True Blue Hero Fun Run with Michael Mols!

Mon 6th February 2017

Our True Blue Hero Fun Run is back for 2017 after a fantastic first event last season at Ibrox!  If you would love to get fit, have fun and help your Foundation, then sign up now and take part in a run with one of the most stunning backdrops around – Ibrox Stadium!

The event will take place on Saturday 8 April and includes a 2.5km junior race and 2.5km wheelchair race plus 5k and 10k races. All distances include the chance to run around the trackside at Ibrox, and enjoy the fantastic atmosphere in the company of fellow Rangers fans - and Rangers legend Michael Mols who is also taking part!

Runners can bring their family and friends along with them to cheer them on and all participants will receive a medal and certificate.  Every fan who raises more than £100 in sponsorship will also become a True Blue Hero and will be invited to a special reception at Ibrox to receive a medal from a first team player.  Plus, there are Rangers prizes up for grabs for the top fundraisers and family-friendly activities before and after the event, including Street Soccer and face painting.

It costs just £10 to register (£5 for juniors) and participants are asked to raise a minimum of £50 in sponsorship for the Foundation, helping us support our charity partners and continue our work in the community on behalf of the Rangers family. 

To sign up for the True Blue Hero Fun Run, sponsored by Regis Roofing Supplies, please fill out a registration form and return it to us. If you are paying your registration fee by card, please phone us on 0141 580 8775 to make the payment.  You can also e-mail us with any queries at rangerscharity@rangers.co.uk.

Last season over 200 participants raised over £32,000 to help the Foundation support some great causes and this year we want the event to be even bigger and better! 

Big Thank you to our official Event Sponsor Regis Roofing Supplies and to our Print Sponsor L&S Litho.

 

 

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