LL RSC - A brief history
The Lanzarote Loyal Rangers Supporters Club was formed early in 2016 so that we Rangers fans living here in Lanzarote could stay (and become even more) connected with our shared passion – the Rangers Football Club. Our RSC is open to all and is officially registered at Ibrox. According to Rangers, our club is already the largest registered club in Europe, outside of the UK.
What we do
Our RSC ́s primary activities (in practice) are to promote the good name of Rangers FC in Lanzarote as well as in the UK, and to connect Rangers to Lanzarote and vice versa. Last year, 2018, we raised money and made upwards of 5000€ contributions to various charities and individual good causes, therefore spreading the good name and reputation of Rangers.
Ways to support us
Whilst our core team here in Lanzarote contribute financially to the RSC monthly and forms a committee to run the club, we also rely on and appreciate additional support from visitors to Bluebells and other sources such as the fantastically-run ́Village Launderette ́ in East Kilbride.
On behalf of the Lanzarote Loyal Rangers Supporters Club and the Famous Bluebells, thank you visiting our site.
Where the money goes
1000€ towards Christmas presents for the kids in the Children ́s Sensory Learning Unit in Arrecife Hospital. This is not common practice in Spain and initially they couldn't understand why we'd want to even do this!
Ongoing financial and fundraising support on behalf of the Rangers Supporters Erskine Appeal
Assistance to the Rangers Founder ́s Trail for restoration of graves.
One off Donations
We support the local hospitals in Glasgow and have recently donated 850€ to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow. We have also donated 200€ to the County Down Rangers Supporters Clubs, Northern Ireland
Annual donations to the Rangers Charity Foundation
Lifetime membership of Club 1872 which aims to support RFC through share-ownership by as many fans as possible
Local Lanzarote Charities
More locally we have also donated to various charities including Cancer-related fundraising, the Lanzarote Kennel Club where pub dug Broxi was once temporarily homed, and The TUI Care Foundation which connects holidaymakers to good causes by fostering education and the wellbeing of children and youth.