The Rangers squad for the upcoming Masters Football tournament has been announced as the club supporters look forward to the unique competition.
Masters Football is a six-a-side indoor football competition based on the UK where players over the age of 35 are selected to represent a club they played for.
Turning out for Rangers at the tournament will be a host of familiar faces as some of the club’s top ex-stars look to lift yet more silverware in the name of the club.
Ex-Man United and Rangers keeper Roy Carroll will play in goal, with former right-back Alan Hutton and Spanish defender Carlos Cuéllar forming the defence.
Ex-Ibrox skipper Barry Ferguson, fellow former captain Lee McCulloch and Portuguese maestro Pedro Mendes make up the midfield.
Dutch striker Michael Mols is also included in the squad, with legendary poacher Kris Boyd turning out up front.
Rangers to face off against Celtic, Man United and Liverpool at Masters Football
These players will face off against other clubs from across the UK in a special tournament with the winners crowned on the day.
The nostalgia is ripping right out of this tournament and it is set to return this summer for the first time for 11 years.
Set to take place at the Braehead Arena on July 8th, expect fireworks to fly and the games to be competitive as these ex-players get together in the hope of lifting the Masters Cup.
Old Firm rivals Celtic are also involved in the games and will take ex-players like Stan Petrov, Kris Commons and Joe Ledley to the Masters Football tournament to play Rangers.
Liverpool and Man United are also set to be involved in the games but at the time of writing the two Premier League sides have yet to announce their teams.