Inspirational Rangers fans raised more than £20,000 for charity after taking part in a 'Ibrox Stair Challenge'.

Over 150 supporters took part in the eventon Saturday, climbing every stair of all four stands of Rangers' stadium - the the equivalent of walking up and down the Empire State Building.

The group then finished by completing Ibrox's famous marble staircase.

Rangers legend, Mark Hateley, was on hand to present everyone who took part in the event with a special certificate in the Members Lounge.

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All of the money raised will go to the Rangers Charity Foundation.

Kim Scott, who completed the challenge with a group of friends, said: "It was amazing, absolutely amazing – I’m exhausted but feeling good!

“I wanted to sign-up because I come here on a Tuesday night to train with the Foundation’s coaches and a bunch of girls, so we wanted to all come together and give back."

John, who used the Ibrox Stair Challenge to mark his 40th birthday, added: "It was good fun today – I’m usually a cyclist so it was a nice change. I don’t feel too bad now but definitely ready for some lunch.

“For me, the best part was when I reached the top of the Broomloan stand - I used to have a season ticket up there, so it was nice to be back."

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Linda Shields, Senior Community Executive at the club, added: "What a way to kick-start our fundraising events for this season!

"We were blown away by the amount of people who gave up their Saturday morning to push themselves for charity. Everyone was full of positive energy and we’d like to thank all who took part, or donated.

"Every penny raised will help us continue to act as a force for good on behalf of the Rangers Family – including our community programmes, which will support over 10,500 people this season.”