IT has played host to some of the biggest names in football, from Lionel Messi to Davie Cooper. 

Now, a new replica is bringing Ibrox Stadium to life on a much smaller scale. 

The home of Rangers is coming together in a miniature version of the famous old Govan ground, boasting the park's iconic features. 

The Bill Struth Main Stand and its instantly recognisible red brick walls lead the way in the fun design, with early pictures being revealed on the Stadiums for Ants online account. 

It hasn't taken long for Gers fans to show their appreciation for the handiwork, with hundreds liking and sharing the images on social media. 

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One wrote: "Top drawer, looking forward the end result." 

Another added: "Really starting to take shape. Can’t wait to see it with 50,000 ants. It’ll be buzzing." 

One said: "Absolutely stunning, sir." 

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Launched by American architect David Resnik, Stadium for Ants has brought some of the world's most iconic stadiums to life, from baseball parks to Manchester United's Old Trafford.