Rangers have confirmed details of the club’s MyGers training day as an Ibrox legend returns to the club and thousands prepare to descend on Ibrox.
The Gers are opening the stadium’s doors to supporters this morning as fans are invited to a special training day where they can see the players put through their paces at the ground.
This comes as a reward to supporters on the MyGers membership scheme and the club have also confirmed a range of activities around the day.
Presented in association with Vitality, the session is completely free to members with the Ibrox turnstiles opening at 11am.
There will be entertainment for supporters in the run up to the session with international DJ David Forbes playing alongside balloon artists, kids entertainers, giveaways and soccer activities.
The kiosks will be open for refreshments whilst the club’s restaurant will also have a special MyGers membership aimed at families and young children.
To top it all off, Kris Boyd and BT Sport presenter Darrell Currie will also be at the stadium as special guest presenters whilst 9IAR legend Ian Durrant will be a special guest.
There will also be interviews with the club’s coaching staff and first team in what promises to be a special day for all the family.
Kris Boyd & Darrell Currie will be the special guest presenters of the MyGers open training session at Ibrox, with turnstiles opening at 11am on Thursday.
You will also hear interviews with the manager, coaching staff, first team stars and special guest, Ian Durrant!
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There’s still time to register an interest and you can do so by securing tickets on the Rangers website HERE.
It’s fun for all the family and we hope everyone who attends the special day has an amazing time seeing their heroes being put through their paces.
Meanwhile, one Rangers star is likely not be involved in the open training session as he has been forced into Covid-19 isolation.