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  1. We will be back soon! *All Gift Vouchers purchased are without limit of time* The Gift Voucher reserves a seat on our luxury Parks of Hamilton coach and are valid for any Founders Trail and Ibrox Stadium Tour of your choice (allowing for availability). As we celebrate 55 join us on a journey of discovery back to 1872 when Rangers was just the dream of a group of young kids who gathered on Fleshers Haugh.They had no money,ball or football kit and used a bush on the Glasgow Green as a changing room. The Founders Trail will t
  2. Now that restrictions have been lifted we’ll be delighted to bring the hugely popular Founders Roadshow to your Pub or Club. As we celebrate our 55th Title hear the incredible story of how it all began. We at the Founders Trail are aware that due to time constraint, distance and cost many supporters can't make the journey to Glasgow to join us on the Founders Trail so back in 2014 we launched the Founders Trail Roadshow which is an alternative format which lets us take our wonderful story out to you. The Founders Trail Roadshow tells the story of our Founde
  3. Today two members of the Calderwood RSC laid a wreath and paid their respects on behalf of their club at the recently restored final resting place of David Hill,Rangers Football Club 1875-1884. Remembered Always.
  4. A couple of years ago we located the final resting place of Rangers player David Hill in an East Kilbride cemetery. Restoration work has now been carried out and a memorial plaque placed at the base. David Hill was born in 1858 in Perth. He joined Rangers in 1875 and played with the Club until 1884. He’s pictured here with his Rangers team mates in that iconic photograph from 1877. David went on to become a Scottish Internationalist and gave the club many years of service. David was employed as a Tu
  5. Adults £30 Senior Bluenoses( 65 and over) and Wee Bears ( under 16) £20 +£1 P+P per order Gift Vouchers,which can be purchased here on our website,are posted out by ourselves within 24 hours. https://www.thefounderstrail.co.uk/shop
  6. We’d like to sincerely thank Billy Bittles and Walter” Hammy” Hamilton who have donated the incredible amount of £1690 to the Restoration of Rangers Graves Project,this is an incredible gesture,thank you so much lads. These guys do a lot of hard work for charities and on this occasion chose to donate to the Restoration Project,we’re overwhelmed. We have many restorations to attend to over the coming weeks and this will ensure that our work continues with pace. Thank you. If you’d like to donate to the Restoration Project p
  7. ‘’Thus ended their first match played at the latter end of May 1872 some two months after the inauguration of the club’’. The words of Rangers player William Dunlop from his article The Rangers FC which he wrote so eloquently for the SFA Annual in 1881 using the pen name ‘True Blue’. Rangers Football Club played it’s first ever match 149 years ago this week. Our Club was formed on a spare bit of ground at Fleshers Haugh by a few kids who’d come to Glasgow seeking employment and a better way of life.Their Club ,which they formed for no other
  8. If you’d like to donate to the Restoration Project please use the link here on our website. Every penny helps. PAYPAL LINK. - https://www.paypal.com/sendmoney ***Follow the link and add following email address along with donation – sonsofstruth@aol.co.uk
  9. Many thanks to those who purchased books over the weekend, these will all be posted out tomorrow. https://www.thefounderstrail.co.uk/shop
  10. On the 7th May 1856 our Founder William McBeath was born in the village of Callander. triumvirate crossword Willie’s dad Peter owned a general store on Callander’s Main Street and the family home was above the store which today is The Waverley Hotel. triumvirate crossword William had an older sister Jane and a brother Peter. Another boy was born after William but he like so many other children of the time died in infancy.Tragically, William’s dad Peter McBeath passed in November 1864. Shortly afterwards,his wife took William and his sister Jane
  11. As we celebrate 55 read about how our incredible story began. The dream of a group of kids in a Glasgow public park becomes reality. Only £16.00(+£2.32 P+P).‬ ‪Our copies are all signed by author Gary Ralston. ‬This updated version of the book has a chapter devoted to the Founders Trail. ‪ A must read for all True Blues !‬ ‪Purchase your book here on our website and we’ll post your copy out within 24 hours. https://www.thefounderstrail.co.uk/shop
  12. We will be back soon! *All Gift Vouchers purchased are without limit of time* The Gift Voucher reserves a seat on our luxury Parks of Hamilton coach and are valid for any Founders Trail and Ibrox Stadium Tour of your choice (allowing for availability). As we celebrate 55 join us on a journey of discovery back to 1872 when Rangers was just the dream of a group of young kids who gathered on Fleshers Haugh.They had no money,ball or football kit and used a bush on the Glasgow Green as a changing room. The Founders Trail will t
  13. As we celebrate 55 read about how our incredible story began. The dream of a group of kids in a Glasgow public park becomes reality. Only £16.00(+£2.32 P+P).‬ ‪Our copies are all signed by author Gary Ralston. ‬This updated version of the book has a chapter devoted to the Founders Trail. ‪ A must read for all True Blues !‬ ‪Purchase your book here on our website and we’ll post your copy out within 24 hours. https://www.thefounderstrail.co.uk/shop
  14. If you'd like to donate to the Restoration Project please use this link from our website, every penny counts. PAYPAL LINK. - https://www.paypal.com/sendmoney ***Follow the link and add following email address along with donation – sonsofstruth@aol.co.uk
  15. Alex Vallance gave Rangers many years of great service. He was born on the 18th February 1860 at Shandon on the Gareloch , he died on the 31st August 1898 at Terregles Avenue Glasgow. Alex,who was also the younger brother of Rangers legend Tom, joined Rangers in 1873 when he moved to Glasgow to start his engineering apprenticeship . We have records of Alex keeping goal for the Rangers second eleven when only 14 years of age! Alex would go on to be captain of Rangers and was a player in that first Rangers team to win a Trophy, the Glasgow Mercha
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