Details of Europa League fan zone emerge as Rangers head for Seville

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Details of Europa League fan zone emerge as Rangers supporters head for Seville

With as many as 100,000 Rangers fans plotting trips to Seville for next week’s Europa League final a Spanish DJ seems to have let the cat out of the bag when it comes to plans for a fan zone in the city.

Fans are desperate to find out if there will be somewhere for them to watch the game if they aren’t lucky enough to have tickets for the clash with Eintracht Frankfurt.

However a tweet from Spanish DJ Sergio Blázquez confirms his role in a fan zone at a fan zone in Plaza de España in Seville.

With the Germans also expected to descend on Seville in huge numbers, the Spanish city needs to make sure it is well prepared for the huge influx of supporters over the next week.

Hosting the game in a ground with just over 43,000 seats isn’t exactly the best idea to begin with but, UEFA and the city of Seville better get things moving quickly.

Rangers fans stuck at home still waiting on fan zone news too

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As fans heading to Seville appear to get some positive news on fan zones, fans stuck watching at home in Scotland are still waiting for news.

The council elections last week won’t have helped get things sorted quickly but, hopefully, Rangers, Police Scotland and Glasgow City Council can come up with somewhere for fans to go.

Ibrox seems the obvious option but the iconic ground may not even be big enough to cope with the thousands of fans likely to descend on Edmiston Drive next Wednesday either.

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