Rangers announce ticket details for UEFA Youth fixture at home of rivals
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Rangers announce ticket details for UEFA Youth fixture at home of rivals

Rangers have announced ticket details for the rearranged UEFA Youth League clash between the club’s U19s and their Napoli equivalents.

After Rangers’ Champions League clash with Serie A leaders Napoli was moved forward 24 hours to accommodate the Queen’s funeral cortege, the U19s clash was moved too.

With the top team now playing Napoli on the 14th of September at 8pm, the young bears will play their match against on the same day at 2pm.

The game will be played at Firhill – the home of Glasgow rivals Partick Thistle – and tickets begin at £3.

“Tickets are now on sale for Rangers’ rearranged UEFA Youth League match with SSC Napoli at Firhill on Wednesday,” reads a Rangers statement.

“The match kicks-off at 2pm, and provides the perfect warm-up for the first-team match at Ibrox later in the day.

“Indeed, the kick off time and venue were selected to hopefully allow as many supporters as possible to attend both games and create a great atmosphere and backing for our young players.

“Tickets are priced just £7 for adults and £3 for concessions and can be purchased HERE.”

Rangers U19s to face Napoli in UEFA Youth League

Fans can get along to cheer on the Rangers U19s as they look to follow up on their impressive opener against the world-renowned Ajax youth team.

The Dutch giants might’ve skelped Rangers a healthy 4-0 in the Netherlands but the Ibrox side’s youth team put up something more of a fight despite eventually losing the game 2-1.

Ajax’s youth set-up is regarded as amongst the best in the world and it says something that the Rangers kids managed to go toe to toe with them in their own backyard.

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The Napoli youth team also suffered a 2-1 defeat in their open UEFA Youth League fixture, with Liverpool picking up three points on the road.

Rangers will now be hoping home advantage can spur them on to victory with fans technically able to pop to the clash in north Glasgow and then to the big game in Govan later on in the day.

Meanwhile, Rangers have been sending a series of tributes after the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II last week.