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Prize Draw: Win a tour of Ibrox Stadium for 6 People

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The tour will give you exclusive access to the home dressing room, climb the marble stair-cased Main Stand entrance, the Ibrox trophy room, the Blue Room and run down the tunnel before taking your seat in the dugout.

Who we are fundraising for?

Yorkhill Children’s Foundation provides enhanced medical equipment and resources which benefit sick children and babies who are treated at Yorkhill Hospital and within NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde. These can include innovative medical equipment, improvements in child and family facilities and paediatric research and training Yorkhill Hospital has touched millions of lives since it first opened its doors in 1882. It exists to help sick children get better, yet it does so much more. As the largest children’s hospital in Scotland, Yorkhill has a worldwide reputation for excellence, treating over 150,000 children from across Scotland every year. Yorkhill Hospital is the sole Scottish provider of a number of highly specialised services including cardiac surgery, kidney and bone marrow transplants, paediatric intensive care and endoprosthetic bone replacement. It is also one of the only four UK children’s hospitals with an ECMO machine offering life support for children. Without public support none of this would be possible.

Or you can donate via our Justgiving page [If you choose the latter please email us your name and amount you donated so that we can verify it.] All proceeds go to Yorkhill Hospital.

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scotzine

Andy Muirhead is the Editor of Scotzine and the Scottish Football fanzine FITBA. He is the Scottish Football columnist for The Morning Star and has written for a number of other publications including ESPN, Huffington Post UK, BT Life's a Pitch and has had his work featured in the Daily Record, The Scotsman and the Daily Mail.

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