Rangers and Castore have once again come together to officially launch a new European edition of the club’s home kit for season 22/23.

The updated jersey will include a changed sponsor in UNIBET across the front as well as a Champions League patch on the right arm.

Glasgow Rangers v PSV Eindhoven - UEFA Champions League Play-Off First Leg
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The updated European home kit is available from the Rangers Store online HERE and fans can expect delivery of the item between 26th and 30th September. The jersey costs £75.

Rangers had previously offered fans the chance to update their current kits with the Champions League logo but this European edition will be an exact replica of those worn by players on the upcoming fixtures.

Rangers European kit launch comes at difficult time

The decision to launch this jersey also comes at a very interesting time as Rangers fans get fed up with forking out for the club not to deliver in the transfer market.

Everyone and their dog could see this Rangers team needed strengthening to go to the next level and the boardroom and management have dilly-dallied in the market.

Now, a threadbare Rangers squad decimated by injuries heads into European football without several key players and major doubts already surrounding the seriousness of any title challenge.

It’s a worrying situation for Rangers fans who continue to fork out thousands to follow their team year-upon-year, with the amount the club is draining from the support increasing every single season.

UEFA Europa Champions League Play-off,  2nd leg"PSV Eindhoven v Rangers FC"
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Between a plethora of uncontrolled kit launches, commercial partnerships, European success stories and a succession of record-breaking transfers, there should be cash to spend on improving the squad at Ibrox.

But as things stand the club continues to put a hand out asking for money whilst fan demands and expectations are not being met in the transfer market.

Still, we reckon this European edition might do a little better than a 4th kit that has just officially gone on sale – but not at Rangers.

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