IT HAS played host to some of the biggest names in football, from Jim Baxter to Lionel Messi. 

Now, you can get your hands on your own Ibrox Stadium – or at least the next best thing – with a miniature replica up for grabs. 

Glasgow Times:

The Rangers Charity Foundation is offering supporters the chance to win the unique creation while donating cash to the worthy cause. 

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Created by American architect David Resnik, the one-of-a-kind model has already proved to be the envy of thousands of Gers fans from across the world

Linda Shields, senior charity and fundraising executive, said: “We at the Foundation are absolutely amazed by David’s miniature stadium and we cannot thank him enough for donating it in support of our work -– all the way from Ohio! 

Glasgow Times:

“From the flood lights, to the Director’s Box and tunnel – it really is a one-of-a-kind!

 “There has already been an amazing reaction from the fans on social media, and we’re delighted to be able to give them all a chance to win the mini Ibrox via our raffle.

 “Every penny raised is going to make a huge difference to the Foundation, as we continue to navigate through what has been a difficult year for all.” 

The miniature replica is approximately 1:1500 scale of the home of Rangers FC and is complete with working floodlights, famous main gates, player tunnel and directors box.

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Built during the course of the last few months, the stadium has been widely shared online on David’s Stadiums for Ants social media account. 

Speaking to us last month, the 38-year-old said: The enthusiasm for this one is unrivalled, which is kind of amazing to me.

“I’ve done quite a few of these, starting with baseball and then football, which I am a huge fan of.

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“I look at a place like Ibrox where they’ve been playing on that pitch for a hundred plus years; that creates a sense of home that can’t be reinstituted somewhere else.” 

The raffle will run until Saturday, October 31, with the winner announced on Monday, November 2. 

Tickets cost £10 for one or £20 for three. 

You can buy them here