The Rangers Charity Foundation (RCF) is holding a foodbank collection ahead of Saturday’s game against Ross County at Ibrox.

The club's charitable arm is linking up with Fans Supporting Foodbanks to collect food and other necessities to give to local charities and organisation in the community.

Volunteers will be collecting food from 12pm till 3pm at the Broomloan Stand, across from the Blue Gates.

The items will be passed onto four Glasgow foodbanks and charties including The Crookston Community Group, Kindness, The Trussell Trust and Refuweegee.

Connal Cochrane, foundation director of Rangers Charity Foundation, said: “It is important for us, on behalf of the Rangers Family, to be able to give people a helping hand through this initiative.

“When prices are rising so quickly at the moment, I am glad the Foundation is able to organise this collection for people in local communities who may be struggling.”

Some of the items fans can hand in for collection include pasta, rice, crisps, cleaning and shaving products, baby products such as nappies, tinned foods, coffee, tea and more.

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Mr Cochrane added: “We have been overwhelmed over the last few seasons by the quantity of food donated at our matchday collections.

“These are challenging times for many people, (so) if you do feel able to donate and bring along a few groceries on Saturday, this will be so appreciated by those in need in our local communities.”