Show Racism The Red Card and WIN a Rangers prize for your team!
Thu 22nd October 2020
Join us in saying NO to racism and win your football team a signed Rangers shirt and Stadium print, a coaching session with a Rangers Development coach and the chance for your team to enjoy a tour of Ibrox Stadium!
The Rangers Charity Foundation is part of a European wide Show Racism The Red Card initiative with the European Football For Development Network and we want your grassroots team to get involved.
Support the campaign and have a chance of winning this fantastic prize for your club by downloading our SRTRC posters and information HERE and HERE sharing a picture of your team holding them on social media.
Make sure you follow and tag the Foundation and use the hashtag #DiversityWins in your posts to be in with a chance of winning (you can check our usernames across social media platforms on the image below).
This competition is open to all 16 and under teams and will close in three weeks’ time at noon on Sunday 20 December. One lucky team who has participated will be selected at random to win our top prize, which includes a special coaching session from a Rangers Development coach.
The Rangers jersey and print, signed by the First Team squad, would make a fantastic addition to the dressing room wall or help raise funds for your club, while the tour of Ibrox Stadium for the team is a fantastic outing for the squad. *
We are launching this initiative to coincide with Rangers Show Racism The Red Card UK game this weekend, which sees the First Team show their support for the campaign, its ethos and objectives.
The Foundation’s ongoing work with Show Racism The Red Card Europe, which includes delivering Diversity and Inclusion workshops to over 400 kids in schools, is an important part of our wider, award winning work in the field of Inclusion. Rangers is for Everyone And Anyone!
We’d like to thank the European Football For Development Network, the EU Commission and SRTRC Europe for their support with this project.
*Stadium Tour will take place when it is safe to do so owing to covid restrictions