The Rangers, more than a club

Join the Rangers Supports Trust and take part in club democracy from only £10 per year.

Welcome to the RSTDemocratic, not-for-profit organisation.

Gordon Dinnie

RST Chairman

2010 - Present

The Rangers Supporters Trust has one simple aim: to encourage and facilitate supporters of Rangers FC to buy and hold share in the club in order to influence future decisions.

The future of Rangers must be in the hands of people who care about the club rather than just seeing it as a financial investment.
The long term aim of The Rangers Supporters Trust is to deliver ownership of the club to its loyal supporters.


24 Oct

ULSTER BEARS – A TOWER OF STRENGTH

Official Statement - Posted on October 24, 2014

  A Blog by a BuyRangers subscriber from Ulster Rangers’ fans from Northern Ireland have been travelling across to Scotland for their Rangers fix since 1870s and 1880′ through Ulster Protestant immigrants to Glasgow’s shipbuilding industry according to The Official … Continued

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28 Oct

Shopping Around

Official Statement - Posted on October 28, 2014

The recent article by Buster, the media coverage of the clubs commercial deals and the possibility that our club crest had been mooted as being part of any deal to lend the club money was very concerning. It served to … Continued

04 Sep

RST Statement

Official Statement - Posted on September 04, 2014

Following a meeting of the Rangers Supporters Trust (RST) board we have the following statement to release. As shareholders in Rangers International Football Club (RIFC) we have decided unanimously to partake in the upcoming open offer. This will be carried … Continued

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17 Oct

Coming soon…Ashley and the vanishing revenue

Official Statement - Posted on October 17, 2014

Blog submitted by Buster Mike Ashley has many business interests (including Sports Direct) and they have made him a very wealthy man. When he bought Newcastle United in June 2007 and said “Newcastle attracted me because everyone in England knows … Continued

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17 Oct

Coming soon…Ashley and the vanishing revenue

Official Statement - Posted on October 17, 2014
Blog submitted by Buster Mike Ashley has many business interests (including Sports Direct) and they have made him a very wealthy man. When he bought Newcastle United in June 2007 and said “Newcastle attracted me because everyone in England knows that it has the best fans in football… don’t get me wrong. I did not buy Newcastle to make money. I bought Newcastle because I love football.”....it must have sounded like manna from heaven to the Newcastle support as they may have thought more along the lines of 'Champions L ... Continued