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Rangers is more than a football club. Rangers is an institution. Rangers is a family which spans the globe and whose supporters are more loyal and passionate than those any other club can boast.
Rangers’ 144 year history has been exhilarating and proud – filled with unparalleled success but also moments of despair. Throughout it all, the supporters have remained true and are the reason the Club continues to prosper and can now take back its rightful place in Scottish Football’s top flight.
Club 1872 is a cause with one clear and common purpose for all those who hold Rangers dear – to rebuild, maintain and protect the club that supporters across the world love.
Club 1872 exists to ensure Rangers supporters will never again be forced to endure the events which saw our club demoted to the bottom tier of Scottish football. More than that, we want the Rangers supporters to play a central role in once again making Rangers a proud name in both domestic and European football.
We are an independent body of supporters who are committed to ensuring that the fans are placed at the very centre of everything Rangers Football Club does.
A central aim of Club 1872 is to increase the collective supporter shareholding in Rangers International Football Club PLC to a minimum of 25%. This will ensure no major decisions about Rangers can be taken without agreement from Rangers supporters.
In addition, we want Rangers supporters to have a say in how they use their money to rebuild the club. This will come in the form of Club 1872 projects which will allow supporters to decide what their priorities are for investment into Rangers.
We hold community at the heart of our philosophy. We will provide Rangers fans with a forum in which they can engage with like minded fans, debate areas of interest and concern, and moreover, to feel more connected than ever to our club. This community will also ensure Rangers supporters’ reputation and interests are promoted, defended and upheld in the media and across all other communication channels.
Club 1872 is the first united fan group of its type and it presents a win-win for both supporters and Rangers Football Club.
For the first time, a genuine say in the distribution of supporter-contributed funds is possible. Club 1872 has already achieved its short term goal of holding more than 10% of the shares in RIFC. 25% is now a realistic minimum goal with all Rangers supporters uniting behind this concept.
Donate now and be part of the generation that safeguards our great Club for all the future generations still to come.
When you donate to Club 1872 you can choose whether your donations are used to support projects or to acquire shares in Rangers International Football Club PLC (the parent company of the company that owns Rangers Football Club.
You will do so when creating your profile. If you don’t specify a choice, your donation will be split evenly between projects and shares. Donations are collected by Club 1872 Shares Community Interest Company and will then be distributed as follows: 5% will be paid to Club 1872 Limited to meet administrative and marketing expenses, all amounts allocated to shares will be retained by Club 1872 Shares Community Interest Company and all amounts allocated to projects will be paid to Club 1872 Projects CIC. Payments will be distributed monthly.
In respect of payments to Club 1872 Limited and the Projects CIC, Club 1872 Shares Community Interest Company is acting as collection agent only. All future donations from persons signing up from Rangers First and the Rangers Supporters Trust will, after deduction of the expenses to be paid to Club 1872 Limited, be split 50:50 between shares and projects unless the person signing up indicates a contrary preference when completing their profile.
Help us rebuild, maintain and protect the club we love.
In addition to setting up a monthly donation, or if you are unable to commit to monthly payments at this time, you can make a one-off donation to Club 1872.
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