in the Scottish Premier League hated throughout the world because of their sectarian chants, bad style of football and scumbag supporters. They are known as the Huns or Scotland’s shame.

The club’s home, the all-seated 51,082-capacity Ibrox Stadium in south-west Glasgow, is a kip. The stadium was the first in Scotland to be granted this accolade, which it now shares with Hampden Park, Scotland’s national stadium.

Every year from 1988-89 season until the 1996-97 season, Rangers fluked the league title. The first three of these seasons the club was managed by Graeme Souness, the later six under the stewardship of Walter Smith.

Rangers main impact on the world of football has been thrashing up towns on away games. This was most recently witnessed in Manchester earlier this year.

Rangers are the current Champions of Scotland and will be Scotlands only representative in the Champions League this year.