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The Official Rangers Club Coin is a symbol of loyalty, support and pride.  And you can win one of your own via our new podcast partnership with Zenith Coins.
Official Rangers Coin

You can treasure the Rangers club crest at home or take it with you to Ibrox. This is your Rangers coin for life!

Each gold-plated coin has a unique serial number engraved on the outer rim and comes complete with a Rangers presentation box and Certificate of Authenticity.  Join Rangers Legends and famous Rangers fans such as Ally McCoist, Derek Johnstone, Marvin Andrews, Tom Stoltman, Chef Gordon Ramsay to name a few, and own The Official Rangers Club Coin

To celebrate a new partnership between Zenith and the Gersnet Podcast, you have the chance to win one of two coins via two different methods.

You can either do this via following our Twitter account and RTing/liking the pinned competition post or you can join us on Sunday night's live YouTube broadcast where you'll be able to win another coin via the comments section with the winner's name announced on the broadcast!  Of course there's nothing stopping you doing both....!

The Rangers 150th Anniversary Collection

LIMITED-EDITION - Only 1,872 sets WORLDWIDE

Official Rangers Coin

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to celebrate Rangers Football Clubs’ 150th Anniversary by owning the LIMITED-EDITION historic Rangers coin collection.

Five Iconic milestones of Rangers history forged and set into one collection:

  • The Founding Fathers
  • Ibrox Stadium
  • 1972 European Cup Winners Cup
  • 9 In-a-row
  • 55 League Titles

Don't forget these are limited edition sets so do not miss your chance to obtain one from the latest batch!

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