RANGERS fans have the chance to net a unique piece of football memorabilia – a miniature Ibrox Stadium created to mark the club’s 55th league title.

Supporters can get their hands on the one-of-a-kind model, which will be signed by manager Steven Gerrard and captain James Tavernier, in a new charity raffle.

Complete with working floodlights, the famous main gates, tunnel and directors’ box, the specially commissioned version celebrates the historic achievement of the Light Blues this season, while coining cash for the team’s Charity Foundation.

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It has been built by American architect David Resnik, whose mini Ibrox last year proved a smash hit with fans and was also raffled off to support good causes. 

David, who runs Stadiums for Ants, said: “I don’t really feel like this is a contribution to Rangers history... more like a thank you to the fans who have been so kind and welcoming to me.

“Of course, it’s lovely to be able to put my works in the public sphere, but this one in particular comes from a place of gratitude.

Glasgow Times: Russell Sneddon was the lucky winner of David's previous model Russell Sneddon was the lucky winner of David's previous model  

“It’s been such a wonderful season and I really just wanted to find a little way to help the celebrations. For me personally, I just think it’s incredible that the manager and captain have agreed to autograph it for the winner.  That is something I never imagined would be possible, and it’s down to the wonderful people in charge at the charity who made that happen.” 

The model, approximately a 1:1500 scale of the Govan home of the Light Blues, will be the main prize in the Rangers Charity Foundation’s 55 Champions Raffle. Other top items include a 2020/21 framed shirt signed by the Rangers first team and a framed photo of Ibrox Stadium signed by the team.

Tickets are on sale now for £10, or three for £20.

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Linda Shields, Rangers Charity Foundation senior charity executive, said: “Taking part in the raffle is an ideal way for fans to have a chance of securing a piece of history and supporting our work with a range of charity partners and in the local community at the same time.”

The 55 Champions Raffle will close at 5pm on Saturday, June 5, and winners will be drawn on Monday, June 7.

Visit here to enter.