Rangers confirm ticket details ahead of historic Malmo FF clash
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Rangers confirm ticket details ahead of historic Malmo FF clash

Rangers have confirmed ticket details for the upcoming Champions League qualifier with Malmo FF as the Gers welcome back a full house to Ibrox for the first time in 17 months.

Rangers are hoping to overturn a 2-1 deficit from the first leg in Sweden and Steven Gerrard has already sent out the rallying cry to supporters.

After Glasgow City Council agreed to the return of a full house, the Ibrox gaffer will get his wish with 50k set to descend on the stadium for the first time since that 3-1 defeat to Bayer Leverkusen in March 2020.

That seems like an age ago but for every Rangers fan, the question is now, ‘how do we get tickets?’

Rangers have cleared this up ahead of the clash and explain everything via their website – the details of which you can view HERE for further clarity.

Season ticket holders at Ibrox Stadium can purchase their own seats from now until Sunday (08/08).

From Monday (09/08) morning, MyGers members will then have an exclusive window to purchase the briefs, from between 9am and 3pm.

From 3pm on Monday, the remaining tickets will then go on public sale as supporters prepare to return to Ibrox for what promises to be a special night of Champions League football.

Hospitality and VIP packages are also available and please click the link above to find out more about these.

Alternatively – if you can’t make it to Ibrox on Tuesday evening for whatever reason – you can watch the game via RangersTV.

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has called on the fans to make a difference for the side against Swedish Champions Malmo FF. (Photo by ANDREAS HILLERGREN/TT News Agency/AFP via Getty Images)

Pay per view of the game is available for £9.99 worldwide with a team of Becky Ives, Neil McCann, Shelley Kerr and Clive Tyldesley covering the match.

Rangers fans are buzzing at the news that they can get back into Ibrox Stadium together and have already heeded Steven Gerrard’s call ahead of the match.