As Rangers line up a pretty spectacular schedule of pre-season friendlies ahead of the club’s 150th anniversary year, fans can now purchase a special pass to ensure they don’t miss any of the action.
Whilst supporters will be hoping a decent number of them can return to Ibrox amid a hectic pre-season schedule RangersTV have announced they will be screening all the matches live.
📺 LIVE: RangersTV is the only place showing your team’s matches in pre-season, and a special July Match Pass is now on sale for the remaining five games.
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— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) July 8, 2021
Moreover, the club is offering a special five-match pass for July which means supporters can purchase every game in one go.
Priced at £29.95, the Football Business Awards nominated coverage of RangersTV promises a value for money spectacle ahead of these exciting clashes.
First up for Rangers is Steven Gerrard’s return to Merseyside as he takes a team to face English League Two Tranmere at Prenton Park on Saturday afternoon (10/07/21, 12pm).
The Ibrox club will then host Premier League giants Arsenal at Ibrox a week later in a special 150th Anniversary clash which celebrates historic links between the two clubs (17/07/21, 2pm).
Rangers will then travel to Blackpool only a few days later in a hotly anticipated pre-season clash at Bloomfield Road on Wednesday 21st July at 7pm.
The Ibrox club then faces a busy weekend only a week before the league campaign kicks off, first welcoming Premier League Brighton to Ibrox on Saturday 24th July at 5.30pm.
This is before Steven Gerrard’s side complete their pre-season schedule with a glamour friendly against Spanish giants Real Madrid only a day later (25/07/21, 6pm).
It’s an exciting run of games for the Bears with the bones of £30 good value for money given the stature of the opposition the club has secured and the quality coverage Rangers provide.
But as the club eagerly anticipates the outcome of requests to have more fans in ground for the friendlies, one Scottish Premiership rival has been sadly disappointed by their local council.