Rangers' SPFL fixtures confirmed for 2022/23
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Rangers' SPFL fixtures confirmed for 2022/23

Rangers will kick off the 2022/23 Scottish Premiership season away to Livingston on July 30 after the SPFL released the fixture list for the new season this morning.

Gio van Bronckhorst’s side make the trip to Livi before facing Kilmarnock at Ibrox in their opening home fixture of the new campaign.

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After the disappointment of losing out on the Premiership title last season, the Light Blues will be looking to go one better this season and regain the league trophy.

The season stops for five weeks in November and December for the World Cup finals in Qatar, with games stopping after the sixteenth round of games and resuming the on December 17 – the day before the World Cup final.

Missing from this year’s calendar is the traditional Boxing Day games, with a full card slated for Christmas Eve instead for the first time since 2016.

The first Old Firm takes place on September 3 at Celtic Park.

Rangers’ SPFL Premiership fixtures for 2022/23

July 30 – Livingston (A)
August 6 – Kilmarnock (H)
August 13 – St Johnstone (H)
August 20 – Hibs (A)
August 27 – Ross County (H)
September 3 – Celtic (A)
September 10 – Aberdeen (A)
September 17 – Dundee United (H)
October 1 – Hearts (A)
October 8 – St Mirren (H)
October 15 – Motherwell (H)
October 22 – Livi (H)
October 29 – Aberdeen (H)
November 5 – St Johnstone (A)
November 9 – Hearts (H)
November 12 – St Mirren (A)
December 17 – Hibs (H)
December 24 – Ross County (A)
December 28 -Motherwell (H)
January 2 – Celtic (H)
January 7 – Dundee United (A)
January 14 – Kilmarnock (A)
January 28 – St Johnstone (H)
February 1 – Hearts (A)
February 4 – Ross County (H)
February 18 – Livi (A)
February 25 – Hibs (A)
March 4 – Kilmarnock (H)
March 18 – Motherwell (A)
April 1 – Dundee United (H)
April 8 – Celtic (A)
April 15 – St Mirren (H)
April 22 – Aberdeen (A)

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