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Glasgow Centre


Officially the world’s friendliest city, you know you’ll be guaranteed a warm welcome in Glasgow, and there is so much to explore and enjoy in this beautiful, vibrant city. No matter when you visit, you’ll find world-class visitor attractions, diverse neighbourhoods, stunning architecture, an ever-evolving food and drink scene and legendary nightlife. The city also has a year-round calendar bursting at the seams with amazing events and festivals and 2018 is set to be bigger and busier than ever!


The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre


The Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre (SECC), Glasgow, is Scotland's premier venue for exhibitions, conferences and events. It offers a total of 22,355 sq m of highly versatile space in five halls ranging in size from 775 sq m to 10,065 sq m. Retractable partition walls make it possible to create halls as large or as small as you wish:shaping the space to suit your requirements exactly. SECC is Scotland's national venue for public events. It's also the UK's largest integrated exhibition and conference centre:a world class facility set in one of Europe's most vibrant cities and only a short journey from some of the most beautiful countryside in the world. SECC is located within easy reach of the major city centre hotels as well as smaller hotels and guest houses in the city's west end.


Rangers Football Club


Rangers Football Club is a football club from Glasgow, Scotland which plays in the Scottish Premier League. It is the first club in the world to win more than 50 league titles. Rangers have won 107 trophies in total, though Linfield hold the world record with 200 trophies. The club's home is the 50,411 all-seated Ibrox Stadium in south west Glasgow. The first team colours are royal blue shirts, white shorts with black and red socks. The club's correct name is simply 'Rangers' although it is sometimes incorrectly called 'Glasgow Rangers'. This frequently happens with English commentators seeking to distinguish between them and other similarly named clubs particularly Queens Park Rangers.


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