British government wade in ahead of potential controversy involving Rangers fans
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British government send special message to Holland bound Rangers fans

The British government have released travel advice to Rangers fans visiting the notorious de Kuip stadium to face Feyenoord in Rotterdam, Holland.

The Government has released the advice so that Rangers fans are well aware of the best ways to keep safe and provide important contact details should anything go wrong.

Rangers are preparing to visit Holland for the match on the 28th of November and given the proximity of Rotterdam to Amsterdam, it’s proving a popular trip.

Rangers fans always travel in their numbers no matter where they go. (Photo by MB Media/Getty Images)

The British travel advice discussing getting to and from the stadium, the address of the British consulate and any other essential health and travel advice for British citizens going to Holland.

If you are making the trip to Amsterdam or Rotterdam this week, please read the advice HERE.

The official number of Ibrox fans making the trip is unknown but there have been reports that some Ibrox fans have bought tickets in the away end [Scottish Sun].

Given the notorious nature of Feyenoord supporters, Rangers fans are being encouraged to be vigilant ahead of the crunch tie.

Should Rangers win in Feyenoord they will be guaranteed a place in the final 32 of the Europa League, whilst a draw could also be enough depending on other results.

Is this the team to get Steven Gerrard a positive result in Rotterdam?. (Photo by PressFocus/MB Media/Getty Images)

Rangers currently sit second in Group G, level on seven points with Young Boys but behind on head-to-heads.

Both Feyenoord and Porto sit on four points with two matches remaining.

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