9-in-a-Row star John Brown is a huge supporter of RYDC and he was delighted to welcome recent winners Mark Thomson, Hugh Beaton and Valerie Gray to the stadium.

Union Jackpot tickets cost just £2 and a top prize of up to £5000 is available at every home game with all profit from sales going to the Rangers Academy to help develop talent at the training ground.

Recent Academy graduates like Ross McCausland, Robby McCrorie and Leon King have all benefited from annual RYDC donations and more than £11 million has been provided to date.

Tickets can be bought at Ibrox on matchdays or online HERE in advance (over 18s only) and a total of four Union Jackpot prizes are on offer.

The main prize is up to £5,000, the second is £250, the third is £100 while the final offering is a meal for 2 at Mister Singh’s in Glasgow to the value of £50.

Brown, who is enjoying his new role as a Rangers Ambassador, said: “The Rangers Youth Development Company have donated over £11 million to the Academy since 2002 and that is an incredible amount.

“They deserve enormous credit for all their hard work which supports the Academy and our fans also deserve great credit for backing RYDC every week and subscribing to their products.

“It’s a win-win for everyone involved as the Academy benefits from annual donations and supporters can also scoop major prizes. 

“The Union Jackpot offers a top prize of up to £5k every matchday and that’s a fantastic amount for anyone to come home with after a game.”

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