Fine Art Prints from Rangers Football Club
Rangers v Celtic - Scottish Premiership - Ibrox Stadium
Rangers Scott Arfield does the Broonie to Celtic captain Scott Brown during the Scottish Premiership match at Ibrox, Glasgow
Rangers Football Club is a Scottish professional football club based in the Govan district of Glasgow
Media ID 18328157
© Kirk ORourke
21"x14" (+3" Border) Fine Art Print
Experience the passion and intensity of the Old Firm Derby with our Fine Art Print of Rangers v Celtic at Ibrox Stadium. Captured by acclaimed sports photographer Kirk O'Rourke from Rangers Football Club, this print showcases a pivotal moment in the Scottish Premiership match between Rangers' Scott Arfield and Celtic's Scott Brown. Add this stunning piece to your collection and bring the thrill of the game into your home or office.
21x14 image printed on 27x20 Fine Art Rag Paper with 3" (76mm) white border. Our Fine Art Prints are printed on 300gsm 100% acid free, PH neutral paper with archival properties. This printing method is used by museums and art collections to exhibit photographs and art reproductions.
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Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 53.3cm x 35.5cm (21" x 14")
Estimated Product Size is 68.6cm x 50.8cm (27" x 20")
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In this print captured by Kirk O'Rourke, the intensity of one of football's most fierce rivalries is vividly portrayed. The image showcases a momentous clash between Rangers and Celtic in the Scottish Premiership at Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow. As the two teams battle it out on the pitch, emotions run high and tensions reach their peak.
The focal point of this snapshot captures Rangers' Scott Arfield engaging in an iconic gesture known as "the Broonie" towards Celtic captain Scott Brown. This symbolic move represents a show of defiance and determination from Arfield, epitomizing the passion that fuels these historic encounters.
Ibrox Stadium serves as an electric backdrop to this enthralling spectacle. Its grandstands are filled with devoted fans who have come to witness every heart-stopping moment unfold before their eyes. The atmosphere is charged with anticipation as both sets of supporters eagerly cheer on their beloved teams.
This photograph also holds significance beyond just capturing a single match. It reminds us of Rangers' triumphs in previous years, specifically highlighting their Scottish Cup victory in 2003 – a testament to their rich history and success within Scottish football.
Kirk O'Rourke's expert lens work beautifully encapsulates all aspects of this thrilling encounter – from the players' unwavering commitment to each team's loyal fanbase united by unwavering support for their respective clubs.
Whether you're a soccer enthusiast or simply appreciate breathtaking action shots, this print perfectly embodies the essence and excitement that defines not only "the Old Firm" rivalry but also the sport itself.
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